Positive coronavirus test forces ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit to call college football playoffs from home

Herbstreit posted Tuesday night on Twitter that he was feeling good and his family was OK.

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ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit will call the college football playoff games from home after testing positive for coronavirus.

ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit will call the college football playoff games from home after testing positive for coronavirus.

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ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit says he has tested positive for COVID-19 and will have to call the College Football Playoff semifinal between No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Ohio State from home.

Herbstreit posted Tuesday night on Twitter that he was feeling good and his family was OK.

He said he will still be part of “College GameDay” on the morning of Jan. 1 and on the call of the Sugar Bowl with play-by-play announcer Chris Fowler in New Orleans that night.

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