YardBarker: Ohio State coach Ryan Day isn’t giving up on his team playing a 2020 college football schedule, even if doing so means pushing the kickoff of the campaign to January 2021.
Per Ben Axelrod of WKYC, Day spoke with reporters via a Zoom conference call one day after the Big Ten postponed football and other fall sports due to the coronavirus pandemic. Day campaigned for an eight-game, conference-only Big Ten schedule that, under his plan, would begin immediately after the new year.
Theoretically, holding a shortened season so early in the year would allow Ohio State and other Big Ten programs to prepare for a standard fall 2021 season, assuming one will be possible.
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