Ohio State coach Ryan Day said all possibilities should be considered for college football to happen this year, including playing a shortened season that would be conference-only games.
"Any football is better than no football," Day said Wednesday. "We'll do whatever we need to do. We'll make it work — whatever they tell us the parameters are — and we'll adapt. And then we'll play. With this time, there's a lot of unique situations, so we're OK with adapting. We'd love to play the whole season — we're expecting to play the whole season — but if that's what happens, we'll figure it out."
Day addressed a variety of topics in a teleconference with reporters that lasted about 40 minutes, but much of it focused on the uncertainty that has engulfed college athletics as the coronavirus pandemic continues. While there is no timeline for a return to practice, Day said a "six week window is a great starting point" to prepare players for the season.