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BuckeyeNation Week in Review
Brad Bournival reviewed Ohio State's recruiting at the quarter pole in the 2014 cycle.
An offensive tackle prospect new to the game already has interest from Ohio State and Michigan.
Bournival talked to Ted Ginn Sr. about the Cleveland Glenville pipeline to Ohio State.
A player potentially in that pipeline is safety Erick Smith.
An updated look at the top five cornerbacks on Ohio State's list.
A Florida linebacker added Ohio State to his top list.
Six other scholarship offers went out on Wednesday.
Former Ohio State lineman LeShun Daniels has a sophomore son with Big Ten offers.
Linebacker Ryan Shazier talked about the Buckeyes on "College Football Live."
Big Ten assistant coach salaries are growing, writes Adam Rittenberg.
Mitch Sherman wrote about how Urban Meyer continues to cast his shadow over the SEC in recruiting.
The Big Ten's 2013 bowl schedule was announced.
In this week's recruiting mailbag, Bournival covers 2014 quarterbacks, the class size and the offensive line.
In a video, former Buckeyes player Ray Small apologized to fans for his role in the memorabilia scandal. (Eleven Warriors, YouTube)
The homecoming game will be Oct. 19 against Iowa. (Dispatch)
Jake Stoneburner believes he has landed in a great spot in Green Bay. (Eleven Warriors)
Eleven Warriors is dreaming of future nonconference opponents.
Want a plaster Urban Meyer? (Eleven Warriors)
Deshaun Thomas didn't have a great NBA combine. (Dispatch)
Ohio State signee Mark Loving was named a Parade All-American.
The Gang's All Here
The Big Ten is getting more like the SEC every day, and this is in a good way. TBDBITL will travel to four road games this year, which is three more than in the past. The band will go to Cal, Purdue, Illinois and Michigan. (Toledo Blade)
The men's tennis team lost in the NCAA semifinals. (Lantern)
On the individual side, men's tennis junior Blaz Rlad advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals. (Dispatch)