Fall sports can move forward as scheduled in the state of Ohio, governor Mike DeWine announced Tuesday.
The decision comes after all of the state's college programs -- except Cincinnati -- have all shut down by conference or individual decisions.
The NFL's Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals are in training camp now, and the state's high school programs will be permitted to move forward as scheduled. Ohio's decision comes in contrast to Michigan and Pennsylvania, who both pushed their high school seasons to the spring.
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