SJ - September 22, 2020
BYU quarterback Zach Wilson said a "gambling night" over the summer with friends and teammates is probably what led to players contracting the coronavirus.
As Wilson explains, the players who contracted the coronavirus had cold-like symptoms and no complications from the it.
#BYU QB Zach Wilson describes his bout with COVID-19 from earlier this summer.
— KSL.com Sports (@KSLcomSports) September 21, 2020
It sounds more like a covid party than a "gambling night." I wonder if the BYU Football team encouraged the get together.
Getting the virus prior to the start of the season reduces the chances that an outbreak will cancel games during it.
I'm not against it, in fact young healthy college students are likely to be just fine if they get it and should be out living their lives.