PROVO — Fans will not be allowed to attend the next two BYU football games at LaVell Edwards Stadium, the school announced Tuesday, citing a directive by Utah Gov. Gary Herbert as the reason why after 650 new coronavirus cases were reported statewide.
“In accordance with the state of Utah’s announcement today moving Provo from low (yellow) to a moderate (orange) risk COVID-19 designation, the BYU-Troy football game on Saturday, Sept. 26, will be played without fans,” BYU’s news release said.
BYU’s game on Oct. 2 against Louisiana Tech will also be played without fans because it falls in the same 14-day period that the cities of Provo and Orem will be on a moderate risk restriction level.
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