In news that would appropriately fit the narrative of the 2020 college football season, there are reports of COVID-19 issues within the Ohio State program that could put the scheduling of the National Championship game set for Jan. 11 in question.

On Monday the Ohio State football team was practicing in Columbus, per the team’s official Twitter account. Sources have told Peter Thamel of Yahoo Sports, that Ohio State is proceeding with plans to play Alabama in the finale of the College Football Playoff as planned.

Prior to the playoffs, the CFP Committee set forth a contingency plan, with make-up dates at the ready should any of the playoff games need to be moved, in the event of any COVID-19 issues.

The National Championship Game, should the virus get in the way, would be on Jan. 18, one week later than the originally scheduled date.