We wrapped up the spring and cast a net for a 2014 quarterback. This is Across The Field, a regular feature on BuckeyeNation where we point you to noteworthy Buckeyes coverage here and elsewhere. Think something should be included? Send it to email@example.com.
BuckeyeNation Week in Review
As part of the Big Ten Blog's package wrapping up spring ball, Austin Ward wrapped up the Buckeyes' efforts.
Brian Fremeau of Football Outsiders projected the 2013 Big Ten standings.
The Buckeyes will have three prime-time games on ESPN/ABC in 2013, two at home.
A look at the Big Ten schools' recruiting at the quarter pole of the 2014 cycle.
Brad Bournival took an early look on how the Buckeyes could round out the 2014 class.
Can Ohio State land five linebackers in this truncated class? The short answer: Yes.
Adam Rittenberg talked to B1G commissioner Jim Delany about realignment.
ESPN's Brock Huard believes in Braxton Miller's pro potential.
Bournival was a guest on this week's B1G Official Visit.
Ward chats with fans every Thursday at 2 p.m. ET in SportsNation. Here's this week's archive.
In this week's mailbag, Bournival answers questions about 2014 quarterbacks, Ohio State's perceived slow start in recruiting and which QB in the class is best for the Buckeyes.
Urban Meyer sees some drawbacks in the new playoff system. (Dispatch)
More night games on the schedule appears inevitable, writes Bob Hunter. (Dispatch)
Now in prime time, that Northwestern road game on Oct. 5 is looking huge. (The-Ozone.net)
Eleven Warriors had a lengthy Q&A with AD Gene Smith on the new divisions, scheduling and more.
Jim Tressel played in a charity basketball game outside Youngstown that was put on by Maurice Clarett. (Eleven Warriors, with photo)
And Saturday night was Jim Tressel bobblehead night in Akron. (CBS)
New Big Ten bowl tie-ins seem likely. (Land Grant Holy Land)
A new football-related business is coming to Columbus: Home rentals for game weekends. (Plain Dealer)
The Buckeyes finished at No. 37 in the 2013 ESPN recruiting class rankings. Of course, they had only two scholarship spots available.
Amber Stokes signed with the San Antonio Silver Stars of the WNBA. (OSU)
The Gang's All Here
Sunday is graduation day at Ohio State, with a ton of extra security measures because of the speaker. (Plain Dealer)
Ohio State's baseball team has a solid bullpen, led by a deceptive closer. (Dispatch)
Katie Borchers broke her own school record in the 800. (OSU)
The men's lacrosse team won in the ECAC tournament for the first time. (Lantern)