For the first time this season, the families of Ohio State players will not be able to attend home games in the Horseshoe.

Though the B1G had previously shut fans, bands, and cheerleaders out of games this season, a small number of family members have been allowed inside stadiums to watch the action. Unfortunately, things were shaken up even further this week.

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Due to rising COVID-19 numbers in Ohio and around the country, tighter restrictions have been put in place in the state. That meant no spectators at sporting events, including family members.

It is a tough spot to be in for everyone involved, but the families are doing their best to cheer on the Buckeyes. That includes sending in hype videos virtually to support the team.

Here are some of the best as shared by Ohio State Football: