I really liked Muhammad in Scarlet and Gray too. Defensive stoppers are hard to come by but he's not even getting minutes for ASU and they are not good.Man, I won’t say I have ill will towards Luther Muhammed and Gaffney but I’ll just leave it at “perplexed”…
Take a look at the ASU box score. Bleak stuff. They escape Tarleton with a 12-2 run to win by 3.
Seemed like he was set to be Big Ten DPOY under Holtmann. And was adding some offensive game. Then he just…left.I really liked Muhammad in Scarlet and Gray too. Defensive stoppers are hard to come by but he's not even getting minutes for ASU and they are not good.
USC getting blown off their own court by FGCU, where Andy Enfield used to coach (Dunk City, 2013).
Florida forward Keyontae Johnson's collapse unrelated to COVID-19, family says
Florida forward Keyontae Johnson's collapse during a game two months ago was "not related to or a result of a previous or current" COVID-19 diagnosis, his family said in a statement Wednesday.
Johnson was rushed to a local hospital on Dec. 12 after falling face-first onto the court following a timeout in the first half of a game against Florida State in Tallahassee. He was listed in critical but stable condition, school officials said, before being airlifted to a hospital in Gainesville days later with his mother by his side, where he slowly recovered and started to communicate with his family and friends in the days that followed.
Like most of his teammates, Johnson tested positive for COVID-19 during the summer. The coronavirus can lead to myocarditis, a viral infection of the heart muscle.
"University of Florida Health treating physicians consulted with other local and national experts who reviewed the relevant imaging and testing related to this case," the family's statement said. "The unanimous conclusion of all experts is that Keyontae's medical emergency was not related to or a result of a previous or current Covid diagnosis."
Entire article: https://www.espn.com/mens-college-b...hnson-collapse-unrelated-covid-19-family-says
Just sayin': The good news is that he's recovering. etc.