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Ex-Auburn football coach Pat Dye, 80, tests positive for coronavirus


Former Auburn football coach and athletics director Pat Dye has tested positive for coronavirus and is hospitalized in Atlanta for kidney-related issues, his son confirmed on Thursday. Dye, 80, has been asymptomatic for coronavirus, according to his son, Pat Dye Jr., an NFL agent. Dye guided the Tigers to a 99-39-4 record in 12 seasons from 1981-92. (ESPN.com)

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