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Ryan Day can’t coach because of coronavirus protocols if Ohio State Buckeyes play Saturday – ESPN

Ryan Day will not coach Ohio State if the Buckeyes are able to play their game against Michigan State on Saturday, as he will not be out of COVID-19 isolation until…

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Ohio State coach Ryan Day, one of several people within the Buckeyes program who tested positive for COVID-19 last week, won’t be out of isolation in time to coach in Saturday’s game at Michigan State if the Buckeyes are able to play, a school spokesman confirmed to ESPN on Tuesday.
Monday is the earliest Day, 41, can return if he meets the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, according to the school. Associate head coach and defensive line coach Larry Johnson will handle the coaching…

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