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Michigan set to turn indoor track into field hospital during COVID-19 outbreak

Michigan is doing its part to combat the outbreak of the virus.

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Michigan to turn indoor track into field hospital

The Detroit Free Press reports that the University of Michigan plans on changing their indoor track into a field hospital with as many as 500 patients.

It appears the school will look for unique and innovative ways to help the state out with the COVID-19 outbreak.

Dr. Marschall Runge, the CEO of Michigan Medicine, and the dean of the U-M Medical School said the following: “I want to reassure the public that we are doing all we can to prepare to care for COVID-19 positive patients as well as other patients who urgently require the highly specialized, safe and reliable advanced medical care that Michigan Medicine delivers. We have reached out for donations of medical equipment and received thousands of gloves, masks and more so we can better meet this challenge.”

2021 3-Star WR Bryce Stephens receives Michigan offer

Michigan offered one of the quicker guys int the Class of 2021 in 3-star WR Bryce Stephens:

Stephens clocked an unofficial 4.38 and 4.27 40-time last summer at a scouting event. He is No. 739 player nationally, the No. 113 at the position, and the No. 10 player in the state of Oklahoma.

Stephens holds offers from Oklahoma State, Arizona State, Arkansas, Colorado, and Iowa State.

Today only you can stream “Football Valhalla, The Bob Ufer Story” on The M Den

On the 100th birthday of the legendary Wolverines’ radio broadcaster Bob Ufer, you can watch the documentary on his life at TheMDen.com!

National Brews:

  • QB Tom Brady will wear No. 12 in Tampa Bay and WR Chris Godwin will move to No. 14.
  • The NFL said on Tuesday that they still plan on the season playing out as expected despite the Coronavirus concerns.
  • The Los Angeles Lakers released a statement saying that all the players have completed their two weeks of quarantine and that all of their players are healthy.
  • ESPN will release “The Last Dance” a documentary about the Bulls dynasty in the 90’s earlier than expected on April 19.