Game day forecast: Light, northerly winds

In the interest of full disclosure and not getting olfactorily smug, OSU Extension’s own Ohio Trees bulletin describes the bark of the Ohio buckeye as “ill-smelling when bruised.” And the National Arbor Day Foundation says, “Ohio buckeye is seldom used as a street tree because of the odor it produces when damaged, giving it the popular name of fetid buckeye.”

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