Alabama’s immense resources and a newly developed Southeastern Conference policy paved the way for Saban to return to the field only days after he tested positive for the coronavirus.
The university said an earlier positive test result was false, after a series of negative tests. He is expected to take the field against Georgia.
As games are postponed and coronavirus outbreaks spike on campuses, nothing seems capable of stopping the juggernaut, regardless of the consequences.
The renowned Alabama coach is the most prominent figure in college sports known to have tested positive during the coronavirus pandemic.