Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said he is looking to return to the program’s football facilities on May 1 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
During a teleconference with reporters on Tuesday, Gundy said he hopes tests will be available in three or four weeks so employees and players can be cleared to gather together.
“How fast that can happen based on the tests that are available, I can’t say right now, but that’s the plan,” Gundy said, per ESPN’s Heather Dinich. “We have to have a plan, and the plan right now is for them to start on May 1. It might get backed up two weeks. I don’t know, I can’t make that call, but if it does, we’ll start with the employees of this company, the ones that come in this building. Then we’ll bring the players in, and slowly but surely we’ll test them all in.”