USC Notes: First-Person Account Of Coronavirus

Florida State offensive lineman Andrew Boselli, the son of former USC offensive tackle Tony Boselli, offers a first-hand account of having the coronavirus. He also talks about how his father also had the virus.

“I woke up feeling like I’d been hit by a bus. I was glued to the couch with no energy, no appetite and nothing but fluids and over-the-counter medicines to help me feel better.”

And doctors told Andrew Boselli he had a “mild” version. Tony Boselli spent several days in intensive care.

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  • USC student Xiaoke Ying from Arcadia competed on Jeopardy this week. And revealed she was a big Formula 1 fan.

3 thoughts on “USC Notes: First-Person Account Of Coronavirus

  1. I watched Jepordy last night and Alex Trubeck asked why did she go and see the great wall of China. That is is when she said she is a fan of nascar and she has already been to the wall, been there done that attitude. Alex liked her response.

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