ESPN's Tom Rinaldi Details The Scene When Nick Saban Tested Positive
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ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi was in Tuscaloosa all week through the whirlwind of Alabama head coach Nick Saban testing positive on Wednesday to testing negative right before game time on Saturday...

“It was a wild week, last week, obviously,” Rinaldi said as a guest on ESPN Radio’s Keyshawn, JWill and Zubin. “From Wednesday, being with him in the adjacent staff room, to his office when the door opened and Jeff Allen popped in, ushered coach out, and we then knew what happened. He then left the facility immediately, told that he had tested positive. Over the next three days, five separate tests to two different labs, all while 240 other tests given to players and staff came back negative.”

(The Spun)
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We are hearing about these false positives quite often in the sports world. Of course this is happening all over the world but out here it's just another case of covid to keep the numbers climbing. So much bs and so little time.
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When the election is over we will see these bogus tests will magically no longer be the standard of care.
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Who really cares about this?
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Who gives a frick
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