Buckeye Newsstand, March 23

Buckeye Newsstand, March 23

Take a look at the best stories that weren't done by us. Come along as we take a trip around the 'net for all the Ohio State news that you can handle.

Sunday, March 23
The Ohio State women's basketball team suffered another early exit from the NCAA tournament, this time at the hands of Florida State. The Columbus Dispatch has the story.

A pair of Ohio State wrestlers won national championships Saturday, and the Dispatch and Cleveland Plain Dealer have the story.

Now that highly touted quarterback prospect Terrelle Pryor is a Buckeye, the challenge for Ohio State becomes developing the Jeannette, Pa., native. The Dispatch and Lorain Morning Journal has a stories on Pryor's future development.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer has a story on how Ohio State does not need to worry about Pryor's image yet. The Canton Repository has a similar story.

The Dispatch has a story on OSU quarterbacks coach Joe Daniels being limited by his recovery from cancer.

The Dispatch also has some notes on OSU's spring football practice.

The Canton Repository has a feature story on OSU head football coach Jim Tressel.

The Plain Dealer has its Hey, Doug! OSU mailbag with beat writer Doug Lesmerises.

Brian Hartline's return to the sport of track and field is the subject of a story by the Toledo Blade.

The Mansfield News Journal has a feature story on former OSU quarterback Art Schlichter.

The Dispatch has a story on the upcoming NIT game between Ohio State and California. The Dispatch also has a story on the parking situation on Monday for the game.

Finally, Bob Hunter of the Dispatch has a column on how the OSU-Cal game will remind fans of an exciting era on Buckeye basketball.

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