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Kiffin to Miss Ole Miss Opener With Positive COVID-19 Test

Written by:
Associated Press
Published on:
Sep/04/2021

(AP) - Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not coach in Monday's season opener against Louisville.

Kiffin said in a statement that he had developed a breakthrough case of COVID-19.

Kiffin announced the positive test on Saturday, two days ahead of the Rebels' opener in Atlanta.

Kiffin, his staff and his players are all fully vaccinated. He said no other members of the team are expected to miss the game because of COVID-19.

“I am grateful to be vaccinated and experiencing only mild symptoms,” Kiffin said in a statement released on Twitter. "So much so, I debated over being tested, but I'm relieved that I did.

“I'm proud of our program's commitment to vaccination and as a result there are currently no other cases to report or team members expected to miss the game. We will continue to monitor our team closely and take responsible measures if any symptoms arise.”

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