Rutgers’ head coach is preparing for more than just Urban Meyer’s Buckeyes. He’s preparing for Ebola. As concerns mount for Ebola in the Buckeye state after an infected nurse traveled here, coach Kyle Flood did a bit of research on the disease and talked to his team Thursday morning. “I assured them that the plane, when we get on it, will be sanitized and cleaned. From all the information I have, it’s transferable through bodily fluids. It’s not something you can get just by standing next to somebody,” he said according to NJ.com. Flood has stressed to his team not to share drinks and keep their hands clean. Rutgers is slated to take on the Buckeyes on Saturday at Ohio Stadium at 3:30 p.m.
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