Ryan Day discusses potential changes to COVID-19 protocols, Rutgers game
No. 3 Ohio State will attempt to boost its record to 3-0 on Saturday when they host Rutgers (6:30 p.m./BTN).
Ohio State coach Ryan Day held his weekly radio show on Thursday and discussed a variety of topics.
Day was pleased with Ohio State’s offense in last week’s 38-25 road victory, in particular being able to impose their will from the beginning of the contest.
Ryan Day's weekly radio show is underway.
Day said the Buckeyes talked a lot going into the Penn State game about getting out to a fast start and being physical at the line of scrimmage, and they accomplished that, so that's encouraging.
— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) November 5, 2020
Rutgers is currently 1-1, and has shown promising flashes offensively operating in an uptempo attack. Day discusses what makes Rutgers dangerous offensively.
“They’ve done a good job of spreading you out and done a good job in terms of schematics,” Day said.
Day also revealed that the B1G could have a solution to make COVID-19 protocols more fair.
Per Ryan Day, the Big Ten is trying to figure out how to better deal with false positives on game day. They need to make sure the PCR tests are available for everyone in the conference at the moment of need. They may have a solution in place for that by the end of the week.
— Tony Gerdeman (@TonyGerdeman) November 5, 2020
Ohio State leads the all-time series 6-0 against Rutgers and has scored at least 49 points in each meeting.