OU football: COVID officer says school doing 'everything we possibly can' with players set for return

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By Vic ReynoldsStaff writer vreynolds@oklahoman.comDale Bratzler was announced as OU’s chief COVID officer on June 8, and since then, the state of Oklahoma has seen more than 4,000 additional coronavirus cases. During that same time, OU coaches returned to their offices on campus and players have begun traveling to Norman to prepare for the team’s voluntary workouts, which are set to begin July 1. Other schools across the country have returned and seen many players testing positive for COVID-19.Read more on NewsOK.com
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OU football: COVID officer says school doing 'everything we possibly can' with players set for return

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