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Marching 110 goes viral; #TrumpWon didn't start in Russia

Here’s what you need to know for Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016:

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  • The Marching 110 went viral again. (The Post)
  • Southeast Ohio’s version of Burning Man kicks off this week. (The Post)

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As is to be expected, there was some internet fallout from Monday’s presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

It’s hard to say definitively who won the debate, but yesterday one Twitter hashtag did just that, and it caused a ruckus in the process.

On Tuesday morning, #TrumpWon was trending on Twitter — a fact that the candidate himself let us know about. But later in the day an image started picking up steam which alleged the hashtag started in Russia:

As it turns out, that is almost definitely not the case. The image purports to be from, and a spokesperson for the website told The Washington Post that Trendsmap’s data does not indicate the hashtag started in Russia.

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Scores and Game Times

None to report. But ahead of this weekend’s Battle of the Bricks football game against Miami, The Post took a look at some potential pitfalls for the Bobcats.

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