Ohio State Makes Football Players Sign Waiver/Pledge Before Workouts Begin
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Ohio State football players are returning to campus this week and being asked to sign a waiver/pledge before their workouts begin. Per The Columbus Dispatch...

The two-page document, obtained by The Columbus Dispatch through a public records request, outlines the health risks involved with workouts and other athletic activities, and calls for the athletes to follow strict health and safety protocols implemented by the school.

Referred to as a so-called Buckeye Pledge, it asks players to “pledge to take responsibility for my own health and help stop the spread of the COVID-19.”
Will other schools follow suit?
Filed Under: NCAA Football


These are voluntary workouts, right? If so then these probably aren’t that big of deal.
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We had to sign that we wouldn’t tell that we practiced more than 20 hours per week
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Randy Floyd, before next fall you're in need of a serious attitude adjustment young man. You better get your priorities straight. And watch out with that other crowd your running with. Don't think I haven't noticed!
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Enough with COVID already ..
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Not about Covid it’s about liability
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