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Alabama coach Nick Saban second PCR test returns negative ahead of Georgia game

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edited October 2020 in Article commenting
imageAlabama coach Nick Saban second PCR test returns negative ahead of Georgia game

Alabama coach Nick Saban's Thursday PCR test came back negative, the school announced. His test on Wednesday had come back positive. The school put out a statement regarding the negative test. Saban would need two more negative tests, taken 24 hours apart,  to determine that the first test on Wednesday was a false

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  • Dawg365Dawg365 Posts: 1,109 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    I truly hope he is able to coach his team Saturday. GO DAWGS! Beat Bama!

  • TrippTripp Posts: 513 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    That is really great news. I wish coach Saban the best and hope It was a false positive. It would just be another wild and crazy thing that has happened in 2020.

  • UGA66UGA66 Posts: 4,135 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    He'll be on field, and the game will be played. So let's get behind the Dawgs for a much-anticipated win over Saban and the Tide. Many of these initial positive tests prove to be false.

    GO DAWGS!!!

  • NCMtnDawgNCMtnDawg Posts: 35 ✭✭✭ Junior

    I hope wish for another negative test so Coach Saban can be on the sideline. 10% of these tests are false negative. Even so, that's one more "case" that has occured in Alabama. Let's play some football!

  • Bdawgs06Bdawgs06 Posts: 5 ✭ Freshman

    I hope he is able to coach Saturday. Don’t want any asterisks or questions about this one. Go Dawgs!

  • Wozzo_the_Wonder_DogWozzo_the_Wonder_Dog Posts: 189 ✭✭✭ Junior

    Why is Coach Saban always so negative?

  • Dogman912Dogman912 Posts: 857 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    As a dawg, I hope and pray it was a false positive. Would not wish covid on anyone. With that being sad no mercy, Gata lets get that crimson elephant off our back once and for all. Once in Alabama then Atlanta. 4 quarters on gata. 4 quarters of hell.

  • ScoreCheckScoreCheck Posts: 974 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    It is my understanding the Gumps think Kirby had something to do with Saban's test coming back positive. This is consistent with their belief Kirby took a photo of their recruiting board and used it to negatively recruit against him and one of UGA's analyst has a connection with the bama football team and uses it to get inside information.

  • HunkerDawgHunkerDawg Posts: 76 ✭✭✭ Junior

    I don't know exact probabilities, but is there a likely explanation for the pattern of Saban's test results other than fraud?

    And if it is indeed fraud, given the probabilities (expected subsequent results), how many parties have to be complicit? (Labs, testing personnel, athletic department, SEC office?)

    And given the contagiousness of this disease and potential effects on participants, what are the potential criminal and civil liabilities if this is fraud?

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