Ohio Brings Back 10-Day Rule in the Summer.

Today, the OHSAA reinstated the 10-day practice for June and July which had been peeled back for the summer of 2021. This is a good step actually for most of the schools, (Divisions III-VII where many athletes are multi-sport athletes) this allows football to prepare but not be in conflict with other sports that they may compete in.

Ohio, unlike other states throughout the U.S., doesn’t have spring practice and probably won’t for the foreseeable future. Additionally, many other states have more opportunities to prepare throughout the summer. The quality of play throughout the divisions in the entire state, seemingly illustrates the point that the system works fine just the way that it is.

This is a classic case of “less is more”.

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