WVU Football Receives No New COVID-19 Cases After Baylor Game

WVU head coach Neal Brown confirmed Monday on Big 12 Teleconference
Published: Oct. 12, 2020 at 6:11 PM EDT
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MORGANTOWN, W.Va (WDTV) - WVU is currently COVID-19 free after playing Baylor last week, which shut down football-related activities Thursday due to 42 confirmed cases of coronavirus on its team.

Neal Brown said that the Mountaineers received no new positive cases of COVID-19 on Monday’s Big 12 Teleconference. West Virginia tested again Sunday and is awaiting those results.

Baylor’s home game this Saturday against No. 7 Oklahoma State has been postponed to Dec. 12 due to the Bears' coronavirus outbreak. 28 cases are within players and 14 have been found in staff members.

WVU hosts Kansas this Saturday at noon. It will be the first game the Mountaineers will play with fans in attendance as 25 percent capacity will be permitted at Milan Puskar Stadium.

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