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The Florida Gators announced five positive COVID-19 cases on Tuesday afternoon and have paused all team workouts ahead of Saturday's game vs. LSU.

The UF Health and the athletic department's sports medicine staff are expected to re-evaluate the situation on Wednesday. Per FloridaGators.com:
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The University of Florida football team has experienced an increase in positive COVID tests among players this week. Out of an abundance of caution, team activities are paused as of Tuesday afternoon.

Head coach Dan Mullen has been in communication with football players and their parents, and I have had conversations with the Southeastern Conference office, last week's opponent Texas A&M, and this week's opponent LSU.

These circumstances will be re-evaluated by UF Health and the athletic department's sports medicine staff Wednesday.
If Saturday's game is postponed, both schools could possibly reschedule on December 12 which is the weekend before the SEC Championship.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Still want 90,000 in BHG, Dan?
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We’ll just take the forfeit
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