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After the during the coronavirus pandemic, we didn’t hear much from players.

That changed Saturday, though not by the conference’s doing.

among SEC administrators including Commissioner Greg Sankey, medical advisers and members of the SEC Football Student-Athlete Leadership Council, during which the players expressed concerns about the upcoming season as COVID-19 cases continue to spike throughout the country.

So far, most SEC programs have been able to avoid widespread outbreaks of the novel coronavirus within their facilities. Programs in other areas of the country haven’t been as lucky — Michigan State and Rutgers recently decided to isolate their entire rosters after multiple positive tests.

The question Ole Miss linebacker MoMo Sanogo posed, according to The Post, was what happens

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