Buckeye Newsstand, December 3

Take a look at the best stories that weren't done by us. Come along as we take a trip around the 'net for all the Ohio State news that you can handle.

Friday, December 3
The Ohio State women's basketball team earned its first victory in the ACC-Big Ten challenge with a win against Virginia Thursday night. The Columbus Dispatch has a game recap.

Today is a big day for the OSU women's soccer team. The Buckeyes will face Notre Dame in the semifinals of the women's College Cup - the sport's version of the Final Four. The Dispatch has a story on the Buckeyes' belief.

Bob Hunter of the Dispatch has some OSU notes in his weekly Rumblings column, as well as his Rumblings Xtra blog entry.

The Ohio State football team placed 22 of its players on the academic All-Big Ten squad. The Dispatch has the details.

The Associated Press (via the Dayton Daily News) has a story on OSU president Gordon Gee backtracking from his previous comments on the BCS.

Finally, the Toledo Blade has a story on the city of Toledo honoring former OSU men's basketball player Jimmy Jackson.

Thursday, December 2
Ohio State president E. Gordon Gee backs off his controversial statements about non- automatic qualifying conference schools in a Columbus Dispatch story.

The Ohio State women's basketball team returns to action tonight against Virginia. The Dispatch has a story on OSU's 0-3 mark in the ACC-BigTen Challenge and has notes on tonight's game.

Doug Lesmerises of the Plain Dealer says Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor should be upset he wasn't picked All-Big Ten.

Doug Harris of the Dayton Daily News has a column on how Jim Tressel deserved to be the Big Ten coach of the year.

Finally, The Associated Press (via the Dispatch) has a story on the NCAA's ruling on Auburn quarterback Cam Newton.

Wednesday, December 1
The Columbus Dispatch has a story on Ohio State bowl speculation.

The Ohio State men's basketball team earned a non-conference road win at Florida State Tuesday night, and the Dispatch, Tallahassee Democrat and The Associated Press (via the Lorain Morning Journal) have game recaps.

The Toledo Blade has a story on Dane Sanzenbacher parodying the LeBron James "What Should I Do?" commercial.

Mark Podolski of the News-Herald has a blog entry on OSU quarterback Terrelle Pryor.

The Plain Dealer has a story on the fate of the Ohio State Football Appreciation Banquet in Cleveland.

Finally, the Dispatch has a NFL notebook, led with a note on former OSU kicker Aaron Pettrey getting waived by the Bengals. The Canton Repository has a story on Browns receiver - and former Buckeye - Brian Robiskie.

Tuesday, November 30
The Columbus Dispatch has a story on Ohio Stadium possibly getting permanent lighting.

The Dispatch and Cleveland Plain Dealer have stories on the 10 Ohio State football players earning All-Big Ten honors.

The OSU men's basketball team faces Florida State on the road tonight, and the Dispatch has some notes on the game and a story on the Buckeyes' learning curve.

The Plain Dealer also has a story on the challenge facing freshman standout Jared Sullinger against the Seminoles.

The Canton Repository and Dayton Daily News have stories on the All-Ohio high school football picks, which include OSU verbals Braxton Miller, Massillon Washington wide receiver Devin Smith and Canton GlenOak running back Bri'onte Dunn.

Monday, November 29
The Ohio State women's basketball team outlasted UNC Wilmington Sunday afternoon, and the Columbus Dispatch has a recap of the game.

The Dispatch has an OSU Insider notebook on the football team, as well as a look at how former Buckeyes fared in the NFL last week.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer has its Buckeye Leaves Notebook, National College Football Insider notebook and the Weekly Wolverine Watch.

The Lima News has a story on the Buckeyes being ready for any bowl challenge.

The Lorain Morning Journal has a story on OSU hoping for a BCS bowl. The Toledo Blade has a similar story.

Jon Spencer of the Mansfield News Journal has a column on OSU wide receiver - and YouTube sensation - Dane Sanzenbacher.

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