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BuckeyeNation Week in Review
Jones, as the first pledge to the class, knows that means he's now a recruiter as well.
2014 QB DeShaun Watson says Ohio State is giving Clemson a big push in his recruitment.
And perhaps no name is bigger than LB Raekwon McMillan, who maintains that Ohio State is his leader, with Clemson second.
Brad Bournival answers questions in this week's mailbag, leading off with the Buckeyes' 2014 strategy.
Reid Fragel turned himself into a dominant run-blocker, and now the Buckeyes must replace him.
The Buckeyes aren't rushing when it comes to offensive linemen in 2013 recruiting.
Ohio State will lose one cornerback for sure in senior Travis Howard. Austin Ward also took a look at how the Buckeyes will try to replace linebackers Etienne Sabino and Justin Boren and defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins.
OL Cameron Hunt of California is working on a visit just before signing day.
And ESPN 300 athlete Ryan Timmons could figure in somewhere in this class as well.
Ohio State got an A-plus on its report card from Big Ten blogger Brian Bennett. Hard to argue with 12-0.
And we'll all see Meyer during ESPN's coverage of the title game, as he'll be on the set for analysis.
A homemade video of Buckeyes assistant Kerry Coombs talking to 2013 RB pledge Ezekiel Elliott and other recruits on campus could go viral. (YouTube)
Ohio State freshman linebacker Noah Spence is one of nine sons who were home for Christmas. (Dispatch)
The Buckeyes could be getting a transfer lineman if former Florida OL Matt Patchan comes to Columbus. (Gainesville Sun)
Braxton Miller is working on that Heisman candidacy. (Plain Dealer)
Doug Lesmerises counted down his top six Urban Meyer moments of 2012. (Plain Dealer)
Zach Boren said Meyer's practices fueled the perfect season. (Dispatch)
And Terrelle Pryor will make his first start since the 2011 Sugar Bowl today. (Dispatch)
The Buckeyes improved to 10-2 with a rout of Chicago State.
Ohio State replaced its playing floor, and it looks somewhat familiar. (Eleven Warriors)
The Gang's All Here
With the NHL labor standoff still going, more than 10,000 hockey-starved fans watched a tournament the Buckeyes participated in. (OSU)