University Of Hawaii Puts Out A Statement, No Player Or Coach Has Tested Positive For COVID And Immediately Gets Called Out By The Players


Look I want college football back as bad as the next guy. But this isn’t the way to do I think we can all agree on that.

Honolulu Star: “Approximately 100 football student-athletes are working out, and none (has) tested positive since arriving on campus (two weeks ago),” officials wrote in an email to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. “The university will not disclose the exact number of tests we have arranged for, and individuals may have been tested without our knowledge.”

Ok, that’s good news right? No body has tested positive, we’re on our way to having a 2020 college football season. What could go wrong here?

Well……how about having all the players immediately jump on twitter and call the university a liar? Yeah, not ideal.

Well you have to give it to University of Hawaii. The statement said no one has tested positive and I guess that much is actually true. Can’t test positive if you don’t get tested at all. That’s the old STD trick we all used in college. I have two other questions.

  1. Can you test people without them knowing? I’m no lawyer but that has to be some type of hippa violation. Can’t just test people all willy nilly with out them knowing.
  2. What does cap mean? I have seen it all over twitter recently and I can’t for the life of me figure out what it means. No cap, all cap, cap cap. It doesn’t make sense to me. Yes I could google it but I love a good puzzle. So I’ll continue to try and use context clues until I have some idea what it means.


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