The Ohio State University Jazz Ensemble (Kris Keith conducting) and the Jazz Lab Ensemble (Mike Smith conducting) present their joint opening concert of the academic year. Selections performed will reflect many facets of American big-band repertoire over its nearly 100-year history. Join us!
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Michigan State vs. Rutgers: Scouting report, prediction
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Ohio State's football opener will be unique scene at Ohio Stadium with no fans or band
With almost none of the usual pageantry, Ohio State's football opener Saturday against Nebraska will have a surreal feel.
With no band and no fans except family, Ohio State football opener will be a surreal one
With almost none of the usual pageantry, Ohio State's football opener against Nebraska will have a surreal feel.