Michigan-Maryland Football Game Cancelled Due to COVID-19

Terrapins Football Helmet - NCAA Division 1 Football University of Maryland Terrapins Vs. Ohio State Buckeyes on November 11th 2019 at the Ohio State Stadium in Columbus, Ohio USA

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This weekend’s Michigan-Maryland football game is the latest casualty of the coronavirus pandemic.

On Wednesday, it was announced that the game between the Wolverines and Terrapins has been canceled due to COVID-19. A positive COVID-19 test within the Michigan football program triggered the cancellation.

It is Michigan’s first canceled game of the year.

“Sources: Michigan’s game with Maryland this weekend is off,” Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports wrote on Twitter. “There’s COVID-19 issues at Michigan.”

Michigan will now look forward to the final game of the season against No. 4 Ohio State, but it could be in jeopardy if the program is unable to contain the COVID-19 outbreak.

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