The ban on Ohio State football interviews, in effect since the start of training camp, will end on Monday.

Acting head coach Ryan Day and defensive co-coordinator Greg Schiano will be made available on Monday. On Tuesday, Ohio State will have interviews with the seven players named Saturday as captains: receivers Parris Campbell, Johnnie Dixon and Terry McLaurin, safety Jordan Fuller, defensive end Nick Bosa, offensive tackle Isaiah Prince and linebacker Tuf Borland.

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Citing the investigation of head coach Urban Meyer, no OSU players or coaches have been made available for interviews since camp began on Aug. 3. The media has not been able to watch practice except for two days, when about 30 minutes of practice that didn’t include team drills were open.

Ohio State opens its season on Saturday against visiting Oregon State. Normally, coaches and players are available for interviews on the Monday before a game.

Day will serve as head coach for the Buckeyes’ first three games. Meyer is permitted to return after the Oregon State game from Sunday through Friday of the next two weeks but not coach in the games against Rutgers or Texas Christian.