Schools that do not choose to participate in the postseason - along with those that are eliminated from the playoffs - will be allowed to schedule additional regular season games through Saturday, Nov. 14, with a maximum of 10 games allowed for the season.
This announcement from the OHSAA comes just a week after the reaffirming their intention to begin the high school football season on time. However, this season will only play out if approved by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health.
Gov. DeWine said in his Friday press briefing that he would be releasing new guidance for Ohio sports teams - high school and professional - next week.