On this episode of Broad & High we’ll spend the day in the life of a local ballerina, learn about the part of the Columbus Metropolitan Library you’ve probably never seen. A local artist describes her relationship with Flat Granny, and a look at the Viewpoints Mural Series in the Short North.
The Ohio State men’s basketball team tips off NCAA tournament play today against the University of Dayton, which is an interesting match-up for several reasons.
There may not be any President or Prime Ministers visiting Dayton for this year’s NCAA tournament games, but there’s still plenty of excitement surrounding the games.
As the NCAA penalties handed down to Penn State sink in over in Happy Valley following the sex abuse scandal that shocked the collegiate sports world, WOSU reports people in Columbus have strong reactions to the sanctions.
Ohio State Athletic Director Gene Smith now says 12 NCAA violations, which follow 46 secondary violations, are also minor in nature.
Ohio State, already under NCAA probation for players getting cash, tattoos and too-high summer wages, committed 46 minor violations across 21 sports since football coach Jim Tressel was forced to resign last May 30.
The early departure of OSU star forward Jared Sullinger and the rise of the freshman-led Kentucky Wildcats are raising the question of whether the NCAA or NBA require basketball players stay more than one year.
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?
The NCAA has ruled that OSU failed to monitor its football program and it has banned it from all postseason games next year. What do you think of the penalties?
The NCAA today cited Ohio State University’s football program for major violations. The Division l Committee on Infractions says OSU failed to monitor the program and it says former head coach Jim Tressel engaged in unethical conduct for not reporting NCAA rule violations.