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Former Buckeyes Weigh In

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Hooker, Line, and Sinker

I’ve been reading a lot of criticism regarding the beltway press and their coverage of the upcoming presidential election. It’s made me think quite a bit about the ways that sports media might be coming up short in our coverage. … Continue reading

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The Heart Is A Compass

To the people of Orlando, The heart is a compass, and LOVE is its True North. Those who live by this truth will never be defeated, even in death. Now there are survivors today to whom these warm words will … Continue reading

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As Luck Would Have It

It’s after midnight. PLEASE, #CBJ fans, no spilling salt, breaking mirrors, or stepping under ladders. #ForTheLotto — Lori Schmidt (@LoriSchmidt) April 30, 2016 Answer all your chain letters, avoid opening an umbrella indoors, and don’t go into a theater and … Continue reading

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Jarmo on Johansen for Jones

Blue Jackets general manager Jarmo Kekalainen joins 97.1 The Fan to explain what went into the CBJ trading center Ryan Johansen to Nashville in exchange for defenseman Seth Jones.

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Ohio State vs. Michigan State Preview

Michigan State  is 4-1 against teams in the Associated Press’s Top 1o since 2013. Perhaps not coincidentally, 2013 is when Hinckley, Ohio’s Connor Cook took over as the Spartans starting quarterback. Cook has amassed an overall record of 32-4 as … Continue reading

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Ohio State vs. Illinois Preview

When it comes to strange happenings, you might think of Roswell or the Bermuda Triangle or Stonehenge. And if you’re an Ohio State fan, you can add your own personal Twilight Zone, Champaign, Illinois to the list. Although the Buckeyes … Continue reading

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