The game between Wisconsin and Nebraska was called off after the Badgers announced the closure of team activities for the next seven days due to several players and staff who tested positive for COVID -19
« Wednesday morning (oct 28), a total of 12 people within the Wisconsin football program had tested positive for COVID-19 in the past five days.This figure includes six student-athletes and six staff, including head coach Paul Chryst «
The team said that over the past five days, 12 program members (six players and six staff, including head coach Paul Chryst) have tested positive The game will be judged « without competition « and will not be invented later, given the constraints of the Big Ten’s reduced schedule following the coronavirus pandemic
Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz had his second positive test on Tuesday, meaning he won’t be able to play for at least 21 days, according to conference protocol Mertz has only played one game so far this season, completing 20 of 21 passes for 248 yards and five touchdowns Now he will likely miss several games for the Badgers this season, if the team manages to limit the epidemic and return to the field
Blake Harper is a New York-based writer He is from San Diego and is one of the few remaining Chargers fans He doesn’t believe in ties and loves elaborate celebrations Follow him on Twitter @beezyharps
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