Trevor Lawrence won’t play for Clemson when Tigers meet Boston College on Saturday.
Lawrence tested positive for coronavirus, the team reported. It would prevent him from coming out of a match with Eagles, allowing a younger midfielder to take charge.
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Clemson coaches, Dabo Swinney and Lawrence have made statements of positive test results.
“Trevor authorized us tonight to announce that he tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently on quarantine,” Swinney said in a statement. “He’s fine with mild symptoms but won’t be showing up against Boston this week. University. While we will definitely miss Trevor, this is an opportunity for others to step up and we̵7;re excited to play against a very good BC team on Saturday. Come on, Tigers. “
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Lawrence added: “I tested positive for COVID-19 and my symptoms were relatively mild while I was following Clemson and ACC’s regimen. The only thing that hurts me is missing out on the chance to be with my teammates this weekend and play my favorite game. I hate that I can’t be there, but I will watch from isolating and pulling our boys while I wait for the chance [to] Rejoin the team. God bless and Go Tigers! “
But how long will Lawrence rest?
The midfielder will need to be quarantined for 10 days, which will bring him right in time for Clemson’s highly anticipated match against Notre Dame.
There is still a possibility that Lawrence will make the game. The ACC doesn’t have a test option like the SEC did with Alabama coach Nick Saban.
ESPN explains Lawrence’s first day as Wednesday. That will be counted as the first day in the 10-day period. Words of his positive test did not drip until Thursday night. ESPN reports that it is possible that Lawrence started experiencing symptoms earlier, which could delay his eligibility date.
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Runner-up Heisman is Clemson’s best player since his transition to Kelly Bryant in 2018. He has 1,833 cross passes, 17 tackles, 2 interceptions and eight clearances during the season. this award. Clemson is 6-0.
Since Lawrence took over as Clemson’s full-back in the middle of his latest season, the Tigers have only lost once. He led the team to the national championship in the 2017 season. It culminated with beating Alabama 44-16 to win the title.