The matchup between Baylor and Houston postponed due to contact tracing

Waco, Texas:

According to Colt Barber of SicEm365.com, the matchup between Baylor and Houston has been postponed due to contact tracing of Covid-19. Sources told Barber that at least one player who would have played against Houston has tested negative for Coronavirus five times this week.

According to a source of Barber: ” Due to local government guidelines, contact tracing, not positive results of conducted Covid-19 test 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 test, the source said.”

Folks welcome, to college football in 2020, where you can test negative for the virus five times but still have to postpone a game because of contact tracing.

Baylor quarterback Charlie Brewer (12) runs the ball against Texas in the third quarter in an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019, in Waco, Texas. (AP Photo/Richard W. Rodriguez)

The Baylor and Houston postponement is one of five games already postponed for this Saturday.

The other games are as followed:

Charlotte at No. 12 North Carolina- Canceled

Virginia at No. 20 Virginia Tech- Postponed

No. 21 BYU at No.22 Army- Postponed

FAU at Georgia Southern- Postponed

Houston @ No. 16 Memphis- Postponed

Honestly, who knows what’s next, but we will have you covered with wall to wall coverage tomorrow of all the College Football action that will still take place.

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