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Sport Nick Saban, Alabama football coach, will take to the field after testing negative for coronavirus three times

02:35  18 october  2020
02:35  18 october  2020 Source:   cnn.com

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University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban will take to field Saturday in today's game against the University of Georgia after his team said he tested negative three times for coronavirus .

Alabama Coach Nick Saban and Greg Byrne, the school’s athletic director, have tested positive for coronavirus .Credit Rogelio V Steve Sarkisian, the Crimson Tide’s offensive coordinator and a former college head coach , will take on a greater role in preparations for the game against Georgia.

Nick Saban holding a football ball: Alabama head coach Nick Saban will be on the sidelines for Saturday night's pivotal game. © Wesley Hitt/Getty Images Alabama head coach Nick Saban will be on the sidelines for Saturday night's pivotal game.

University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban will take to the field Saturday after his school said he tested negative for coronavirus three times.

Saban was cleared to coach Saturday night's pivotal game against the University of Georgia after testing negative for the third straight day, according to the university.

"Upon evaluation today, Coach Saban remains completely asymptomatic," a statement from Dr. Jimmy Robinson, the team's physician, said. "To address the potential for a false positive, the SEC Return to Activity and Medical Guidance Task Force Protocol allows for follow-up testing to clear the individual's return to activity. That protocol requires three negative PCR tests 24 hours apart."

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Alabama football coach Nick Saban said Saturday he was feeling fine and never had any symptoms after testing positive for coronavirus earlier in the Saban immediately left the team and began isolating. He’s worked from home and was able to relay messages to the team. But he won’t have

Alabama coach Nick Saban has tested negative in a follow-up test for COVID-19, leaving open the possibility of a return to the sideline for the Georgia game. Alabama head athletic trainer Jeff Allen said Saban 's test came back negative on Thursday. If he tests negative again Friday and Saturday

Saban and Greg Byrne, the school's director of athletics, both tested positive for the virus, the university said on Wednesday. Saban, 68, said he had no symptoms related to Covid and immediately isolated at home after receiving the positive test.

The news came three days before the Crimson Tide's critical conference showdown with visiting Georgia, slated for Saturday at 8 p.m. ET in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Alabama is unbeaten on the season at 3-0, and ranked second in the Associated Press national poll. Georgia, also 3-0, is ranked third.

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