TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Indiana State University has suspended its football practices after numerous positive COVID-19 test results.
On Monday, university officials said six players tested positive for the coronavirus. Those that have been in close contact or in the players pods during workouts have been quarantine as well. No ISU coaches have been put in quarantine.
Head Coach Curt Mallory told the team on Monday evening.
Practice has been suspended for two weeks.
The six players who tested positive live off of campus, and are being quarantined off-campus.
University officials say none of the six players that tested positive took part in Sunday's March for Justice in Terre Haute - since they were already in quarantine.