Ryan Day beliefs season can safely begin in mid-October, calls communication from Big Ten “disappointing and often unclear”

               The Ohio State Buckeyes want to play this fall, and they want to know why they are no longer able to play.                </p><div><p>

In a statement released by Ryan Day on Thursday afternoon, the Ohio State coach said he believed the Big Ten's medical subcommittee had "done an outstanding job of creating a safe path to return to play in mid-October" , "And those players want to know why they are unable to play, while other conferences are playing right now.
"Although I understand the Big Ten Conference's decision to postpone the football season for health and safety reasons, the communication of information from the Big Ten after the decision has been frustrating and often unclear," Dey said.  "However, we still have the opportunity to tell our youth how hard they have worked for it: the chance to compete safely for the national championship this fall."

Dey said that he might not be looking forward to the team that our medical personnel, athletic director and president have been together and managed through this very difficult time with so many unanswered questions.

"These youngsters and their parents have asked so many questions, to which I have no answer, but the one that hurts the most is' Why can these other teams and players play and we can't?"  "Duke is playing Notre Dame, and Clemson is playing Wake Forest this weekend. Our players want to know: Why can't they play?"
Thursday's statement is the first time Day has publicly commented about his team's willingness to play this fall since August 17, when he said he supported Justin Fields' plea for the Big Ten Fall season. 

It comes on the same day that Penn State coach James Franklin also commented on the Big Ten, as he told ESPN Radio on Thursday that "we just haven't gotten great communication from the beginning" since his decision. The postponement of the falling games, which were done yesterday, a day earlier.  Nebraska President Ted Carter also said <a target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/DanCorey1011/status/1304148244084260867" rel="noopener noreferrer">During a TV interview on Thursday</a> That "the time has come to plan for the Big Ten."

Teddy Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune reported on Wednesday that the Big Ten will not vote until this weekend unless the earliest "to decide" when the 2020 football season will be played.

Ohio Village.  Mike DeWine said Thursday afternoon that he was in communication with OSU Athletic Director Gene Smith on Thursday morning and believes the "very good argument" for the Big Ten football season to begin soon.
Despite the uncertainty that surrounds when the Buckeyes will get to play the game again, the team continues to practice at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center - while for teams that are not scheduled to play this fall for 12 hours Following the limit of - in the hope that the Big Ten would eventually allow them to play the fall season and compete for a berth in the College Football Playoff.