Linemen, WRs, DBs lead the way in Ohio
I attacked Ohio from three sides this year. First, I came in from the southwest, hitting Cincinnati and Dayton. Later, I came in from the south heading straight north on my way to Akron and Canton. And finally, I came in from the northeast to hit Youngstown, Cleveland and Columbus.
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