LSU's Orgeron: 'Most of our players have caught' coronavirus

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Because of this, Orgeron thinks that most of the players who have caught the virus will be eligible to play by the start of the season. Hopefully that once you catch it, you don't get it again.

One reporter asked for clarification, but Orgeron did not provide any specific numbers.

The coach noted the official guidelines state that players who test positive for the coronavirus do not have to get tested for 90 days after they first present symptoms.

At the beginning of the most important drive in the debut of Joe Burrow and opener for the Bengals, head coach Zac Taylor sent in three consecutive plays featuring five wide receivers.

Orgeron's comments come a few weeks after the Tigers reportedly had an outbreak along the offensive line that limited the club to just four healthy offensive linemen in practice.

"You have to make adjustments", he said.

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Sports Illustrated reported earlier this summer that at least 30 members of the team have been isolated because they either tested positive for COVID-19 or had contact with at least one infected individual. (College football players are not paid.) Also, testing protocols are less stringent than they are in the pros.

Orgeron confirmed several reports that defensive lineman Neil Farrell has chose to return to the team.

The defending champion Tigers' defensive line took another hit in late August when Tyler Shelvin opted out, indicating that he was going to turn his attention to preparing for the 2021 National Football League draft.

"I'm not going to say all of them, but some players have caught it". "If he doesn't come back then we wish him the best".

LSU, which also lost wideout Ja'Marr Chase and defensive back Kary Vincent to opt outs, opens the season at home against Mississippi State on September 26.

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