Cory Diaz, Monroe News-Star Published 10:47 p.m. ET Sept. 8, 2020 | Updated 11:04 p.m. ET Sept. 8, 2020CLOSE Sports Pulse: With everything changing in the sports world how will it affect college football this season USA TODAYLouisiana Tech’s season opener at Baylor, set for Saturday in Waco, Texas, has been postponed because of an outbreak of COVID-19 cases among Bulldogs players.Louisiana Tech had 38 players test positive for the coronavirus after a round of tests conducted earlier this week, a person with knowledge of the tests confirmed to the News-Star.The programs will try to reschedule the game later.It’s the third game involving Big 12 teams to be affected by coronavirus. Earlier, the SMU-TCU game was canceled and Tulsa-Oklahoma State was postponed.”We are obviously very disappointed that we will not be able to open the season this weekend at Baylor,” Louisiana Tech athletics director Tommy McClelland said in a release Tuesday night. “However, with the number of recent positive COVID-19 results and contact tracing, it is simply not possible. We would be putting our student-athletes at risk.“It is obvious that the impact of Hurricane Laura in our community a few weeks ago really sparked our significant increase in numbers. With 95 percent of our city losing


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