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Sept. 12, 2012

Ohio State football: Stoneburner makes amends on, off field

Dispatch.com – Just because Jake Stoneburner was in Urban Meyer’s doghouse this summer didn’t mean the coach had written him off as untrustworthy.

California-Ohio St. Preview
CBSSports.com
While Urban Meyer likes what he’s seen so far from Braxton Miller, the first-year Ohio State coach wants his quarterback to concentrate more on the passing game. For Miller to do that, the rest of the Buckeyes must cut down on sloppy play. Miller and
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Ohio State Buckeyes PM links: California Golden Bears off to sluggish start
Plain Dealer (blog)
CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Ohio State Buckeyes, looking to begin their season with three straight wins, host California’s Golden Bears on Saturday. Plain Dealer and cleveland.com Ohio State coverage includes Doug Lesmerises’ Ohio State Insider, leading off
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Plain Dealer (blog)

Keeping Up: Ohio State Buckeyes In The NFL, Week 1 Recap
Land-Grant Holy Land
Some of y’all aren’t NFL fans, we understand that. The NFL is a soulless league of perfectionist, uncreative coaches all running the same system with robot players and conservative playcalling. In other words, Nick Saban’s personal wet dream. However
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Cal lacking confidence en route to Ohio State
Yahoo! Sports
Miller has passed and run for 664 of Ohio State’s 949 yards this season, and with injuries to the Buckeyes‘ running backs, Miller becomes an even bigger focus of the Buckeyes‘ attack. It comes down to two individuals – Maynard and Miller – and if
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Running low on running backs
ESPN
The Ohio State running backs coach obviously would prefer to narrow down his options rather than searching for an extra guy to lend a hand in the backfield. Either way, Drayton needs three players ready for action every time the Buckeyes take the field.
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Ohio State Olympic Sports 9/6-9/10: Women’s Soccer And Volleyball Continue
Land-Grant Holy Land
Neither a top-10 foe nor the host Hilltoppers could stop a rolling Buckeyes squad as Ohio State’s women’s volleyball team went 3-0 at the Western Kentucky Tournament to capture a second-straight tournament title and improve to 8-1 on the year. Against No.
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