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Florida's Dan Mullen spoke on the SEC Coaches Teleconference Wednesday morning and talked about the COVID-19 outbreak on the team, which includes two assistant coaches that were asymptomatic.

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I bet he’s regretting that post-game melt on Saturday. I hope everyone stays safe and recovers.
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Karma is a bitch Cousin Eddie.
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Karma from their crap they pulled a few years ago. Just cancel the game, and whole season for that matter. See u next year for a fresh start, and hopefully without Pelini.
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If tests were revealed Sunday or Monday then there's no way the SEC can let this game be played. Assistant coaches are interacting with everyone, especially at Saturday's game. There won't be any definitive answer till at least early next week on home many players who were exposed will test positive. LSU should demand the game be moved. It's a legit reason and so what if it means our injured qb gets extra time to heal, and the defense gets more time to work out issues? It's a Covid World and LSU is just living in it.
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Might as well postpone Brennan is doubtful anyway for this game
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There is fear in their jorts.
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This suck
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I am SHOCKED (not) poor UF wants tp postpone
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They should have to forfeit.
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Odd that zero NFL teams have had to do this. The dominoes are falling. It feels like the season will eventually be canceled.
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May want to check your facts, homey
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Why? It is the 2nd SEC game that would be cancelled.
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UForfeit
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