Buckeye Newsstand, December 28

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 28
The Columbus Dispatch has a story on the things Kirk Barton does during games that sometimes go unnoticed.

The Dispatch also has a note on how Donald Washington is practicing with the Buckeyes, but his status is still unclear.

The Dayton Daily News has a story on long snapper Jackson Haas, who recently lost a cousin in Iraq.

The Akron Beacon Journal has a story on how the Buckeyes are the team many love to hate. The Lorain Morning Journal has a similar story.

The Canton Repository has a story on how Brian Hartline's family cannot help him much in the title game.

The Lima News has a story on the Buckeyes weighing in on the debate on whether they have enough speed to keep up with LSU.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer has a story on Browns fans hoping for a big game by Anthony Gonzalez as the Indianapolis Colts hold Cleveland's NFL playoff hopes in their hands.

The Associated Press (via the Toledo Blade) has a note on the two OSU band members who will dot the i during Script Ohio at the title game.

The Dayton Daily News has a story on a rematch between Ted Ginn Jr. and former Michigan cornerback Leon Hall when the Cincinnati Bengals travel to Miami to take on the Dolphins. The Cincinnati Enquirer also has a story on Ginn.

The Dispatch has a national college football notebook.

The Associated Press (via the Dayton Daily News) has a story on the Buckeyes and Tigers getting Nintendo Wiis as a gift for playing in the BCS National Championship Game.

Finally, Bob Hunter of the Dispatch has his weekly Rumblings column.

Down on the Bayou
The Baton Rouge (La.) Advocate has a story on how LSU safety Craig Steltz is hoping to end his college career with a BCS title. The Advocate also has a LSU football notebook.

The Shreveport (La.) Times has a story on the Tigers getting back to practice.

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