ISU pauses football practicing, conditioning after six players test positive for COVID-19

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – Indiana State University announces it will suspend football practicing and conditioning for 14 days after six players tested positive for COVID-19.

Head coach Curt Mallory informed the team Monday evening.

Those who came in close contact with the players are also in quarantine and will be tested.

The university says none of the six players participated in the football team’s “March for Justice” on Sunday because they were in quarantine. Others who were close to those players were also in quarantine.

The players who tested positive live off campus and are in quarantine off campus.

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