Last week the Ohio State training staff was featured in several news stories relating to the high temperatures at team practices. Find links to the stories below.
A matter of safety: Ohio State football trainers try to keep players cool to prevent injuries Columbus Dispatch – This August has been typically steamy, with daily high temperatures around 90 degrees and high humidity. The forecast calls for more of the same through the weekend, meaning trainers will remain on guard.
“It’s about getting used to the heat slowly and gradually,” Doug Calland, OSU’s head trainer, said.
Buckeyes try to stay cool in the heat Dayton Daily News – COLUMBUS, Ohio – On a day when the National Weather Service advised people to avoid prolonged work in the sun, the Ohio State Buckeyes …