The Columbus Dispatch has hits GameDay+ page, a story on line play being the key to victory at Wisconsin and a Bob Hunter column on how night games aren't a big deal anymore.
The Associated Press (via the Plain Dealer) has a story on Ohio State ending the investigation on Santonio Holmes and allegations he took money from an agent while playing for the Buckeyes.
The Ohio State football team plays at Wisconsin tomorrow night, and the Columbus Dispatch has a story on some hard hits levied by UW safety Jay Valai in 2008. The Dispatch also has an OSU notebook and a national college football notebook.
Doug Lesmerises of the Cleveland Plain Dealer asks which Buckeye great should have his statue outside of Ohio Stadium. The Plain Dealer also has a story on the role freshman tackle Andrew Norwell may play this weekend, as well as an AP article on the Big Ten having the nation's best quarterbacks.
Torrence is also the subject of a Lima News story.
The Toledo Blade has a story on Terrelle Pryor trying to keep the top-ranked Buckeyes focused.
Jon Spencer of the Mansfield News Journal has a column on Pryor's improving passing game.
The Associated Press (via the Dayton Daily News) has a story on Pryor's previous success at Wisconsin.
Finally, the Dayton Daily News has a recap of the Centerville-Huber Heights Wayne game from Thursday, one that featured two OSU verbal commits.
The Dispatch has a story on Wisconsin's old-style offense.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer has a story on the challenge facing Ohio State's defensive line going up against the offensive line of Wisconsin. The Plain Dealer also has an OSU Insider notebook, a response by Clark Kellogg on allegations he recruited a player to come to Ohio State and Bill Livingston columns on Big Ten stadium atmospheres and what the Buckeyes think of Colt McCoy as he prepares for his first NFL start.
Jim Naveau of the Lima News hands out some midterm grades for the Buckeyes.
The Canton Repository has a story on the Buckeyes preparing for Wisconsin with targets on their backs.
The Associated Press (via the Lorain Morning Journal) has a story on how the OSU-Wisconsin game will be won in the trenches as usual.
Finally, the Dayton Daily News has a story on the media crunch surrounding tonight's game between Centerville and Huber Heights Wayne, a game that features two Ohio State verbal commits.
The Dispatch has a story on UW quarterback Scott Tolzien.
Matt Markey of the Toledo Blade has an End Zone column on Camp Randall Stadium.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer has a story on the Buckeyes dealing with their new No. 1 ranking. Bill Livingston of the Plain Dealer has a column on OSU quarterback Terrelle Pryor returning to Madison as a poised leader.
The Toledo Blade has a story on the upcoming brawl between the Buckeyes and Badgers.
The Dispatch has a national college football notebook.
The Lima News has a story on how the No. 1 ranking isn't concerning OSU.
The Associated Press (via the Mansfield News Journal) has a story on the taxing upcoming schedule awaiting No. 1 OSU.
NorthJersey.com has a "Where Are They Now?" with former OSU quarterback Stanley Jackson.
The Dispatch has a story on how the current men's basketball team will be starting over this season.
The Canton Repository has a note on the OSU baseball Scarlet and Gray World Series getting underway.
Finally, Sports Illustrated has a story on a former agent who says he paid college football players early in his career, including OSU's Santonio Holmes.
The Wisconsin State Journal has a story on Pryor's passing, as well as stories on the OSU defense, UW's rushing game, the atmosphere of a night game at Camp Randall and OSU head coach Jim Tressel's thoughts on the Badgers' offense.
The Dispatch has a story on the Badgers struggling to finish games against the Buckeyes.
Tuesday, October 12
The Columbus Dispatch has a story on what the last trip to Madison meant for Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor. The Dispatch also has a story on how OSU is not No. 1 in the BCS and a Bob Hunter column on how the Buckeyes should relish being the top-ranked team.
Ohio State women's basketball media day was Monday, and the Dispatch has a story on how the Buckeyes worked hard during the summer.
The Dayton Daily News has a story on the Thursday game between Centerville and Huber Heights Wayne, which features two OSU 2011 verbal commits and will be televised on ESPNU.
The Associated Press (via the Dayton Daily News) has an OSU notebook.
Finally, Bob Baptist of the Dispatch has a blog entry on college basketball recruiting and a book that accuses the men's basketball program of committing a possible NCAA violation years ago.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has a story on Wisconsin's recent struggles against the Buckeyes.
The Associated Press (via the Lorain Morning Journal) has a story on Wisconsin's difficult schedule.
Monday, October 11
The Ohio State football team is No. 1 after the new rankings came out on Sunday. The Columbus Dispatch, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Toledo Blade and The Associated Press (via the Lorain Morning Journal) have stories on the Buckeyes' new top ranking.
The Wisconsin State Journal has a story on how Ohio State's new No. 1 ranking will enhance the leadup to this weekend's showdown in Madison.
Todd Porter of the Canton Repository has a column on what the Buckeyes still need to accomplish on offense.
Looking ahead to next week, Madison.com, the home of the Wisconsin State Journal and the Captial Times, has plenty of coverage from UW's win against hapless Minnesota.
The Canton Repository has a story on Canton (Ohio) South pitcher Logan Bowles, who recently verbally committed to Ohio State.
Finally, Ray Stein answers some reader mail in his weekly Mailbox.