COLLEGE STATION, Texas — A report on TexAgs.com says Texas A&M football operations have been shut down since Saturday because of a COVID-19 outbreak.
This could dramatically impact the Aggie football program as it prepares for a New Year’s Eve bowl game. The No. 25 Aggies play No. 17 Wake Forest in the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl.
According to Billy Liucci's post on Twitter, the COVID outbreak mainly consists of vaccinated athletes. He also said the team has been meeting via Zoom since Saturday.
Per multiple sources, Texas A&M football operations/bowl prep shut down since Saturday due to a Co-Vid outbreak within the program, mainly consisting of vaccinated athletes. Team has been meeting via Zoom since Saturday and multiple positions have been hit particularly hard.— Billy Liucci (@billyliucci) December 21, 2021
More details to come.