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Jayden de Laura, WSU and former Saint Louis QB, tests positive for COVID-19 – Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii 2020-11-20 04:41:00 –

  • Washington quarterback Jayden de Laura, 4, threw a pass in the second half of the team’s NCAA college football game with Oregon in Pullman, Washington on Saturday, November 14, 2020. Oregon won 43-29. (AP Photo / Young Waku)

Former St. Louis High School and Jaden Delora, Washington, who started the quarterback, tested positive for COVID-19, according to a Spokesman review.

A true freshman, De Laura will not play in the Cougars in a match against Stanford on Saturday. The cougar will fly to the Bay Area on Friday.

It’s unclear if other members of the Washington football team tested positive.

If Delorah is placed in quarantine for 14 days, he will miss the next two games, including the November 27 Apple Cup match against rival Washington.

Redshirt freshman Gunner Cruz was in charge of the first team on Thursday, according to sources in the Sportsman Review.

De Laura thrived at the start of the first two colleges after winning the starting roll of former Hawaiian coach and player Nick Rolovich, a first-year coach.

With a victory over Oregon, Delora completed 18 out of 33 passes with 227 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed another score with 43 yards with a 38-28 win.

Last week, against nationally ranked Oregon, De Laura completed 29 of 43 with 321 yards and two touchdowns 43-29 on his home debut.

College football does not have a unified policy on how long a player must remain isolated before he or she is allowed to play.

At Southeastern Conference, Atlantic Coast Conference, and Big 12 Conference, players must not sit for at least 10 days after the positive test. Pac-12 is 14 days. Big Ten is 21st.

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