SJ - November 11, 2020
The alleged super-spreader event that was the field storming after Notre Dame's upset win over Clemson didn't impact the football team.
Head coach Brian Kelly said the team has had two COVID-19 tests since Sunday's game with zero positives.
From 247 Sports:
Head coach Brian Kelly confirmed that on Mike Greenberg’s ESPN Radio show, “#Greeny,” on Wednesday afternoon.
“We had a very celebratory ending to our game. And we certainly, you know, needed to know that we were going to be good,” Kelly said. “We’ve had two tests; we passed all of our testing on Sunday and again on Tuesday, so that’s a really good sign. But we’ll test again Thursday and we’ll test on Friday. So, you know, that’s always hanging over you.”
It turns out it takes a little more than just breaking social distancing guidelines for there to be a super-spreader event.
People actually have to have the virus in order for it to spread. It doesn't just come out of thin air when two people are within six feet of one another.
You wouldn't know that if you were getting all of your information on social media. The masked profile picture assholes don't know shit.