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  Baylor practice will look different for the upcoming season due to the pandemic. There will be social distancing, face masks and other precautions to limit the possibility of COVID-19 contamination. Three months after the coronavirus shut down the Baylor campus, the football team will take its first steps back with voluntary strength and conditioning workouts beginning throughout the upcoming week. Baylor plans to return 20 players per day Monday through Thursday for coronavirus testing. Twenty players returned early for injury rehab and all tested negative for COVID-19.

Like all NCAA football teams, the Bears hope to begin their season as scheduled Sept. 5 against Ole Miss at NRG Stadium in Houston. But much will depend on whether the coronavirus pandemic is under better control. "I told our staff this is just the start of the race," said Baylor athletic director Mack Rhoades. "We have a formidable opponent in COVID-19, and so much of how we finish is dependent on how we start the race. I'm at great peace that we have a real thoughtful plan on how we'll onboard our student-athletes." - Waco Tribune Herald

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