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Week in Review
For mid-June, it was a busy launch week here in BuckeyeNation:
The "juice" around the program is quenching the fans' thirst.
Zach Smith was born to be a Buckeyes coach.
Tom Tupa is back in his hometown, coaching his sons.
Cam Burrows is already hearing (and feeding) the Michigan rivalry.
Noah Spence is coming to Columbus full of expectations.
Ohio's rule limiting 7-on-7 camps during the school year is debated.
QB recruit J.T. Barrett is headed to the Elite 11 camp.
Urban Meyer got his future punter to commit.
The spring game could move to Cincinnati next spring.
The news was great from the classroom.
Meyer's contract allows for bonuses, even on probation.
If you follow Jared Sullinger on Twitter, you've been seeing a lot of workout photos. He's working hard to show that he's healthy heading into Thursday's draft, where he's become a compelling figure. (Dispatch)
And few are talking about William Buford after a poor NBA combine. (Dispatch)
Deshaun Thomas is back for his junior season, and he's impressing on the camp circuit this summer. (ESPN)
Want tickets for the Carrier Classic game in November in Charleston, S.C.? Good luck, or pull out that checkbook. (Dispatch)
Former coach Jim Tressel will be inducted into the Greater Cleveland Sports Hall of Fame this September. (Plain Dealer)
Freshman cornerback Tyvis Powell committed the day after Tressel's resignation, and there was never any doubt about where he'd go to school. (Buckeye Empire)
Meyer, in a radio interview in Indianapolis, says he likes the program's momentum. (theOzone.net)
Former OSU standout Alonzo Spellman was released from jail in Oklahoma this week. (AP)
Former commit Alex Anzalone looks to be down to Notre Dame and Florida. (ESPN)
The Gang's All Here
Ohio State named a men's track and field coach. (OSU)
The lacrosse team placed eight on the league's all-academic team. (OSU)
A former OSU soccer standout is on the Honduras roster for the Olympics. (OSU)
There are seven current or former Buckeyes pursuing gold in London. ( Lantern)
That includes sophomore fencer and OSU male athlete of the year Zain Shaito, who will compete for Lebanon. (Lantern)
Fans still can vote for the design of Ohio State's official football season T-shirt. (OSU)