Ohio State football coach Ryan Day details COVID-19 precautions

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USA TODAY Sports’ Paul Myerberg breaks down the latest Amway Coaches Poll.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Those in the Ohio State football program are taking COVID-19 so seriously that some coaches are not staying in their own homes as a safeguard against contracting the virus, coach Ryan Day said Friday.

On the day President Trump announced he had contracted the coronavirus, Day detailed the lengths to which the Buckeyes are trying to protect themselves and others from COVID-19.

“This has been a difficult time because we understand the ramifications and the consequences for our health, but also just in terms of playing a season, of testing positive,” Day said in a conference call. “That’s for the players. They’ve made great sacrifices.

“But it’s also for the coaches. For those of us who have school-age children at home, it’s very, very difficult. To make sacrifices, some of us are

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New coach homes underway in Viansa at Talis Park

Gravina, Smith, Matte & Arnold Marketing and PR, Special to Naples Daily News
Published 6:00 a.m. ET Sept. 26, 2020

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Construction has begun on a dozen new coach homes in the Viansa neighborhood at Talis Park, Naples’ luxury master-planned community offering championship golf, a unique club experience, and new estate and condominium homes.

The new coach homes from WCI, a Lennar Company, complement their collection of luxury terrace and penthouse homes offered within the intimate Viansa enclave. Featuring 1,710 and 2,376 square feet of living space, coach homes in Viansa offer three bedrooms, two baths, and private two-car garages. Second-floor homes with elevator access offer a study.

With an open great room design, Viansa coach homes feature expansive lanais and loggias that enhance the indoor-outdoor connection and offer lush preserve views. Starting in the high $500,000s, the coach homes are scheduled for completion in spring 2021.

Viansa coach homes

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