Of 89 players on the University of Oklahoma football team tested this week for COVID-19, there were zero positive test results, according to data released Thursday by the school.
“As of right now, we are going to do quite a bit of surveillance testing with our players and staff,” coach Lincoln Riley said last week. “We are going to keep that up. We don’t want things to creep in here, especially with so many asymptomatic positives across the country right now.”
Since starting voluntary workouts July 1, OU has had 14 cases among players. Five have recovered, leaving nine active cases.
Two out of 72 staff members also previously tested positive.
Featured Sports Video: 2020 All World Preseason Football Contest presented by Bill Knight Automotive
Vote here: Meet the nominees for the 2020 All World Preseason Football Contest presented by Bill Knight Automotive