Buckeye Newsstand, November 19

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.

Monday, November 19
With another win over Michigan and another Big Ten title behind the Buckeyes, now all that is left to be settled is where OSU will play its bowl game. The Columbus Dispatch has a story on OSU fans waiting to find out where the Buckeyes are going. The Dispatch also has a story on how rest will hope the Buckeyes' national title chances.

The Dayton Daily News has a story on who is still alive for a chance at the BCS National Championship Game. The Canton Repository has a story on OSU still having title aspirations. The Akron Beacon Journal has a story on what it would take for Ohio State to go to New Orleans, and the Toledo Blade, Lima News and Lorain Morning Journal has a similar stories.

The Dispatch has a story on running back Chris "Beanie" Wells, defensive end Vernon Gholston and defensive coordinator Jim Heacock earning accolades after the win over the Wolverines. The Dispatch also has a national college football insider and a look back at how some former Buckeyes did in the NFL Sunday.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer takes a look back at Saturday's win and hands out some Buckeye Leaves. The Plain Dealer also has a Heisman Watch.

The Mansfield News Journal has a story on OSU head coach Jim Tressel and his success vs. Michigan.

The Lima News has an OSU football notebook.

The OSU women's basketball team takes the court tonight at Value City Arena vs. Southern University. The Dispatch has a story on the Buckeyes needing to keep their composure, as well as some notes on tonight's game.

Finally, Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr has announced his retirement. The Associated Press (via the Dispatch) has a story on Carr's departure.

Bob Hunter of the Dispatch has a column on Carr's retirement. The Plain Dealer has a national college football insider, led by a note on who might replace Carr.

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