Dec 7, 2015 - Eight Boston College Basketball Players Sick With E. Coli; Reportedly All Ate At Chipotle

From: Tyler ([email protected])

Chipotle, where unsanitary Mexicans shit in the food.

There aren't too many things that could soften the blow of a
loss to UMass-Lowell in the sport of basketball, but we may have
something. BC coaches have confirmed that the food poisoning
that caused a handful of players to miss yesterday's game was
actually E.coli. A BC coach followed up to say that "there are 8
players on the team confirmed to have E.coli."

BC Interruption has also learned that moments ago, Boston
College's university medical staff sent out a campus-wide email
notifying students and faculty that there are numerous people on
campus that caught E.Coli from the Chipotle restaurant in
Cleveland Circle. Chipotle has been under fire nationally for
contributing to an E.Coli outbreak.

Obviously this is a serious situation and more serious than
anything that will happen on the basketball court. That being
said the status of all players impacted by the nasty bacteria
still have a status that remains uncertain for the Providence
game Wednesday night.

We will update this story with more information as it becomes

UPDATE: A source from the BC staff confirmed that there are 10
players on the roster with "stomach issues". Eli Carter is still
recovering from an ankle injury which makes 11 BC players unable
to practice. The team cancelled practice today but is hopeful
that enough players will be feeling better tomorrow to be able
to practice.

UPDATE: The Heights' Michael Sullivan reports on the following
email alert that was sent out to BC athletes earlier today.

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