Texas A&M Pulls Out Of The Gator Bowl Against Wake Forest Because Of COVID-19

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Texas A&M’s football season is over.

The Aggies have been dealing with some COVID-19 issues, and the program announced Wednesday that they’ve pulled out of the Gator Bowl against Wake Forest. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

“Due to a combination of COVID-19 issues within the program, as well as season-ending injuries, the Texas A&M football roster is not in a position to safely participate in the upcoming Dec. 31 TaxSlayer Gator Bowl against Wake Forest,” the team tweeted to fans.

I said I hoped the Aggies were able to get through whatever issues they were having when news broke there were problems, but it simply didn’t happen.

In fact, it sounds like things have only gotten worse since the initial outbreak was reported.

Let’s just all hope like hell this issue doesn’t impact even more teams down the stretch. The last thing we need is college football descending into chaos.

We made it this far without many issues and it’s now time to finish the job.


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Keep your fingers crossed more teams don’t meet the same fate as the Aggies.