The head coach of Louisiana State University football said most of his team had tested positive for coronavirus, an alarming revelation that came just a day before the Big Ten Conference announced Wednesday it would return to the gridiron in the fall.Ed Orgeron, coach of defending national champion LSU, casually dropped the disclosure while answering a question about the Southeastern Conference team’s depth during this pandemic.”Not all of our players, but most of our players have caught it,” he told reporters in Baton Rouge on Tuesday. “So I think hopefully they won’t catch it again and hopefully they won’t be out for games.”Moments earlier, Orgeron recalled a recent outbreak that forced him to radically redo practice.“I told the team we need everybody, there’s no telling what’s going to happen with the Covid,” Orgeron said. “Two weeks ago … everybody on our offensive line, expect for two or three guys, were out.”We adjusted very well,” the coach added. “You got to make adjustments.”LSU opens its truncated season a week from Saturday, at home against Mississippi State.Dr. Dan Diekema, an epidemiologist at the University of Iowa’s Carver College of Medicine, said Wednesday the LSU disclosure is proof that college athletes are not


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