Buckeye Newsstand, November 6

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.

Tuesday, November 6
The Columbus Dispatch has a story on what might be the most important question to Buckeye football fans and fans across the country – who's No. 2? The Dispatch also has some notes on the contenders in the race for one of the two top BCS spots.

The Lorain Morning Journal has a story on how it might be best for the Buckeyes to face and SEC team in the title game, assuming both OSU and LSU make it there.

The Canton Repository has a story on former Buckeye and Cleveland Brown Dick Schafrath, who recently earned his OSU degree at age 69 after taking the advice of Buckeye head coach Jim Tressel.

The Mansfield News Journal has a story on OSU defensive end Vernon Gholston.

The Dispatch has an OSU football notebook. The Dayton Daily News has a short note on another honor for linebacker James Laurinaitis.

The Canton Repository has a story on this weekend's game and how it might be a trap game before the showdown with Michigan.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer has its weekly Hey, Doug! OSU mailbox.

As the OSU men's basketball team prepares to host Findlay tonight at Value City Arena, the Dispatch has a story on how exhibition games can be upsetting. The Dispatch also has a national college basketball notebook.

The Lima News has a story on how Thad Matta's Buckeyes will have to start over this season, but they'll do so near the top.

The Herald News of the Chicago area has a story on OSU women's hockey defenseman being named to the 2007 U.S. Women's Select Team.

About Illinois
The Bloomington (Ill.) Pantagraph has a story on what Illinois will have to do to know off the Buckeyes.

The State Journal-Register of Springfield, Ill., has an Illinois football notebook.

The Dispatch has a story on the improvement the Fighting Illini has made under head coach Ron Zook.

The Dayton Daily News has a story on the respect Illinois has for No. 1 Ohio State.


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