6:05, Sports Talk
Jack Johnson, Columbus Blue Jackets, 6:30
Steve Wolter, Sports Investments, in-studio, 8pm
Shot clock for Ohio HS basketball?
Hue Jackson on Andy Dalton
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Did you miss our Wednesday night debate?
What if MLB shortened games to 7 innings?
From ESPN Insider:
MLB executive: "I think they ought to change the games to seven innings," he said.
Olney: Seven innings? You mean, in each game? Seven innings instead of nine?
Executive: "Seven innings," he said again, and he went on to explain that if baseball adopted this, it could represent a tonic for all the problems he sees.
Attention Meijer shoppers!
The preseason schedule is out
Time for a shot clock in Ohio H.S. basketball?
OHSAA surveying coaches about shot clock, National Federation of State High School Association's Basketball Rules Committee will consider.
Q/A: Will there ever be a shot clock in Ohio?
Washington Post: Does a shot clock in high school basketball really make a difference?
Numbers suggest high school shot clock doesn't necessarily mean more scoring.
Michigan team wins state title by holding ball for seven straight minutes.
Alabama HS girls team leads 3-1 at half, wins state title 15-3.
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Congrats to the Columbus Blue Jackets, playoff bound for the 2nd time in franchise history.
DALLAS, TX - APRIL 09: Jared Boll #40 of the Columbus Blue Jackets skates the puck past Jordie Benn #24 of the Dallas Stars in the second period at American Airlines Center on April 9, 2014 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)