Nick Saban Says He’s ‘Doing Great’ After Getting Coronavirus. Will He Coach Against Georgia?

Nick Saban Says He’s ‘Doing Great’ After Getting Coronavirus. Will He Coach Against Georgia?


Alabama football coach Nick Saban is in high spirits after testing positive for coronavirus.

Shockwaves were sent through the world of college football earlier in the week when Saban tested positive for coronavirus ahead of the Georgia game. He’s currently in quarantine and doing well. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Big news out of Alabama. Nick Saban has tested positive for COVID. So has athletic director Greg Byrne pic.twitter.com/padDYCH5ut

— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) October 14, 2020

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According to ESPN, Saban said during his Thursday radio show, “I’m doing great. I don’t have any symptoms. I don’t have a fever.”

According to ESPN, there is even the possibility that Saban could potentially return to coach against the Bulldogs this Saturday night. ESPN reported that Saban needs three negative tests, and two of them have to come in a 24 hour window before the 8:00 EST start. If he’s not cleared to return, then the Alabama coach can’t have any contact with the team, and it’s then Steve Sarkisian’s show.

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