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Former LSU Baseball coach and Athletic Director Skip Bertman has been hospitalized due to the rhinovirus, according to Jacques Doucet with WAFB.

Bertman is 82-years old.
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BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - LSU legend Skip Bertman is currently in the hospital fighting the rhinovirus. Bertman tells WAFB’s Jacques Doucet he does not have COVID-19 or pneumonia.

He checked into the emergency ward Tuesday, Dec. 1 around 11 p.m. Doctors are being extra cautious, and Bertman says he may remain in the hospital for a few days.
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Get well
Reply2 months
Get well Coach!
Reply2 months
Prayers for a quick recovery Coach Bertman! May God bless you sir!
Reply2 months
A prayer for healing.
Reply2 months
Did they run out of gorilla viruses?
Reply2 months
One Baton Rouge, better together!
Reply2 months
This frickin year I swear
Reply2 months
People get hospitalized over a cold?
Reply2 months
When ur 83 the answer is yes
2 months
What kind of disingenuous bull shite reporting is this? So he literally has the common cold, but they’re referring to it as “the” rhinovirus to sensationalize it and make it seem worse than it actually is? The media is unbearable
Reply2 months
WAFB joined the rest of the hacks after firing Kiran. Sad.
2 months
When you’re 23 and healthy it’s a common cold. When you’re 83 and you get hospitalized, I think it’s OK to call it the rhinovirus.
2 months
Really living up to your name there buddy. Your subjective dramatic reality doesn’t change the fact that it’s the common cold, or merit a more severe scary name to make it seem like it’s a killer virus. Any journalist who changes descriptors based on the situation is a dishonest hack
2 months
Coming Skip, you can kick this just like you kicked everyone's butt! Get well SOON!
Reply2 months
C'mon*
2 months
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