Drinkwitz told reporters on Wednesday that he has “no idea” which is going on with other teams from week to week.
“It’s free for all in a way,” he said.
The SEC did not respond to a request for comment.
Pinkwitz, who is in his first year at Missouri, said whether a similar policy should be “off the top of my head.”
But Auburn coach Gus Malzahan said he would be in favor of such a policy on how player safety is a top priority.
“To me, transparency is really good,” Malzahn said. “Then I’ll be all for that.”
Many schools, such as Alabama, have not disclosed the number of positive COVID-19 results of football players, citing privacy laws.
A ESPN poll published earlier this month showed that nearly half of Power 5 teams would not disclose COVID-19 test data.
Missouri was without five players due to a COVID-19 test during a 38–19 loss last Saturday in Alabama.
Drinkwitz, who told reporters at the top of the game that the players would be out at the time, “This is a public health issue. This is not an issue of competitive advantage … People should know what is on our football team Used to be.” It is related to an epidemic. ”
Missouri will go on the road to play No. 21 Tennessee on Saturday.