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Bryce Ford-Wheaton takes to Twitter to make a stand for mask wearing

Morgantown, W.VA. – Campuses across the country are returning to a new sense of normal as both students and student-athletes return to school. Amidst the returns to campus, concerns of germ-spreading and COVID-19 are top concerns. On Thursday, Mountaineer football player Bryce Ford-Wheaton tweeted what should be obvious to students and fans, not just at West Virginia but at every college and university where football is still a possibility this fall.

This tweet came shortly after West Virginia announced that its first home football game, September 12 against Eastern Kentucky, would be played in Morgantown without fans in attendance. Per the release from the university, the home games this fall will likely be based on current COVID concerns, case numbers and state health department suggestions.

Wearing masks, social distancing and not having large house parties are the key components to singing “Country Roads” in Milan Puskar in October.

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