More great news is happening for Alabama football.
After Nick Saban received three straight negative PCR tests for Coronavirus and has been cleared by the Southeastern Conference to coach versus Georgia, Greg Byrne updated his status on social media. Along with Saban, Byrne received a positive test for COVID-19 on Wednesday and immediately left the building.
He will not be at Bryant-Denny Stadium for the game; however, Byrne announced on Twitter that he’s ‘feeling good.’ The Crimson Tide’s athletic director will be watching the game from home, while continuing to follow SEC protocol.
Thankfully, Byrne has recovered well and he’s been appreciative of the well wishes from fans.
Thanks for all the prayers & well-wishes the last few days! Feeling pretty good 👍🏼.
At home following protocol (while watching 🏈 of course), so I’ll miss being at the game tonight. Should be a great atmosphere! Please continue to mask up & socially distance.#RollTide 😷🐘
— Greg Byrne (@Greg_Byrne) October 17, 2020
In playing for Byrne, fans are looking forward to Alabama getting a win over the Bulldogs.
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