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The Michigan Wolverines have more cases of coronavirus.

According to Brett McMurphy, the Wolverines had nine more positive coronavirus tests after 276 more athletes were tested for the virus. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

So far, the Wolverines have had 29 cases after 1,005 tests for coronavirus.

Michigan tested 276 student-athletes, coaches & staff for COVID b/w July 24-31 w/9 positive tests. Overall to date , Michigan has tested 1,005 student-athletes, coaches & staff w/29 positive tests

— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) July 31, 2020

As I’ve said before about Michigan, the Wolverines seem to have a solid handle on dealing with coronavirus.

While some teams have just been decimated by the virus, Michigan has not let things get out of control, and they should be applauded for that.


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Having said that, nine tests isn’t great, and it’s certainly trending in the wrong direction. The latest round of testing made up 31% of all the positive cases the athletic department has had.

I’m not a math genius, but it would seem like Michigan would want that percentage to trend down and not up.

Still, there’s no doubt that the Wolverines have handled coronavirus better than most, and I don’t think there’s any reason to panic.


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We’re still on a solid path to football happening in the fall, and we need major programs like Michigan to keep up the great work.

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Pirates Fall 9-1 To Cincinnati, Reds Player Reportedly Tests Positive For Coronavirus

PITTSBURGH (AP/KDKA) — Jesse Winker had his first career two homer game and Sonny Gray continued his torrid strikeout pace as the Cincinnati Reds broke open a close contest with five runs in the last two innings for an 8-1 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Nick Castellanos added a three-run homer off Chris Stratton to cap Cincinnati’s four-run seventh.

Gray struck out 10, raising his season total to 45, a franchise record for a pitcher’s first five appearances.

Luis Castillo set the previous mark of 41 in 2019.

According to a report from Ken Rosenthal, a member of the Reds has tested positive for Coronavirus.

A Reds player has tested positive for COVID-19, sources tell The Athletic. Team defeated Pirates on Friday night, scheduled to host them again at 6:10 p.m. ET on Saturday. Status of that game not yet known.

— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) August 15, 2020

The Pirates and Reds are set to face off in the third game of their series on Saturday at 6:10 p.m.

The status of that game is now up in the air.

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