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Nick Swisher goes O-H-I-O after home run

How did former Ohio State star Nick Swisher celebrate his first home run of the 2014 season? With an O-H-I-O after crossing home plate, obviously. Swisher drilled the homer in Cleveland’s 7-2 home win over Minnesota on Friday, and he finished the game 2-for-5 with three RBI. Watch Swisher form O-H-I-O and see a photo of it in this post. Nick Swisher = #buckeyeforlife A video posted by Brutus Buckeye (@brutus_buckeye) on Apr 4, 2014 at 7:41pm PDT BRO-H-I-O! Nick Swisher goes yard in Tribe's home-opener and celebrates as only a BUCKEYE could… #GoBucks A photo posted by Brutus Buckeye

Zach Bohannon takes selfie with every Final Four coach

Wisconsin reserve Zach Bohannon is taking advantage of his first trip to the Final Four. The senior spent Thursday walking around AT&T Stadium taking selfies of himself with each Final Four coach and other familiar faces. See Bohannon’s picture of him with Florida’s Billy Donovan UConn’s Kevin Ollie, Kentucky’s John Calipari and, of course, Wisconsin’s Bo Ryan in this post. I hit for the cycle! #Selfies #FinalFour — Zach Bohannon (@ZBohannon) April 3, 2014 There’s also these selfies: W #POTUS #43 #Selfies — Zach Bohannon (@ZBohannon) April 4, 2014 Based on his career aspirations, this selfie with George

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NBA draft analyst weighs in on Big Ten prospects

Three Big Ten players have announced they are going pro, including Indiana’s Noah Vonleh, the Big Ten Freshman of the Year, and Ohio State’s LaQuinton Ross. Other Big Ten stars have a decision looming, and the deadline is April 27. Who will stay, and who will go? I asked NBA draft analyst Ed Isaacson for his Big Ten draft thoughts. [ MORE: Tom Dienhart offers his Big Ten NBA draft predictions ] What do you think of LaQuinton Ross and Noah Vonleh’s decisions to leave for the NBA? Ed Isaacson: Neither is ready, but both could go to situations

Barack Obama eats lunch at Zingerman's

If you weren’t hungry, you will be after reading this: Barack Obama was in Ann Arbor on Wednesday, and as everyone must do while on Michigan’s campus, the President went to Zingerman’s for lunch. His order: A Reuben sandwich. See a few pictures of Obama’s visit to Zingerman’s in this post. President Obama visits #Zingermans Deli! @minimumwagebiz — Zingerman's (@zingermans) April 2, 2014 Obama orders a classic Reuben sandwich at a shop in Ann Arbor, Michigan. — Jeff Mason (@jeffmason1) April 2, 2014 How was the sandwich? "The Reuben is killer." —President Obama on @Zingermans in Michigan —

OSU's Ed Warinner cracks jokes about rival Michigan

Coaches love to fire up the home fanbase when they speak at fundraisers. The latest example comes from Ohio State offensive line coach Ed Warinner, who spoke at the team’s spring football kickoff luncheon on Wednesday. Warinner delighted the crowd with a couple jokes at heated rival Michigan’s expense. See the jokes in this post. Ed Warinner: "If you're worried about Wolverine fans, just move to Pasadena. You'll never have to deal with 'em." — Marcus Hartman (@marcushartman) April 2, 2014 Warinner on lost playbooks in Michigan: "I heard Brady was upset because he hadn't finished coloring them." — Marcus

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Badgers to get hometown TV crew for semifinal

For the first time in the history of the NCAA tournament, fans will have a choice when it comes to the broadcasting crew for the Final Four. CBS Sports and TBS are conducting an television experiment for Saturday night’s semifinal games, one in which fans can choose between the national crew (Jim Nantz, Greg Anthony and Steve Kerr), on TBS, and a hometown crew, on TNT and truTV. [ MORE: Final Four teams will get hometown announcers for semifinal games ] Wisconsin’s hometown broadcast team, which can be found on truTV, will consist of BTN personalities Wayne Larrivee and

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Photo: Big Ten fans will like results of ESPN poll

ESPN asked this simple poll question today: Which team are you rooting for to win the men’s college basketball national title? The results were interesting and pretty humorous. The interesting: Wisconsin led the way, with 37 percent of the votes, at the time of the picture below. The humorous: Only one state was rooting for Kentucky. See the poll results in this post. [ MORE: Get all of our Wisconsin Final Four coverage ] How we won the West. — UW-Madison (@UWMadison) March 31, 2014 Knowing how much Indiana fans dislike Kentucky, it’s unknown if Badger or Hoosier fans

Chris Paul, Clippers host Patrick McCaffery

Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers play at the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night. One might ask what that has to do with the Big Ten, and he or she would be right. Thanks to Paul, though, there’s an important Iowa angle to the event. [ MORE: Read story | View pictures ] You see, Patrick McCaffery, the 14-year-old son of Fran McCaffery who recently had surgery to remove a thyroid tumor, is a big Paul fan. Three weeks after Patrick and family learned the tumor was malignant, the NBA superstar and Clippers hosted the McCafferys before

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Photo: Look at Bo Ryan's suit in this vintage shot

It’s not Thursday, but, boy, was there a Throwback Thursday-worthy Bo Ryan photo tweeted out Monday. Ryan is the man in the middle, the one wearing glasses, an oversized bow tie and plaid pants. Young Bo Ryan had some style. Bow tie and plaid pants style. #Badgers — Jordan Schelling (@jordanschelling) March 31, 2014 We’re not sure what year this photo was taken, howver it’s funny how much Ryan’s style has changed. The gameday attire above is anything but conservative, the word that might best describe Ryan’s current wardrobe. About Brent Yarina senior editor Brent Yarina covers

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Video: Our top 15 Wisconsin basketball clips

With Wisconsin off to its first Final Four since 2000, we decided to compile a list of our most-watched 2013-14 Wisconsin videos. From Frank Kaminsky’s program-record 43 points vs. North Dakota to Traevon Jackson’s game-winner vs. Michigan State and from Bo Ryan’s reaction to 700 wins to Nigel Hayes’ “Chocolate Thunder” interview, we have the top 15 videos, in chronological order, in this post. [ MORE: Behind-the-scenes look at Wisconsin’s Final Four run ] Sam Dekker baseline jam vs Florida: Frank Kaminsky scores Wisconsin-record 43 points vs. North Dakota: Sam Dekker behind-the-back dunk vs. North Dakota: Bo Ryan has food