Miami Hurricanes football coach Manny Diaz tests positive for coronavirus


Miami coach Manny Diaz announced Friday that he has tested positive for the coronavirus and will continue to work with his team virtually. Diaz said he was isolating and "feeling good overall." The No. 12 Hurricanes' scheduled game against Georgia Tech on Saturday was postponed earlier this week because of COVID-19 issues inside Miami's program. (ESPN.com)

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Miami Hurricanes football coach Manny Diaz tests positive for coronavirus


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