Boomer Esiason alluded to the idea that college football teams with players who recently tested positive for the coronavirus…..actually did so on purpose.
The WFAN radio host said that he found it “odd” that so many players from big-time football programs have suddenly come down with COVID-19 as he specifically mentioned Alabama, LSU and Clemson, who have all recently reported coronavirus cases on their teams.
“I gotta be really careful here, because I don’t want to say that this is an accusation,” Esiason said Monday morning. “I don’t want to … I just was thinking the other day about what is going on with the SEC teams down south. And Clemson included, who’s obviously an ACC team. A lot of their players are coming down with COVID-19, oddly enough. So are they trying to herd immunity their teams?”
“I’m telling you right now, I wouldn’t put it past any of those guys down there.”
“I think it’s going on,” Esiason added. “It’s too much of a coincidence.”
There is still no concrete evidence that someone can be immune to COVID-19 after contracting it. In fact, there have been quite a few people that have came out to state they have indeed tested positive for the coronavirus twice. It was just a few days ago when WWE host Kayla Braxton announced she had tested positive for the second time.
The 2020 college football season is scheduled to begin in late August/early September.