Kansas City, Missouri 2020-10-29 21:10:51 –
Tigers coach Dabo Swinney confirms that Clemson University’s No. 1 Heisman Trophy candidate Trevor Lawrence will miss Saturday’s match against Boston University after a positive COVID-19 test. did.
According to the Associated Press Top 25 survey, Clemson’s quarterback has already thrown 17 touchdowns and 1,833 yards in five games, making Clemson number one in the United States.
“Trevor has allowed us to announce tonight that we have tested positive for COVID-19 and are currently in quarantine,” Swinney said. “He’s doing well with mild symptoms, but he can’t play this week’s match against Boston University. We certainly miss Trevor, but this is an opportunity for others to step up and I’m excited to compete with a very good BC team on Saturday. “
The ACC requires teams to screen for COVID-19 48 hours before competition. All players who test positive must have a heart test before being allowed to play.
Saturday marked the first full weekend of college football with the resurrection of Pac-12, and three FBS games were canceled or postponed for the COVID-19 test. This includes two top 25 matches: No. 19 Marshall vs. Florida International and No. 9 Wisconsin vs. Nebraska.