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BuckeyeNation Week in Review
Commit No. 22 is on board as Christopher Worley committed on Friday from the OSU pipeline of Cleveland's Glenville High.
Ohio State was the only unbeaten team in the country this season, but that doesn't mean Meyer believes the Buckeyes would beat Alabama, writes Austin Ward.
The Buckeyes' No. 3 final AP ranking did give Meyer a nice bonus.
Having Jordan Hall back after a medical redshirt should help, too.
Ohio State's best commitment might one received from All-American cornerback Bradley Roby, who is returning.
The commitments of LBs Worley, Mike Mitchell and Trey Johnson shouldn't affect the 2014 LB class.
Ohio State finished ahead of Michigan in the final ESPN class rankings.
LB Airus Moore of Beavercreek, Ohio, is planning a visit.
Several of the 2014 prospects, including several of the 14 players from Georgia with offers, are coming to Columbus next month.
Two walk-ons will be adding depth at fullback.
WR Thaddeus Snodgrass seemed ready to commit in the fall, but had second thoughts.
For now, Ohio State is on the outside of the race for a top 2014 player.
2014 running back prospect Matt Domer of Chicago "grew up loving the Buckeyes."
An ESPN 60 junior basketball prospect has Ohio State in his top six.
Seven future Buckeyes have enrolled early. (Dispatch)
Four Ohio State seniors will play in college all-star games. (Land Grant Holy Land)
The recruiting pipeline to Cleveland Glenville is an important one. (TheOzone.net)
Assistant coaches earned almost $800,000 in bonuses for winning the Leaders Division. (Lantern)
Ohio State tuned up for Sunday's showdown against Michigan with a road win at Purdue.
A look ahead at today's showdown against the No. 2 Wolverines, with the Buckeyes a rare home underdog.
But is there a point guard controversy brewing? (BTN.com)
Aaron Craft or Shannon Scott? Doesn't have to be a problem, writes Doug Lesmerises. (Plain Dealer)
Thad Matta has 100 Big Ten wins, and Eleven Warriors counted down his top five.
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