Ryan Day dodges question about Michigan Stadium tunnel layout in Week 10
Ryan Day was asked about the Michigan Stadium tunnel fight that happened on Saturday. He wasn’t too eager to give an answer on this.
This year’s version of the game will be played at Ohio State, unlike last season. It will be at The Big House in 2023, however.
Day chose not to comment on the split tunnel in Michigan. He said Ohio State will try to plan things around it when it gets to that point.
“I’m not going to go down that road,” Day said. “We try to plan ahead to make sure there are no issues.”
Ryan Day on the Split Tunnel in Michigan: “I’m not going to take that route. … We try to plan ahead to make sure there are no problems.
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Like every season, “The Game” will be played the last week of the calendar. Ohio State will first have to go through the Northwest, Indiana and Maryland before they start worrying about Michigan.
“The Game” will take place on November 26 this season live from Ohio Stadium. A noon ET kickoff time has already been announced for the game. Fans can watch the game on FOX.