Breaking Transfer news Nick Saban 'doing great' after COVID-19 diagnosis Premierleague-News.Com

Premierleague-News.com - If Saban has three negative tests, including the second in a 24-hour span, he could be cleared to return to athletic activities.

Breaking Transfer news Nick Saban 'doing great' after COVID-19 diagnosis Premierleague-News.Com

Premierleague-News.com - If Saban has three negative tests, including the second in a 24-hour span, he could be cleared to return to athletic activities.

Breaking Transfer news Nick Saban 'doing great' after COVID-19 diagnosis Premierleague-News.Com
16 October 2020 - 13:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Alabama head coach Nick Saban tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday afternoon, but he's hoping he won't have to miss the Crimson Tide's matchup with No. 3 Georgia on Saturday.  Saban appeared on his weekly radio show from home on Thursday night, and told listeners that he's asymptomatic, according to ESPN's Alex Scarborough.  "I'm doing great," Saban said.

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. I don't have a fever." With Saban still in quarantine, he likely won't be able to travel to the stadium for Saturday's game. He also won't be able to communicate with anyone on the staff while the game goes on, according to NCAA rules. 

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Breaking Transfer news Nick Saban 'doing great' after COVID-19 diagnosis Premierleague-News.Com


Breaking Transfer news Nick Saban 'doing great' after COVID-19 diagnosis Premierleague-News.Com


Breaking Transfer news Nick Saban 'doing great' after COVID-19 diagnosis Premierleague-News.Com


Breaking Transfer news Nick Saban 'doing great' after COVID-19 diagnosis Premierleague-News.Com

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