Miami will be without at least one player against Louisville on Saturday According to the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson.
Jackson wrote on Twitter, “One person involved in the UM event stated that at least 1 UM player is not traveling to Louisville due to the COVID-19 issue.” “I haven’t confirmed if another player isn’t even traveling. The game is still at this point. UM’s policy is not to comment on how many-or-any wipers have the virus.”
Jackson quickly stated that the man who did not travel is a “rotation player”.
Miami’s official Twitter account posted pictures of the team leaving Coral Gables at 2:48 pm ET on Friday. Players identified in the post include: quarterback D’Aric King, defensive lineman Nesta Silva, safety Amari Carter and cornerback DJ Ivey.
Manny Diaz had already outlined his plan earlier in the week, when it came to stopping an outbreak.
“Keeping our players around our players,” Diaz said on Tuesday. “We have no different. We were in a hotel last week. So the hotel is a hotel. But making sure we don’t have intercourse with other people in the hotel. The closest thing we can to a real bubble is actually Can make. 24 to 36 hours before kickoff. So we have a little experience with it in our home hotel last week. “
Diaz later shared the message he has given to his team ever since the epidemic began.
“I mention it every single week, we tell our players every week, ‘We are only as good as our next test.” That is why we have to work continuously in all our works.
Miami is currently a 2.5-point underdog for Louisville according to the William & Hill Sportsbook. The No. 17 ranked Hurricanes (1-0) rolled out the No. 18 ranked Cardinals (1-0) last season at Hard Rock Stadium, winning 52-27, followed by UM quarterback Jarine Williams Set a single-game school record with six touchdowns. Passes.
Miami and Louisville prepare to kickoff at 7:30 pm ET under Cardinal Stadium lights. The game will be broadcast on TV by ABC.
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