Notre Dame’s football team has a pair of new coronavirus cases after the latest round of testing.
According to Bruce Feldman, the Fighting Irish have two players positive with the virus after 419 tests were conducted. Two more players are being held out because of contact tracing. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
None of the four individuals played this past weekend against Duke.
#NotreDame has administered 419 COVID tests to its football players over the past week (including today). There were two positive tests. Two players are also in quarantine through contact tracing. None of these players participated in Saturday’s win over Duke.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) September 14, 2020
This is pretty good news for the Fighting Irish, After more than four hundred tests, there’s only two new cases and two players had to be held out because of contact tracing.
All things considered, it’s not that bad at all. It’s a very manageable position for Notre Dame to be in.
It’d be one thing if they had 25 players out. That’d be a major problem, but a grand total of four players is nothing.