After the Score

Fridays at 6:30pm and Saturdays at 6am on 89.7 NPR News

After the Score takes an in-depth look at the sports landscape in Columbus and throughout Ohio without the rants. The show airs at 6:30pm Fridays and 6am Saturdays on 89.7 NPR News. It is also published each week in podcast. Listen through the WOSU Public Media Mobile app.

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Cleveland Cavaliers home court prior to a game
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The Cavaliers make a great start to the playoffs, an OSU student makes the track team thanks to a halftime competition, and Columbus Crew SC start a new season. 

The Blue Jackets are watching the playoffs from home, but fans are still optimistic about next season.

This week on After The Score the guys talk about the Cincinnati Reds, an exhibit on Rare Baseball Films and Ohio State spring practice.

Steve Brown and Thomas Bradley talk about Ohio State basketball s season, March Madness, a point-shaving scandal in Toledo and the Cleveland Indians.

The Ohio State Buckeyes are past their first round opponent of VCU, but Arizona waits in the wings. The Buckeye Wrestling team is making a push at a National Championship. And a table-tennis club near the university district is the oldest hidden gem in Columbus

The Ohio State football team hits the practice field while the Buckeye basketball team prepares for the heart of tournament season.

Some of the world’s strongest men were once in Columbus over the weekend for the annual Arnold Sports Festival. Thomas and Steve talk to the editor in chief at Fit Columbus.

Should freshmen be eligible to play collegiate sports? Is there reasoning behind proposing this rule to NCAA member schools? We’ll also talk with the head coach of the OSU women’s basketball team, Kevin McGuff.

John Havlicek is being inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame. Steve Brown and Thomas Bradley talk to Bob Ryan of the Boston Globe about Havlicek’s career as a Buckeye and as a Boston Celtic.

A quarter century ago James Buster Douglas knocked out Mike Tyson. Steve Brown chats with Tim May about that fight, 25 years ago in Tokyo. Thomas Bradley catches up with Grant Miller about OSU hockey. Should Pete Rose be allowed in the Hall of Fame?