Texas A&M won’t play in Gator Bowl due to Covid-19 issues
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — No. 23 Texas A&M won’t play in the Gator Bowl against Wake Forest on Dec. 31 because of COVID-19 issues and season-ending injuries.
The 8-4 Aggies were scheduled to leave for Jacksonville before announcing Wednesday that they wouldn’t be able to participate in the bowl game.
The team did not provide any details on the COVID-19 issues or injuries on the team.
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