As programs around the SEC continue to be impacted by positive COVID-19 tests, Arkansas is dealing with some of its own.

According to Tom Murphy of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, there were two Razorbacks staff members (not on-field coaches) and one player who tested positive on Sunday. Since then, contact tracing has led to numerous other players and staff members being quarantined.

For now, though, it appears Arkansas’ roster should have enough players for Saturday’s game against LSU to not be postponed. SEC policy states that teams must have 53 scholarship players available each week.

“We have been dealing with positive tests and quarantining among all of our sports since our student-athletes returned back in June,” Razorbacks athletic director Hunter Yurachek told Murphy. “We will continue to deal with that. We’re dealing with it now. But it’s not impacting our ability to play games right now.

“As we sit here today with the testing results that I know from Sunday, we’re in great shape to play football on Saturday.”

Murphy also reported that Arkansas was undergoing its latest round of testing on Tuesday, with results expected to come back Wednesday.

Unlike most SEC teams, the Razorbacks have yet to have a game postponed this season. They’re currently 3-4 after losing at Florida this past Saturday, as they’ve alternated wins and losses through their first seven games of the season.

Arkansas and LSU are scheduled to kick off on Saturday at noon ET on SEC Network.