Crimson COVID Where were you when you heard Nick Saban had tested positive for COVID-19? My brother called me with the news - momentous and concerning. Reports thus far say that coach is doing fine and that no players have tested positive. But what about Saturday against the Dawgs? NCAA rules prohibit remote coaching on gameday. Sarkisian will have to rise to the occasion, and the team will have to perform with maximum concentration. This battle will have no room for mistakes.
Fans can help protect the team, their associates, and themselves by simply wearing a mask, sanitizing their hands, and maintaining social distance. Don't believe me? Ask Florida who had 21 football players test positive resulting in cancelation of their game with LSU.
Watch: Kenyan Drake breaks off 69-yard TD run . . . USA Today
Arizona running back Kenyan Drake, like Kirkpatrick an Alabama alumnus, almost reached his career rushing high on Monday night. Drake ran for 164 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries . . . Huntsville Times
Saban said, "Our thoughts and prayers are always with Tua and we hope that he does extremely well and it won't surprise me if that's the case . . . Bama Online
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