Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy says he hopes coronavirus tests will be available in the next few weeks which will allow his coaches and eventually players to resume football activities on May 1.During a teleconference with reporters on Tuesday, Gundy said that due to their young age and healthy immune systems, he thinks it would be safe for his players to return.”In my opinion, if we have to bring our players back, test them. They’re all in good shape. They’re all 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22-year-olds. They’re healthy. A lot of them can fight it off with their natural body, the antibodies, and the build that they have,” he said, according to a Tweet by KFOR-TV’s Dylan Buckingham.MISSISSIPPI STATE FOOTBALL PLAYER TRANSFERS AFTER MIKE LEACH NOOSE TWEET”There’s some people that are asymptomatic. If that’s true, then we sequester them. And people say that’s crazy. No, it’s not crazy because we need to continue and budget and run money through the state of Oklahoma.”ESPN reported that Gundy would treat COVID-19 like flu season, where “we quarantine them, we treat them, we make sure they’re healthy, we bring ’em back.””It would

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