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The Football Foodie: Burger Edition

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson The Football Foodie: Burger Edition

In a football town like Columbus, there’re no shortages of places to catch the game.  Whether for game day on Saturdays, or NFL showings on Sundays and Monday nights, there are over 100 bars and restaurants with over 500 screens tuned to battles featuring our favorite teams. Similarly, in a food town like Columbus, it’s […]

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The Wex Preps for Football Season with Rare Football Newsreels

Hope Madden Hope Madden The Wex Preps for Football Season with Rare Football Newsreels

With more than a week to suffer until OSU kicks off against Buffalo on Saturday, August 31st, what’s a football-starved city to do? This Friday, 8/23, the Wexner Center for the Arts (1871 N. High St.) offers just the taste of the gridiron to tide you over. The event begins with a tailgate at 5:30 […]

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Plan the Perfect Super Bowl Party

Jason Parks Jason Parks Plan the Perfect Super Bowl Party

This article is brought to you by the Schottenstein Real Estate Group. It’s hard to believe that football season is already coming to an end. This season has been filled with many surprises, unexpected comebacks, some amazing new players, and of course, even a few heartbreaks along the way. But now, it’s time for the […]

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Best Local Sports Team of 2012: The Buckeyes

Walker Evans Walker Evans Best Local Sports Team of 2012: The Buckeyes

After a bit of a scandal-clad season last year, the OSU Football team rose back to the top of our readers survey as the city’s best Local Sports Team. The Buckeyes closed out their first year under new head coach Urban Meyer with an impressive 12-0 record, though were disqualified from participating in any bowls […]

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The Sports Page: A Reflection on Perfection

Corey Barnes Corey Barnes The Sports Page: A Reflection on Perfection

With Saturday’s 26-21 victory over That School Up North, The Ohio State University Buckeyes did what few believed they could: capped off a perfect season. The Buckeyes won four non-conference games followed by a clean sweep of the conference to finish a sparkling 12-0. Unfortunately, because the Oakland Raiders’ third string quarterback wanted some free […]

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History Lesson: Chic Harley – the unsung hero of Columbus who had a hand in shaping OSU football

Doug Motz Doug Motz History Lesson: Chic Harley – the unsung hero of Columbus who had a hand in shaping OSU football

A great deal of this current History Lesson can be attributed to my friend Jim Flynn. He sent me an e-mail on September 12 that in part reads: Please do a piece on Columbus Underground that focuses on specifically Olde Towne East. The WOSU documentary airs on 11/12 – A piece on Olde Towne East […]

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Plenty to Play for

Corey Barnes Corey Barnes Plenty to Play for

The Ohio State University Buckeyes are in the running for a national championship. No, they are not allowed to play in the Big Ten Title game. No, they are not allowed to appear in any bowl game, BCS or otherwise. But these Buckeyes can still win a division, get a t-shirt, and potentially add another […]

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