Friday Night Lights, Ohio State Team Workout Moved Indoors, Closed To Public Due To Threat Of Inclement Weather

By Dan Hope on June 22, 2018 at 2:24 pm
Urban Meyer

Buckeyes fans will no longer have the opportunity to watch current and future members of the Ohio State football team work out in Ohio Stadium this evening.

Ohio State announced Friday afternoon that due to the threat of inclement weather this evening in Columbus, Friday Night Lights has been moved indoors to the Woody Hayes Athletic Center and will be closed to the public. The team workout that was scheduled to be held at Ohio Stadium prior to Friday Night Lights has also been moved indoors and will be closed to the public due to space limitations.

This marks the first time that Friday Night Lights – which has also previously been held in July – will be held indoors instead of at Ohio Stadium since the event started in 2012.

Unfortunately, this means that both events will also be closed to the media, which means Eleven Warriors will not be able to provide live updates from the scene.

Nonetheless, Eleven Warriors will still be keeping an eye out for several potential commitments that could come from Friday night's event, as the Buckeyes welcome a star-studded list of recruits that includes six official visitors.

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