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Ohio State basketball was in some trouble in January. They lost games they should not have. They not only lost them, they looked terrible. Dropping six games in January, the Buckeyes seem to be back on track. With wins over Iowa and Wisconsin, the Buckeyes are once again in position to compete near the top of the Big Ten conference.

A Tale Of Two Streaks: The Columbus Blue Jackets

Jan 30, 2014

The Columbus Blue Jackets were the hottest team in all of hockey last week, now they look uninspired and lost. What exactly are the Columbus Blue Jackets? Are they contenders or are they pretenders? 

The Struggle To Fill Nationwide Arena

Jan 17, 2014
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This week on the After The Score Podcast we pose an uncomfortable question surrounding the Columbus Blue Jackets: why can’t Nationwide Arena sell out? 

Aftermath of the NHL Lockout

Jan 7, 2013

11:00 After a 113-day NHL lockout that began Sept. 16 and forced the cancellation of 625 games, players are getting ready to suit up for a shortened season.  This hour we'll discuss the impact of the lockout on fans, the city, and the league. Guests

  • Aaron Portzline, sports reporter for the Columbus Dispatch
  • Brian E. Owen, CEO and Chairman of NRG Reserach Group
  • James Mirtle, sports reporter for the Globe and Mail

11:00 Yesterday, a proposal was announced that would help keep the Columbus Blue Jackets in Columbus until at least 2039. Under the proposal, money generated from the new casino would be used to help pay for Nationwide Arena, the Blue Jackets home. Today we'll hear from a few Columbus reporters, and get their thoughts about the proposed deal. Guests:

The Blue Jackets Home

Jul 20, 2010

Options being considered by Columbus City and Franklin County officials to protect existing economic development in the Arena District and retain the Blue Jackets hockey team, with Business First reporter <strong>Jeff Bell</strong> and The Ohio State University (OSU) finance professor emeritus <strong>Stephen Buser</strong>. Related Items: