The Columbus Dispatch has the latest in the Art Schlichter case.
Ohio State beat writer Doug Lesmerises of the Cleveland Plain Dealer says it would be a surprise if freshman Braxton Miller starts this fall in a Starting Blocks TV video.
The Dispatch has a brief story on the Ohio State baseball team as it begins a weekend series tonight at Indiana.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association Board of Directors unanimously denied a proposal to allow spring football practice, and the Mansfield News Journal has a story on the decision.
Finally, Bob Hunter of the Dispatch has some OSU related notes in his weekly Rumblings column.
The Canton Repository reports that NFL draft guru Mel Kiper is projecting Terrelle Pryor as a tight end at the next level.
The Plain Dealer has a basketball notebook, led with a note on Dallas Lauderdale's upcoming opportunity to impress NBA scouts at the Portsmouth (Va.) Invitational Tournament.
The Omaha Nighthawks have placed former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett on its protected list according to The Associated Press (via the Plain Dealer).
Finally, the Mansfield News Journal has the latest on a proposal that would allow Ohio high school football coaches to conduct 10 hours of non-mandatory workouts in the spring.
Wednesday, April 6
The Columbus Dispatch has a story on the battle for the two open starting quarterback spots.
The Dispatch has a college basketball notebook, led with a note on Ohio State assistant coach Jeff Boals being a leading candidate for the head coaching job at Fresno State.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer has a story on the recent episode of the television program "Pawn Stars," during which a pair of Gold Pants was sold.
The Plain Dealer has a Starting Blocks TV video with columnist Bill Livingston on Jared Sullinger.
The Associated Press (via the Dayton Daily News) has the latest on the Mike Vrabel incident.
Finally, the Dispatch has a recap of the Ohio State baseball exhibition game vs. the Columbus Clippers and rehabbing Indians outfielder Grady Sizemore.
Tuesday, April 5
The Toledo Blade has a story on former Ohio State defensive lineman Cameron Heyward as he prepares for this month's NFL draft.
The Associated Press (via the Columbus Dispatch) has the latest of the arrest and subsequent theft charge against Mike Vrabel stemming from an alleged theft from a riverboat casino in Indiana.
Finally, the Dispatch reports that Cleveland Indians outfielder Grady Sizemore will suit up for the Columbus Clippers for an exhibition tonight against the Ohio State baseball team.
Monday, April 4
The Columbus Dispatch looks at the men who will try to answer the biggest question the Ohio State football team will face in 2011: Who will replace Terrelle Pryor at quarterback for the first five games.
The Ohio State baseball team won a wild game against Northwestern Sunday afternoon, and the Dispatch has a brief recap.
Former Ohio State basketball assistant Archie Miller is the new head coach at Dayton. The Dayton Daily News has a story on his hire.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer has a story on OSU president E. Gordon Gee, who is still the highest paid public university president in the nation.
Finally, Bob Hunter of the Dispatch has a column on the possible end of this dominant era of Ohio State football.