Alabama's Nick Saban tests positive for Covid-19

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University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban has tested positive for the coronavirus and is now isolating at home, the school announced Wednesday. Of course, that information gave a jolt to college football betting, too.

As of now, the number two-ranked Crimson Tide's upcoming game against third-ranked Georgia, scheduled for this Saturday night, is still on. But whether because of action or staying with the market - or both - oddsmakers were down to 'Bama -4 in a matter of minutes, including at The SuperBook at Westgate.

Under the SEC's coronavirus protocol, asymptomatic individuals such as Saban must isolate and may take a second test within 24 hours of the first positive test.

"I found out earlier this afternoon that I had tested positive for COVID-19", Saban said in a statement.

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"I immediately left work and isolated at home". At this time, I do not have any symptoms relative to COVID. Saban told players of his positive test via Zoom at 2 p.m. on Wednesday. But the second-ranked Crimson Tide will nearly certainly be without their iconic 68-year-old coach on the sideline when they play Georgia.

The Tide played at MS last weekend, and Rebels coach Lane Kiffin said Wednesday his team had some positive tests.

'All individuals who are considered high risk contacts have been notified and will follow quarantine guidelines, ' the statement said.

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