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Ryan Day Says Some Ohio State Coaches Aren’t Sleeping At Home To Stay Safe During The Coronavirus Pandemic

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Some Ohio State football coaches aren’t sleeping at their houses during the coronavirus pandemic.

According to Saturday Tradition, head coach Ryan Day told the media Friday that some OSU coaches aren’t sleeping at home in order to limit potential exposure to coronavirus. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

“This has been a difficult time. I don’t know if anybody realizes the sacrifices everybody is making to play this season,” Day explained.

 

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When it comes to making sure the season happens, everyone is doing everything they can to make sure the games are played.

If staying away from the house is the best option on the table, then that’s exactly what will happen.

We’re living in a wild time right now, and sacrifices have to be made. That’s the nature of the beast when it comes to playing football during a pandemic.

Plus, it might be easier to focus if they’re just at the team facilities anyways.

I have a feeling we’re going to see a lot more stories like this throughout the season. Welcome to sports in 2020.