Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
What’s shocked you the most: four Ohio schools making it to the Sweet 16, number-two seeds Duke and Missouri losing their first game, or something else?
They’re barred from competing in games, but nine men are officially part of the Ohio State women’s basketball team.
Which teams do you think will make it to the final rounds in New Orleans and Denver?
Even though both of Ohio State University’s basketball teams lost their tournament games over the weekend, university administrators and tourism officials in Columbus are still active. As WOSU’s Steve Brown reports, they’re preparing a bid to get more tournament games in Columbus.
Some fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers in Central Ohio plan to throw away their jerseys of Lebron James. The Akron native announced last night he was leaving his Cleveland team to play for the Miami Heat. For many the love affair with the basketball star is over.
First round NCAA Basketball Tournament games began Friday in Columbus. Fans from the eastern part of the country are flocked to the Arena District. Some were thrilled to participate in the March Madness while others are hoped for an underdog victory.
The NCAA has put Ohio State on three years’ probation for violations in its men’s basketball program.
Jim O’Brien took the stand today in the first day of his wrongful termination suit against Ohio State. The former men’s basketball coach is suing the University for at least 3-and-a-half million dollars in back pay and benefits.
The NCAA has found three Ohio State University athletic programs violated a total of 9 NCAA rules. Most of the allegations involve the men’s basketball team, but the women’s basketball team and the football team were also cited.
Ohio State says it will not let its men’s basketball team to play in the NCAA or NIT tournaments this season. The university’s president and athletic director say the self-imposed sanction is because of $6,000 that they say former coach Jim O’Brien paid to a recruit in violation of NCAA rules.