AP News: While the Pac-12 will soon be able to rapidly test athletes, hopes that a fall football season might be salvaged remain premature.
Navigating the coronavirus has been uneven among the league’s athletic programs, often because of a patchwork of local regulations. There is also disagreement about whether test results among student-athletes should be made public.
Hopes that a fall football season might be salvaged in the Pac-12 remain premature despite the conference's recent announcement of an ability to rapidly test athletes.
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