Ohio State will make the final call on the status of its 2018 spring game on Friday morning, the program announced.
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The game was originally scheduled for 1:45 p.m. ET on Saturday. Several Midwestern programs, including Wisconsin and Michigan, have cancelled their spring games this weekend due to a forecast of heavy rain and Thunderstorms.
It’s expected to be rainy and warmer in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday that it will be at Wisconsin or Michigan.
Ohio State spring game: Weather forecast
AccuWeather is calling for “occasional rain and drizzle” on Saturday in Columbus, Ohio. Buckeyes fans may get wet, but they shouldn’t be cold. The high temperature will be 69 degrees on Saturday, Accuweather says. It’s projected to be 69 degrees with a 66-percent chance of rain at 2 p.m.