Maryland suspends football workouts after nine positive COVID-19 tests

Quinton Mayo
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After this week's on-campus screening, the University of Maryland Athletics has announced nine athletes have tested positive for COVID-19.

The Terps conducted an initial coronavirus testing of 105 student-athletes during the first week of June and none of which resulted in a positive result.

The football team has temporarily suspended voluntary football workouts as a result of these positive tests.

Earlier this week the Big Ten Conference announced that they will only play in-conference matchups for the fall 2020 season.

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Maryland suspends football workouts after nine positive COVID-19 tests originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington