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Kansas Has Withdrawn From The Big 12 Tournament After A Positive COVID Test

The Kansas Jayhawks have officially withdrawn from the Big 12 Tournament due to a positive COVID test, according to KC radio’s Bob Frescoe.

Devastating blow to the tourney.

Kansas was supposed to play Texas tonight in the semi-finals and had already kept two players home due to “contact tracing.”

We’ll deliver more details as they come.

Written by Gary Sheffield, Jr

Gary Sheffield Jr is the son of should-be MLB Hall of Famer, Gary Sheffield. He covers basketball and baseball for OutKick.com, chats with the Purple and Gold faithful on LakersNation, and shitposts on Twitter. You can follow him at GarySheffieldJr

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  1. I watched this all through football season. While some teams played 2nd, 3rd team subs, others cancelled games due to a “star” player being “affected” (yes, that is spelled right). What I don’t understand is why are they still testing with a test that does not test for what they are testing for? If it seems like I am getting a little testy, well, just go back to the beginning of BB season and watch video of the coaches all wearing masks. Fast forward to today, masks are worn maybe half the time during a game.
    Don’t get me started on Illinois HS football, requiring players to wear masks under their helmets… Parents shelling out $$ to buy special make helmets to allow for masks… This sickness of suppressing our kids has to STOP!

  2. Any one that follows Kansas Basketball and more importantly Bill Self knows that he does not avoid tough games, good competition, and potential losses. He knows it shapes his team. So no this is not Coach Self not wanting to play. That’s ridiculous.

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