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BuckeyeNation Week in Review
Congrats to former pancake specialist Orlando Pace, who will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Are the Buckeyes lagging on the offensive line in recruiting? Not really, writes Brad Bournival. This 2014 class looks pretty deep.
Ohio State defensive backs are giving their eyes and brains a workout, too.
A former Georgia Tech receiver will walk on at Ohio State, but must sit out 2013.
A running back from Texas football power Dallas Carter has an Ohio State offer.
Bournival breaks down the three offered 2014 QBs.
In this week's mailbag, Bournival answers a lot of quarterback questions.
A 2015 Florida State QB commit from Jacksonville got an OSU offer.
A Pennsylvania athlete thought recruiting would slow down a bit after he named a top four (which includes Ohio State). But just the opposite happened, writes Josh Moyer.
A breakdown of the top 10 camp performers last weekend in Chicago. Several Buckeyes targets participated.
Jared Shanker looks at the ways Big Ten schools can sell themselves on the recruiting trail.
The undrafted Buckeyes looking to latch on in the NFL face long odds, writes Bob Hunter. (Dispatch)
Jake Stoneburner is among that group, and he's using it as motivation. (The-Ozone.net)
Dennis Dodd believes Ohio State will break the SEC's national title stranglehold. (CBS)
The Buckeyes might have given the SEC some bulletin-board material, too. (SI.com)
Eddie George talked about the current Buckeyes and his career at a scholarship dinner. (Lima News)
As Ohio State highlight videos go, this one is pretty darn comprehensive. (Land Grant Holy Land)
Ohio State will host Maryland in next season's Big Ten-ACC Challenge. (Plain Dealer)
The Gang's All Here
Athletic director Gene Smith had a wide-ranging Q&A with the Columbus Dispatch.
The OSU athletic department spends the second-most of any athletic department and makes the second-most.
Nick Swisher is playing up his Ohio State roots with the Indians. (SB Nation)
The men's lacrosse team won a conference title.
How to make a successful O-H-I-O photo. (Eleven Warriors)
And President Obama played to the crowd at last Sunday's commencement ceremony. (Eleven Warriors)