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Around the Big 12: Covid halts Baylor football

This past Saturday’s noon West Virginia- Kansas game was the sole Big 12 game for week seven of the 2020 college football season. It’s well-documented that after a scary start to the game, the Mountaineers beat the Jayhawks 38-17 in Morgantown.

The only other matchup that was on the schedule for week seven was the Oklahoma State-Baylor game, which was the latest of the Big 12 games to be shuffled around and postponed due to COVID-19.

The Baylor Bears football program has finally resumed football activities on Sunday of this week after having the program pause all activities due to the number of COVID-19 positive test results. Earlier last week the Baylor athletic director went on a local Baylor radio station to essentially claim that the positive test results were due to the set up of the West Virginia visitor’s locker room. The size and setup of the visitor’s locker room was likely not the cause of Baylor’s virus outbreaks, as this was not the first time the Bears have had to pause workouts due to test results.

Looking ahead to week eight, here are the upcoming matchups:

Kansas at Kansas State

Oklahoma at TCU

Iowa State at Oklahoma State

Baylor at Texas

West Virginia at Texas Tech

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