Buckeye Newsstand, January 11

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, January 11
Several OSU football players will have to decide whether they are going to the NFL or staying for another year as a Buckeye. The first decision is in, and junior receiver Brian Robiskie is staying in Columbus. The Columbus Dispatch has the story. The Cleveland Plain Dealer also has a story on Robiskie's decision.

The women's basketball Buckeyes rallied to defeat visiting Indiana, 71-59, behind a strong effort by senior Tamarah Riley. The Dispatch has the story, as does The Associated Press (via the Zanesville Times Recorder).

Rob Oller of the Dispatch has a column on the benefits of a college football playoff system.

Terry Pluto of the Plain Dealer has a column on how critics of Jim Tressel are wrong.

Mark Gokavi of the Dayton Daily News has a column on a college football playoff and a lackluster return to Columbus for the Buckeye football team.

The Dispatch has a column by Michael Rosenberg of the Detroit Free Press on how the SEC is not a Goliath.

The AP (via the Toledo Blade) has a story on the NCAA taking on hazing of collegiate athletes.

Finally, Purdue will announce Joe Tiller's eventual successor this weekend – as early as today. The Lafayette (Ind.) Courier and Journal has a story on Eastern Kentucky head coach Danny Hope, who will eventually lead the Boilermakers. The Indianapolis Star also has a story on Hope.

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