Ohio State athletics cleared to resume voluntary workouts
The Buckeyes received a bit of good news Tuesday as Ohio State athletics has been cleared to resume voluntary workouts.
Ohio State put a pause to all athletics workouts last week following COVID-19 test results from July 7th. The university announced Tuesday that teams are now allowed to restart voluntary workouts following testing that was done Monday, July 13th.
As a part of the statement, the university announced that athletes will be routinely tested with training decisions being reevaluated by medical staff. Bill Landis with The Athletic shared the statement:
Also from the release: "Athletes will be tested routinely moving forward and training decisions will continue to be re-evaluated by medical staff to protect the health and safety of students." https://t.co/CpIprz2ml3
— billlandis25 (@BillLandis25) July 14, 2020
Hopefully, the worst is behind the Buckeyes as workouts resume.