COVID-19 has been an international headline for nearly the last 365 days. The global pandemic has impacted anyone and everything without regard. For the Kentucky Wildcats football program, they continue to face that same challenge as they deal with a minor issues related to COVID-19.
Hearing of a pause in UK football activities until next week due to COVID.— Justin Rowland (@RowlandRIVALS) March 1, 2021
Justin Rowland of Rivals tweeted out Sunday evening that all UK Football activities will be put on pause until next week due to COVID-19. Of course no other information was released in regards to the amount of cases or who all has contracted the virus.
The program had their fair share of weeks this past season where they faced a serious stretch of COVID-19 cases. However they did manage to string together all 10 of their scheduled SEC games as well as their Gator Bowl appearance against N.C. State.
COVID-19 issues will be a major topic to monitor as the offseason progresses and could very well play a part what all the team is able to do on a daily basis.
Tweet of the day
Devin Booker tonight:— StatMuse (@statmuse) March 1, 2021
43 PTS (41 in 3 quarters)
It’s his 6th 40/5/5 game, the most in Suns franchise history since the three-point era. The next closest players have 3 such games (Stoudemire, Marbury). pic.twitter.com/zliwGXzCkn
If it wasn’t for a blowout win, he probably could’ve edged 50+.
The Wildcats will finish the year with 24 regular season games.
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