Ole Miss Vs. Texas A&M Postponed Because Of Coronavirus

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Ole Miss won’t play Texas A&M as scheduled this upcoming Saturday.

The SEC announced Monday morning that the game between the Rebels and Aggies is postponed because of “the continued quarantine of individuals within the Texas A&M FB program.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

It’s the second straight game the Aggies have had postponed.

The SEC continues to burn thanks to coronavirus, and there’s a real chance this won’t be the last game that gets postponed.

I really don’t know what the solution is here, but the SEC needs to figure it out sooner than later. Time is running out.


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Also, the Aggies have now had two games get pushed back. If they don’t ever get made up, then the Aggies could be in big trouble when it comes to making the playoff.

They already have a loss, and they’ll have no shot of getting in over an undefeated team that played fewer games at this point.


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Keep checking back for the latest updates as we have them on the SEC’s troubles.