Here’s what you need to know for Wednesday, April 19:
- West Side Wingery is moving to its sister location, The Fluff. (The Post)
- Shaggy, the artist behind “It Wasn’t Me,” will play Thursday in the Baker Center Ballroom. (The Post)
He’s Ohio University football’s all-time sack leader, and now, the namesake of a drink at an uptown coffee shop.
Brenen’s Coffee Cafe is serving up an espresso drink called "The Basham," named for Tarell Basham, the high-achieving Bobcat defensive end and possible NFL draftee. Per Twitter:
Seriously...once you've made the @Brenens menu, is there anything left to accomplish? . Good luck next week @TarellBasham pic.twitter.com/3HAH4T9tre— Brenen's Coffee Cafe (@Brenens) April 17, 2017
Next week, Basham could become the highest-drafted Bobcat of all time. The 6’4” Virginia native is projected to go in the third round. The draft begins next Thursday.
Basham was also the centerpiece of a humorous bit of marketing for OU Athletics in 2014. Watch him in “Tarell Basham: Office Enforcer.”
Consider bringing an umbrella today. There’ll be a 40 percent chance of thunderstorms and a high of 74 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
Sports and Game Times
Softball fell to Marshall on Tuesday night.
Baseball plays Marshall tonight.
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A previous version of this story incorrectly stated when Shaggy would be performing. He will be performing Thursday at 6 p.m.The article has been updated with the most accurate information.