Across The Field: Perfect ending

November, 25, 2012
There were 105,899 in attendance at Ohio Stadium on Saturday, and roughly half of them were potential football recruits. (Just a slight exaggeration, but you might want to check back throughout the day Sunday for tons of recruiting updates from the blue-chippers who were in Columbus.) This is 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 26, Michigan 21

BuckeyeNation Week in Review



The Gang's All Here

  • A $10 million donation will go toward building a new secondary arena that will replace St. John Arena, which is costing too much to keep up. (Dispatch)
  • Some TBDBITL history was made on Saturday, too. Jocelyn Smallwood, a senior sousaphone player, was the first African-American woman to dot the "i" and the first woman to dot the "i" against Michigan. (Eleven Warriors)
  • OSU legend (and ESPN broadcaster) Chris Spielman was recipient of a Big Ten award for his humanitarian efforts. (Big Ten)
  • Nate Silver (yes, the presidential race prediction guy) has a detailed breakdown of what adding Maryland and Rutgers does (and doesn't do) for the Big Ten. (New York Times)
  • And there were a few arrests after the Mirror Lake jump, a tradition the school does not embrace. (Lantern)

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Editor, RecruitingNation



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