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COLUMBUS—Ohio Humanities and the Ohio Arts Council announced this month the recognition of October as Arts and Humanities Month in Ohio by Governor Mike DeWine and Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted.

“The arts and the humanities can exist on their own. You can find pleasure in a work of art without understanding its meaning or study a historical event without images,” said Ohio Humanities Executive Director Rebecca Brown Asmo.

“But together, the arts and the humanities are the gateway to understanding our world and each other and addressing our most formidable challenges.”

“We are so appreciative of Gov. DeWine, Lt. Gov. Husted, and Ohio’s many elected officials who demonstrate their consistent, meaningful, and bipartisan support for the arts and humanities, this month and every month,” said Ohio Arts Council Executive Director Donna S. Collins. “Having strong, public support encourages all those who work in the arts and humanities as we exhibit our resilience in these difficult times.”

First established in 1993, National Arts and Humanities Month is celebrated each October by thousands of arts and cultural organizations, multiple communities and states across the country, the White House, and Congress. In Ohio, the nonprofit arts and culture sector generates $41 billion annually and supports nearly 290,000 jobs statewide in addition to enhancing and enriching the life of every Ohioan.

To celebrate, we encourage you to have a conversation with your family about the arts and humanities or visit a museum or historical location near you. To learn more about the arts and humanities sectors in Ohio and find arts and culture events near you, please visit the Ohio Humanities and Ohio Arts Council websites.

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Tom Brady has emphatic reaction on Instagram to Michigans dominant win over Ohio State

Former Michigan quarterback Tom Brady was undoubtedly thrilled after the Wolverines upset Ohio State and took to Instagram to voice his pleasure. 

NFL quarterback Tom Brady played his college football at the University of Michigan and, as such, faced off against Ohio State every year. After the Wolverines finally defeated the rival Buckeyes 42-27 for the first time since 2011, Brady was nonetheless thrilled and took to social media to voice his excitement.

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Brady can be heard cheering as running back Hassan Haskins hurdles over Ohio State defensive back Cameron Brown on a day where Haskins scored five touchdowns to send the Wolverines to the Big 10 Championship Game against the Iowa Hawkeyes.

Following the game, fans in Ann Arbor stormed the field to commemorate the historical moment while fellow Michigan alumni, like Brady, joined in the fun both on the field and from a distance. Among them, basketball head coach Juwan Howard, who shared a hug with head coach Jim Harbaugh following the victory.

Tom Brady celebrated the Michigan Wolverines victory over the Ohio State Buckeyes with pure ecstasy and joy

Tom Brady attended Michigan for five years; as such, his career record against Ohio State is 4-1. However, as a starter against the Columbus Crew, he went 1-1. As a junior, the Buckeyes took the win by a score of 31-16. In his final contest against them, Brady got the last laugh with a 24-17 victory, en route to finishing his college career with a 35-34 win over Shaun Alexander and Alabama in the Orange Bowl.

Since Brady’s departure, the only quarterbacks to have beaten Ohio State are Drew Henson, Denard Robinson, and now Cade McNamara. Both Henson and Robinson had stellar stats in their victories, while McNamara played more of a game manager role and allowed Haskins and co. to run the ball effectively.

It’s been a long time coming for Michigan fans, a decade in the making. If this is Brady’s reaction to beating Ohio State, what would it sound like if the Wolverines were to win the Big 10 Championship or potentially make noise in the College Football Playoff?

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