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Annnnnnd Now Baylor Vs. Houston Has Been Postponed Without 1 Positive Test
© Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
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Baylor and Houston have postponed tomorrow's game...
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According to his report there was a group of players at a single position that were all being held out over Covid concerns — though many players had not tested positive for coronavirus.

According to a source of Barber: ‘Due to local goverment guidelines, contact tracing, not positive results of conducted COVID-19 tests on football players and staff members, led to the decision to postpone the game. Because of the guidelines in place, multiple Baylor players were set to miss the game as a direct result of contact tracing and not due to positive COVID-19 tests, the source said.’
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The Truth 3442 months
But it could save a life...
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ShakeandBake42 months
Tell Meemaw and the obese and unhealthy to stay in while the rest of us get on with life.
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ROPO42 months
Honestly, in the long run I am ok with this. If we get a semblance of a football season in and we can neuter the sky screamers by saying "look we are being so careful that we cancelled a game with no positive test but simply due to contract tracing," then so be it. The alternative would be to create a contract tracing rule, put it aside when it doesn't suit us and then have it bite us in the arse when a bunch of people on both teams get the Rona.
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CDawson42 months
You cannot "neuter the sky screamers". They get power from the cowering masses. This gives them even more power.
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SoFla Tideroller42 months
You're not neutering the sky screamers. You're emboldening them. They've almost destroyed our traditions and economy without hardly any resistance.
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TigerOnThe Hill42 months
You cannot "neuter the sky screamers".--You're right. :-) ...and we can neuter the sky screamers by saying "look we are being so careful that we cancelled a game with no positive test but simply due to contract tracing," then so be it. --You're wrong.
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CanebreakCajun42 months
Stupid. Negative is the new positive in our new socialist, BLM, critical race theory, antifa, white privilege, pussified paradise. Let's see the responses to this one.
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CDawson42 months
Remember when it was the ventilator, flatten the curve position? Now its anything and everything political.
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CanebreakCajun42 months
@CDawson 100%. Do you remember when they said that masks didn’t stop China flu or that the unless your mask was an n95 it’s no good? These people suck and when the shite hits the fan they will be the first gone. No progressives, I don’t mean the players either.
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awestruck42 months
Maybe we need the Corona League and all the infected can play each other.
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FLTech42 months
bunch of pussies
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CDawson42 months
This is what out of control government looks like. As if we have not seen enough of big government in the last 50 years.
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SoFla Tideroller42 months
But let's put the government in charge of our health care. What could go wrong???
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Jay Are42 months
Are you calling the Big 12 an arm of the government?
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CanebreakCajun42 months
Jay, they are a bye product of it and subject to progressive bitch politics.
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KillTheGophers42 months
Baylor will cancel their season of the 3rd game is postponed / cancelled.
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CFFreak42 months
Pussies.
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Godfather142 months
This is fricking insane.
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Privateer 200742 months
This is why you give fake names to contact tracers.
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Hurricane Mike42 months
This makes no sense, especially in TX
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YatInTheHat42 months
Are you surprised after how Wheels folded 2 months after appearing to stand strong in March/April?
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Ragin Tiger142 months
So dumb.
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Buckeye Jeaux42 months
Contact tracing
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ExpoTiger41 months
Too dumb to be real. Yet it is.
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