STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – The State of Ohio encountered the first test of the Big Ten season, this problem will have a false positive result and will still have to ignore a veteran defender.
Buckeyes did not reveal any specifics about its COVID-19 or trauma result, but many sources with direct knowledge of the situation confirmed to Lettermen Row that Justin Hilliard had the results. Reaction Experience After Arriving at Penn State on your first season trip After that, the seniors were tested a second time, the results were negative.
Hilliard will still not be allowed to join Buckeyes against the Nittany Lions, but the false positive suspicion will allow him to stay on the sidelines with his teammates and also means there are no concerns about him going on. with the program. Buckeyes have been very meticulous about their protocols trying to avoid any outbreaks that have popped up around the Big Ten after just a week of the game, notably forcing to cancel the Wisconsin game scheduled for the day. now with Nebraska.
“It’s an ongoing deal,” Ohio State manager Ryan Day said of the season. “This will go on for a while, and we have to stay vigilant in that area, not too tired of following all the processes, doing what we have to do, and doing what we have to do. birth has been done. That is everyone. And that’s not easy to do. It is emphasized every day. I made a promise to the players that I would do it every day.
“We talk about it every day because it’s important.”
Buckeyes are now having their first fear of the season, and will clearly lose Justin Hilliard’s chance to help in an important match against Penn State despite the fact that he ended up giving negative results.