Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence’s positive COVID-19 test throws his availability for next Saturday’s showdown against No. 4 Notre Dame into doubt.
Trevor Lawrence had a hell of a summer.
He became the face of college football, if he wasn’t already. The Clemson quarterback spoke out about racial injustice, even releasing his own plan for change. He led the #WeWantToPlay movement, as hundreds of college football players expressed their desires to play this fall. He and his fiancée also started a GoFundMe page to help with COVID-19 relief efforts.
And on the football field, he was good too. He has led the No. 1-ranked Tigers to a 6-0 record, passed for 1,833 yards, thrown 17 touchdowns and completed 70% of his attempts. In fact, Lawrence had positioned himself as the top pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Things were going quite well.
And then he tested positive for COVID-19 nine days from Clemson’s
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