MICHIGAN FOOTBALL COVID-19
Michigan football cancels Maryland game due to COVID-19 concerns
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Michigan football has canceled this weekend’s game against Maryland due to COVID-19 concerns within the Wolverines’ program. Saturday’s game against Maryland will not be rescheduled, U of M announced. It was the final home game of the season for the Wolverines. Last week, Ohio State was forced to cancel its game against Illinois due to positive tests. A trip to Ohio State is scheduled for next week, and then the schedule includes one final game against a team from the Big Ten West.
Michigan football pausing team activities due to COVID-19 concerns
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Michigan football is pausing all team activities Monday due to possible COVID-19 concerns, the university announced. UPDATE: Michigan football cancels Maryland game due to COVID-19 concerns“Out of caution, we are holding all team activities virtually today,” athletic department spokesperson David Ablauf said. The Wolverines made it through six of their eight regular season games without any widespread COVID-19 outbreaks. Just two days after hosting Penn State at Michigan Stadium, the team announced all activities are being held virtually. It’s unclear if the team will have to miss any games, or how long the shutdown will last.