Alabama head coach Nick Saban has tested positive for Coronavirus again, and he will not be permitted to coach in Saturday’s Iron Bowl matchup against No.22 Auburn.
The Alabama Crimson Tide are currently ranked No.1 in the College Football Playoff standings with an undefeated record (7-0).
Saban tested positive last month before the Alabama-Georgia matchup, but he was asymptomatic and allowed to coach in the game. He was required to produce three negative Coronavirus tests 24-hours apart to clear the NCAA protocol.
Saban’s first positive COVID-19 test is believed to have been a false positive, but his most recent positive test appears to be legit.
He is required to isolate “for at least 10 days” from the onset of symptoms. According to team doctors, Saban has “very mild symptoms.”
To be honest, I don’t think these doctors know the truth about Rona!
I’m not sure what Nick Saban, 69, is doing out here in these streets, but he needs to make sure he starts taking the proper precautions because that Rona Monster is locked in on him.
It’s going to be interesting to see how Alabama plays this Saturday without their head coach on the sideline.
Do you think Alabama will still win even though their head coach will not be on the sideline with the team?
Source: Bleacher Report