Cincinnati-Tulsa postponed attributable to Bearcats’ COVID-19 points
No. eight Cincinnati’s recreation at Tulsa on Saturday has been postponed due to constructive COVID-19 checks amongst Bearcats gamers.
The American Athletic Convention introduced Thursday the sport is being rescheduled for Dec. 5.
The variety of gamers who’ve examined constructive or have been quarantined via contact tracing has not been revealed by Cincinnati. The college has not been making these numbers public all through its testing of athletes.
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Cincinnati is subsequent scheduled to play Oct. 24 at No. 17 SMU.
General, it’s the main school fifth recreation that had been slated to be performed this week to be rescheduled, and the fourth since Sunday. The Southeastern Convention has referred to as off two video games, together with LSU at No. 10 Florida, the primary postponements within the league because it started Sept. 26.
The SEC was additionally rocked this week by the information that Alabama coach Nick Saban examined constructive for the virus forward of the second-ranked Crimson Tide’s showdown at house with No. three Georgia. Saban stated Wednesday he didn’t have signs. He’s unlikely to teach Saturday in opposition to Georgia.
The variety of video games involving FBS groups to be postponed and canceled since Aug. 26 is now 30.
Tulsa has had three video games postponed, together with its opener in opposition to Oklahoma State, which it was capable of make up. The Golden Hurricane have performed solely twice this season.
“I’m upset, first, for our soccer student-athletes and coaches, and clearly for our workers who has ready so diligently, our campus and the town of Tulsa,” Tulsa athletic director Rick Dickson stated. “This TU Homecoming recreation was an incredible alternative to showcase our soccer program, the group and the American Athletic Convention in opposition to the nation’s No. eight group.”