Oklahoma Sooners Have 0 New Cases Of Coronavirus After 96 More Tests

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The Oklahoma Sooners have no new cases of coronavirus after the latest round of testing.

According to Brett McMurphy, the Sooners conducted another 96 tests on athletes Wednesday, and not a single one came back positive for coronavirus. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

It’s updates like this one that have me believing that we’re going to have college football in the fall. It gives me hope and confidence.

If powerhouse programs like Oklahoma can stay completely clean of coronavirus as we near the start date, then I don’t know why we couldn’t have football.


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If the players are all healthy and ready to go in August, then let’s throw on the pads and start slinging footballs all over the place.

It seems like it’s more than possible to do if there isn’t a single case on the roster.

Of course, the key will be keeping everyone safe and healthy through the season. Can Oklahoma do it? It seems like they’re on the right path.


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Let’s all hope they keep the momentum up!