The Washington-Stanford game, scheduled for Saturday, has been canceled, Pac-12 reported on Friday.
“This decision was made in accordance with the Pac-12 policy of canceling football games because Washington does not have a minimum number of scholarship holders available for the game as a result of a number of positive cases of student football athlete COVID-19 and the resulting isolation of additional football student-athletes according to contact tracking protocols, ”said a statement from Pac-12.
Friday morning testing for COVID-19 took the Cougars below the threshold of 53 fellows to play, according to a source. Among the players who have passed positive results is quarterback Jaden de Laura.
In a statement after the announcement, Washington State Athletics Director Pat Chun said everyone on the program was “saddened not only by our student athletes, coaches and staff, but also by those in the Stanford program who worked so hard to prepare. for this weekend. “
The cancellation will result in a lack of competition and is the second cancellation of the Pac-1