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Multiple sources are reporting that Notre Dame will no longer be traveling to Baton Rouge this weekend due to Covid-19 issues with the team.

The Irish had games scheduled at Alex Box Stadium against Louisiana Tech on Saturday and vs. LSU on Sunday.

The Tigers will now play Air Force twice this weekend. LSU has confirmed the report:

BATON ROUGE, La. -- Due to COVID issues within its team, Notre Dame will not be traveling to Baton Rouge this weekend for the games it was scheduled to play in Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.

LSU was scheduled to face Notre Dame on Sunday, so the Tigers will now meet Air Force at 12 p.m. CT Sunday.

LSU opens the season at 1 p.m. Saturday versus Air Force, and the Tigers will take on Louisiana Tech at 6:30 p.m. Monday to conclude the opening series.

All three games may be heard on the LSU Sports Radio Network, and they may be viewed online on SEC Network +.

Official for Notre Dame:

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When is the country going to move on from this nonsense?
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No chest?
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What a bunch of little bitches. They should be used to some cold weather
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Frightened Irish?
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Liberals everywhere sigh with relief.
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Abundance of caution? All they need to do is wear 2 masks duh.
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Paul M. is scared to play LA Tech twice!
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