We're celebrating a bit this week. BuckeyeNation turned 1 on Wednesday. And the Buckeyes got a 2014 quarterback to celebrate. Coincidence? (Yeah, probably.) We won't dig our fingers into some sticky chocolate cake, but we will keep bringing on the links in 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
Watching some of the big names come off the board in recent weeks, it was getting a little dicey for the Buckeyes at quarterback in 2014. But the coaches really like Georgia native Stephen Collier, who was a bit under the radar but is joining the Buckeyes' contingent at the invite-only Elite 11 finals and The Opening this week.
Jordan Hall is eager for another attempt at a senior season, writes Adam Rittenberg.
Ohio State is looking forward to making its schedule tougher, Ward writes.
Ohio State is among five teams built to win in 2014, writes Travis Haney.
Ohio State must continue to tweak the spread offense to stay ahead of the curve, writes Tim May. (Dispatch)
To make way for the nine-game Big Ten schedule, the Central Michigan contract for 2016 was canceled. (Dispatch)
The Land Grant Holy Land folks put together an all-decade team.
Phil Steele's preview of the 2013 Buckeyes is online. (Advice: Print it or use the zoom function.)
The complicated legacy of John Cooper. (Eleven Warriors)