Notre Dame puts football practice on hold due to virtual class change

The University of Notre Dame was hit for a third consecutive day with a big increase in positive COVID-19 cases.

Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick made the decision to “pause football practice” on Wednesday, Aug. 19, for at least the day.

Swarbrick said the school needed time to address team questions related to the decision to move all classes to online instruction for two weeks.

Thursday’s practice might be cancelled, as well. The school announced another 73 positive tests on the campus Wednesday afternoon.

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