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The Blue Jackets cling to a playoff spot, college athletics is at a crossroads and the Final Four is set.

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The Reds and Indians are set to start a new season with hopes of returning to the post season, wrestler Logan Stieber makes Ohio State history with his third national title and we see how well our brackets fared after the first weekend of March Madness.

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A Columbus-area high school is closing, but we won t soon forget the athletic achievements of the school. The Blue Jackets are in a tight battle for the playoffs. March Madness is underway. This week's episode of After The Score is packed with sporting news.

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The Blue Jackets face one of the scariest moments in recent sports history, the Buckeye football team is gearing up for next season and the Ohio State basketball team is ready for a couple of March tournaments.

Senior point guard Aaron Craft joins WOSU Public Media’s Steve Brown and Thomas Bradley to talk about his career at Ohio State. Craft has stolen and harassed his way into the permanent memory of OSU basketball fans. The pesky senior point guard known for his great defense plays his final game in Value City Arena on Sunday. We caught up with him to talk about his four years at OSU, Taco Tuesdays and being one of the most hated college players in recent history. Craft and fellow senior Lenzelle Smith Jr. are preparing for their final regular season game as a college basketball player. Is there truth to the rumor that Craft could pull a “Greg Paulus” and play some college football this year?

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A gold-medal experience from a former Buckeye, a sexual assault case from the University of Michigan and the state of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Join Steve Brown and Thomas Bradley for this week's episode of After The Score.

If a scenario plays out that Team USA is eliminated from Olympic hockey, don’t be surprised to see a ton of midwesterners rooting for Russia in the Olympics. Why is that? 

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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? 

Steve Grant

Can Ohio State Basketball right the ship? They have lost four straight conference games and are a long way off from their No. 3 ranking they held just weeks ago.