Kansas State shuts down football workouts after positive COVID-19 tests, LSU reportedly has 'at least 30' in quarantine
Kansas State has paused all workouts for football players as positive COVID-19 tests have increased at the university. The school announced Saturday that, as of June 19, 14 of the 130 athletes tested have tested positive. As a result, the school has paused football workouts for a period of 14 days.
Saturday, June 20, 2020
Wildcat Coronavirus Outbreak Sparks Football Workout Crackdown At K-State
It's looking like college football will likely have to take a pause this season . . . Here's a local indication that some schools don't have pandemic under control . . . Checkit: