The sporting world is on a hiatus, leaving players, coaches and fans from around the country finding different ways to spend their time.
Ohio State’s Ryan Day enjoyed a highly successful first season as the Buckeyes head coach. However, his second season with the team is on hold as the country deals with significant health concerns.
Much like the rest of the country, Ryan Day and his family have been spending plenty of time in front of the TV. On Wednesday afternoon, Day revealed what he’s been watching most on Netflix.
Arguably the most popular show on the platform is a documentary series called Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness. The series follows the lives of some of the most notorious keepers of big cats from around the country.
Ryan Day and his wife recently binge-watched the Tiger King on Netflix. "That was entertaining to say the least."
— Joey Kaufman (@joeyrkaufman) March 25, 2020
Not even the best head coaches from around college football are immune from binging TV shows.
Day led Ohio State to a Big Ten title and the College Football Playoff in his first season.
Although the Buckeyes fell to the Clemson Tigers in the playoff, the Buckeyes have plenty to look forward to heading into the 2020 season.
Star quarterback Justin Fields is back for another season as the Buckeyes look to improve on their playoff berth.