College football teams wrestle with ethics of reporting positive coronavirus tests
"My concern is what's going to drive this is not science but that -- as Mike Gundy said -- they need to run money," said Ted Tatos, a University of Utah economist. Nobody is saying coaches will play athletes who have tested positive for COVID-19. However, the example above is disconcerting. Programs around the country opened for voluntary workouts this month. With an outbreak of positive tests, it's already time to ask whether college football opened too early.