Report: Ohio State reopens football facility for 'limited use'
The football facility at Ohio State University has been reopened for “limited use,” according to a report from the Columbus Dispatch.
Per the report, the facility is open to permit 25 coaches and staff members to use their offices. The coaches and staff are limited to staggered three-hour stints three times per week.
With campuses shutting down, sports seasons canceled and the B1G suspending all organized team activities through June 1, coaches and staff members across the league have been working from home. But it appears that at least a handful of campuses will start to slowly open facilities for coaches and staff.
Late last week, Rivals.com reported that the Texas football staff would be returning to their offices on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of this week. Student-athletes are still not permitted to return to campus at this time.
According to the report, the weight room, training room, dining area, indoor field and locker room all remained closed at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. There is still currently no timeline on when student-athletes will be able to return to campus.