Iowa State Cyclones Have 3 Coronavirus Cases After The Latest Round Of Testing

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The Iowa State Cyclones are doing a solid job of handling coronavirus.

According to Brett McMurphy, the Cyclones conducted 616 tests for the virus in the latest round of testing, and only three people in the athletic department tested positive. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

One was an athlete and two other positive tests were for student managers.

All things considered, three cases of coronavirus after 616 tests isn’t too bad at all. That’s a number you can live with.

It’s not a bad situation at all, and only one of them is an athlete. It’s safe to say ISU is doing a great job of handling coronavirus.


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As I’ve always said, the main focus right now has to be football. As long as football locker rooms can stay safe, then we’re going to have a season.

As of today, Iowa State is beating the hell out of the virus to make sure the Cyclones can play in 2020.


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Props to Iowa State for taking care of business. We love to see it!