An affirmed instance of COVID-19 has caused USC’s men’s b-ball program to stop group exercises and constrained the group’s Sunday night Pac-12 opener against Stanford to be delayed, as per a college explanation delivered under three hours before the game was planned to warn at the Galen Center.
The assertion didn’t unveil who had tried positive, yet noticed that the individual “was recognized preceding contact with anybody expected to take an interest in this evening’s down.”
“USC Student Health and the USC athletic medication staff will direct contact following,” the assertion stated, later adding: “The person who tried positive has been disengaged. The Pac-12 Conference has been cautioned.”
The gathering will presently work with the two schools to endeavor to discover a date to reschedule the challenge. The status of USC’s next two games — a home gathering with San Francisco booked for Wednesday and excursion to Oregon State on Dec. 20 — stays hazy, with the school expressing that extra data will be given sometime in the future.