Ohio State fans attending tomorrow's Friday Night Lights at Ohio Stadium will also have the opportunity to watch the current Buckeyes work out if they arrive early.
Ohio State announced Thursday evening that the Buckeyes' team workout at the Shoe on Friday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. will be open to the public, weather permitting. Admission into Ohio Stadium will be free, and the first 1,500 fans to arrive will also receive a free poster.
ATTN: #BuckeyeNation— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) June 21, 2018
To the first 1,500 fans that come down to #TheShoe to watch the 2018 Buckeyes during our team workout.
Friday, June 22 | 4:30P ET | Open to public | Gate 23 | Weather permitting | #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/xxNXqYfRxD
The 2018 Buckeyes are currently in the midst of summer workouts, led by Ohio State director of sports performance Mickey Marotti, as they work on their conditioning in preparation for the upcoming season this fall.
Potential future Buckeyes, meanwhile, will take the field at Ohio Stadium beginning at 7 p.m. tomorrow for Friday Night Lights, the Buckeyes' premier recruiting event of the summer, which includes a star-studded participant list led by five-star Olentangy Orange defensive end Zach Harrison and several other recruits who could be on commitment watch.