SEC tells football players positive coronavirus tests on all teams ‘a given’

SEC football players raised concerns about the upcoming football season during a call with conference officials and members of the conference’s medical advisory board on Wednesday, according to a recording obtained by The Washington Post.

The video conference, which was supposed to be confidential, came the day before the SEC announced its plans to push back the start of its football season to Sept. 26 and featured a number of players from the Student-Athlete Leadership Council expressing their fear of competing during the coronavirus pandemic.


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