The pandemic is not over as many are still battling COVID-19 in their own lives and as a nation the need for caution is still there, but the return of sports and the return of competition shows that the nation is healing and we are on way back to normal life.
Alabama Crimson Tide head coach, Nick Saban is preparing his team to head to Arkansas for this weekend's matchup with the Razorbacks but that doesn't stop him from urging the public to be mindful of the COVID-19 pandemic. Saban tested positive in late November and was forced to miss the Auburn game but bounced back quickly and credited his recovery largely to receiving a blood plasma treatment.
Three days ahead of the annual Iron Bowl game between Alabama and Auburn, Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban has tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Alabama Athletic department. This is the second time this season Saban has tested positive for COVID-19, however the first test resulted in a false positive diagnosis.
Ed Orgeron and the LSU Tigers should not be allowed to reschedule this football game. LSU should be forced to forfeit the game due to carelessness costing the SEC and others the chance to watch this weekend's game.
Saban has been preparing for this week's game at home by watching practice and conducting meetings virtually through Zoom. Saban is now medically cleared to safely return to activity effective immediately.
While initially it looked like Saban would have to turn over the reigns to offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian, several signs point to Saban being able to be on the sidelines when the ball is kicked off in Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Earlier in the week Alabama head coach Nick Saban tested positive for COVID-19. The coach has been in quarantine at his home while handling preparations for the upcoming matchup with Georgia virtually. Saban has been receiving evaluation from team medical staff Dr. Jimmy Robinson and Jeff Allen. Allen provided an update on the coach's condition today.
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban tested positive for COVID-19 putting his status in doubt for Saturday's contest with No. 3 Georgia in Bryant-Denny Stadium. Saban began his quarantine on Wednesday and was evaluated today by team physician Dr. Jimmy Robinson. The Alabama Athletic Department provided an update on the legendary coach.