Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Big Ten extends ban on campus workouts
(Radio Iowa) — The Big Ten Conference extended its ban on organized workouts and activities from May fourth to June first. The extension means organized workouts with strength and conditioning staffs and on-campus meetings with players cannot happen until at least then. Under normal NCAA off-season rules, you are allowed eight hours per week with your team in the weight room and film room. Right now, the only thing you are allowed to do is to conduct digital meetings remotely with your players. Iowa strength and conditioning coach Chris Doyle says training facilities may look a lot different when football players return to campus. Doyle is used to having 30 players per shift in the weight room but that may change due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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