Across The Field: Finding flaws

September, 16, 2012
After the Buckeyes' first great escape of the season, it's time for 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

Ohio State 35, California 28

BuckeyeNation Week in Review

More Football

  • Will Jim Tressel come to the 10th anniversary celebration of the national championship team? Just happens to be the Michigan game, by the way. (Plain Dealer)
  • How different might Ohio State's history had been if they'd hired Sid Gillman instead of Woody Hayes? (Bob Hunter, Dispatch)
  • And the secondary ticket market has really opened up, writes Hunter. Blame the schedule, the economy, and maybe the school's ticket prices. (Dispatch)
  • Is the Horseshoe loud enough? (
  • It's not much of a statistical sample, but Miller's numbers are even better than other Meyer QBs. (Buckeye Empire)
  • It's likely that every football team in the country has guys like former OSU QB Scott McMullen. (Land Grant Holy Land)


  • New Ohio State Hall of Famer Bob Knight didn't enjoy winning at Ohio State at first, writes Bill Livingston. (Plain Dealer)
  • One of the Buckeyes' recruiting targets picked Illinois on Saturday.
  • William Buford will play in Spain this season. (Toledo Blade)

The Gang's All Here

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Editor, RecruitingNation



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