Trevor Lawrence test positive for Covid-19, will not play against Boston College on Saturday

Trevor Lawrence test positive for Covid-19, will not play against Boston College on Saturday

“Trevor has authorized us to announce tonight that he has taken a positive test for COVID-19 and is now isolated,” Clemson head coach Dubois Swinney said in a statement on Thursday. “He is doing well with mild symptoms but will not be available for this week’s game against Boston College. Although we will definitely miss Trevor, it is a chance for the other boys to get up and we have a great B.A. “I’m excited to play against C. The team on Saturday. Go Tigers.”

Following Savinni’s statement, Lawrence Jr. issued a statement Twitter.

“I have tested positive for Covid-19, and my symptoms have been relatively mild while following the Clemson and ACC protocol,” said Lawrence. “The only thing that hurts is losing the chance to be with my teammates and love the game after this week. I hate that I can’t be there, but I wait and keep pulling my boys. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either.

Per guidelines Atlantic Coast Conference, Of which Clemson is a member, a student-athlete who tests positive for Covid-19, will be excluded for at least 10 days from the onset of symptoms or a positive test before returning to football activity.

This means that Lawrence may not remember the team’s November 7 football game. Clemson topped the 6-0 vote.

Lawrence has passed his 70.7% for 17 touchdowns this season. He also ran for four touchdowns.

Prior to the 2020 college football season, when there were discussions about whether to play in the midst of an epidemic, Lawrence was a high-profile player who expressed support for playing with the hashtag #WeWantToPlay.

“We really feel safe here,” Lawrence told reporters in August. “Hopefully it’s the same everywhere … we honestly feel safer anywhere else.”
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