Michigan pessimistic about playing Ohio State game as COVID-19 details emerge

University of Michigan athletic officials are pessimistic about their ability to travel to Columbus in two Saturdays for their annual football game against Ohio State, three people with direct knowledge of the situation told the Free Press. The pessimism comes as officials conduct contact tracing and await testing results on players and staff. At least a dozen members of the football program tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this week, causing a shutdown of the program and this Saturday’s game against Maryland, sources said. The sources requested anonymity because they were not authorized t…

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