Buckeye Newsstand, February 20

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.

Wednesday, February 20
The Columbus Dispatch has a story on why second-generation Cuban-American Anthony Gonzalez does not think Cuban leader Fidel Casto's stepping down is a reason to celebrate.

With still no word on where Terrelle Pryor is going to go to college, the Dispatch has its Prior Watch notebook.

Jim Tressel did receive some good news on the recruiting front Tuesday when Painesville, Ohio, junior receiver Chris Fields gave OSU his verbal commitment. The Dispatch and Cleveland Plain Dealer have the story.

The Dispatch has a story on a documentary on Cleveland Glenville football coach Ted Ginn Sr.

With the NFL Combine starting soon, the Canton Repository has a story on two local athletes getting ready to participate, including OSU's Kirk Barton.

The Dispatch has a short note on the Ohio Supreme Court upholding a $2.46 million award to former OSU men's basketball head coach Jim O'Brien.

The Toledo Blade has a story on OSU men's basketball commit William Buford earning All-American honors.

Finally, Bob Hunter of the Dispatch has a column on how the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry can go too far with its generalizations.

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