No Spring Football for Ohio High Schools

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The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that the rumors of spring football practice coming to high school in the Buckeye State near you are not true.

According to the published story, the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association has been working for a couple of months to loosen the restrictions regarding off-season contact/workouts with players.  Ohio High School Athletic Association commissioner Dan Ross has stated in the past that there won’t be any changes that would allow full-contact spring practices while he is the head of the OHSAA.

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