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Good Bucks Charms

OSU alums find power in numbers for biggest game of the year.

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Ohio State Buckeye fans lead the cheers over beer and apps tonight, when Coach Jim Tressel and his top-ranked Scarlet and Gray tangle with No. 2 Louisiana State Tigers in the BCS championship football game in New Orleans. And the loudest booster section will be heard in the Warehouse District, where the 40-and-under alumni of the Young Buckeyes of Greater Cleveland social group will meet for beer specials and a free buffet before the 8 p.m. kickoff. "The Buckeyes will be partying once again, as we do for every other game and all the other bowl games in years past," says Bob Aber, the club's founder and president. "Every year, we're pretty much packed out." Doors open at 5 tonight at the Dive Bar, 1214 West Sixth Street. Admission is free. Call 216-621-7827 or visit www.myspace/divebarcleveland.
Mon., Jan. 7, 5 p.m., 2008

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