Indiana is getting set to tip off the basketball season Wednesday evening, but that team is dealing with a positive test as of Monday evening.

According to Zach Osterman with the Indy Star, John Pelphrey, head coach at Tennessee Tech, has tested positive for COVID-19. That means he will be unavailable for the contest with assistant Marcus King handling the head-coaching duties.

For now, Osterman is reporting that the game is still a go. Tennessee Tech was a late addition to Indiana’s schedule but was able and willing to try and pull off the trip to Bloomington.

It should be noted that testing ahead of the game will follow a slightly different model since it is a non-conference showdown. According to Osterman, both teams will test on Tuesday – the day before the game – and on Wednesday prior to the game. Any positive must be confirmed by a PCR test.

It’s worth noting that Ohio State is following a similar testing method for its non-conference games, and head coach Chris Holtmann has said that a single positive test – on either team – would result in cancellation.

Hopefully Tennessee Tech is able to make the trip with the season getting underway without any issues. The scheduled tipoff is for Wednesday evening at 8 pm EST on BTN.