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Ohio State coach Ryan Day tests positive for COVID-19, Buckeyes’ game vs. Illinois canceled – CBS Sports

Larry Johnson was set to serve as interim coach for the No. 4 Buckeyes

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No. 4 Ohio State’s game with Illinois scheduled for Saturday has been canceled, the programs announced Friday night, less than 14 hours before kickoff. The decision to cancel the game, which was scheduled for noon ET, came after Ohio State coach Ryan Day tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in this week.
Day’s positive test came as part of “an increased number of positive tests this week,” according to a statement released by Ohio State.
Ohio State assistant head coach/defensive line coach Larry…

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