One of the headlines from this past weekend in college football was the seemingly packed stadium at Texas A&M. Dan Mullen after the game commented on it:
“The crowd was certainly a factor in the game,” Mullen said of Texas A&M’s fans. “I know our governor passed that rule so certainly, hopefully the UF administration decides to let us pack the Swamp against LSU — 100% — because that crowd was certainly a factor in the game. I certainly hope our administration follows the governor. The governor has passed a rule that we’re allowed to pack the Swamp and have 90,000 in the Swamp to give us the home-field advantage Texas A&M had today."
Mullen wanting 100% of The Swamp full comes after Governor Ron DeSantis gave way for football stadiums to be full within Florida. University of Florida's administration denied what Mullen requested:
This may have been a big brain move by Dan Mullen to distract the masses from his terrible defense:
Three days after this whole storyline, it comes out that Florida has 5 positive cases on their team:
No word yet on how this affects Saturday's game against LSU. Not even sure if these are players, coaches, etc. Hopefully, those 5 cases don't spread throughout the locker room as they have at FAU and Baylor: