COVID-19 causes major changes to SEC football schedule

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Nexstar) – There have been some major changes made to the week 4 SEC football schedule. Host Kayla Anderson and correspondents from around the southeast are here to break it all down on Southeastern Stream Live!

It’s by far the biggest battle in the SEC this weekend – #3 Georgia travels to Tuscaloosa to take on #2 Alabama. But both teams are now preparing for possible last-minute changes after Bama’s Head Coach, Nick Saban, and Athletic Director Greg Byrne tested positive for COVID-19.

It’s been 13 years since Georgia traveled to Tuscaloosa. Will they have to wait longer for their trip to the Capstone?

There have already been some games postponed this weekend due to COVID-19. LSU and Florida were ready to battle in the Swamp, but now fans will have to wait for the cross-divisional showdown.

Vanderbilt is also dealing with a depleted roster, with less than 53 scholarship athletes available the Commodores game with Missouri is now scheduled for December 12.

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