Nebraska has publicly voiced its disappointment with the Big Ten’s decision to cancel its fall football season with the goal of playing the college football season in the spring and while Ohio State has not come out with comments nearly as strong as those from the Cornhuskers, it appears the Buckeyes have not given up on playing this fall.

Ohio State head coach Ryan Day held a Zoom teleconference on Wednesday to discuss the Big Ten’s decision to cancel its fall football schedule and while he did express his focus has shifted toward the spring during the call, the Buckeye coach noted that his school hasn’t completely written off the fall season.

According to Day, he’s discussed the possibility of playing this fall with Ohio State AD Gene Smith Wednesday morning.

“That’s a fluid situation. Gene and I talked at length about this. We’re still exploring all those options,” Day said. “This thing is moving and changing. We are looking at everything.”

Does that mean the Ohio State could be moving to the SEC for a season or at least schedule games against SEC competition this fall?

While that may seem highly unlikely, but at this rate, can we truly rule anything out during this strange year?