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BCS Championship Game Analysis

Posted Tuesday, January 9, 2007

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Well, the college football season is over, and there's nothing left in Glendale but memories. The Buckeyes are seven-point favorites over the Gators, and, odds are, if you're a fan, you know exactly where you're watching the game. On The Sound of Ideas, we'll take a look at the BCS Championship game with the Beacon Journal's Terry Pluto, and the Glenville High School Athletic Director who's been watching some of the Buckeyes top players since they were in high school. Also, a changing of the guard brings a new focus on ethics. That's Tuesday morning at nine on 90.3.



Buckeye Aftermath - Terry Pluto, Akron Beacon Journal; Gretchen Taylor, Athletic Director, Glenville High School. Ethics - Geoffrey Mearns, dean, CSU Marshall College of Law.

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