Saturday, June 26
The Philadelphia Inquirer
has a story on former Buckeye Evan
Turner as he prepares to take on the NBA.
The Associated Press (via the Canton
Repository) has a story on former
OSU basketball player Clark Kellogg
joining the Ohio State Board of Trustees.
The AP (via the Dayton Daily News)
has a story on the NCAA proposing to end
early scholarship offers.
Finally, the Chicago Tribune has a
story that says the Big Ten will decide on
a divisional alignment by August.
Friday, June 25
Evan Turner did not have to wait long to hear his name called at last night's NBA draft. The former Buckeye standout was taken second overall by the Philadelphia 76ers. The Columbus Dispatch and The Associated Press (via the Cleveland Plain Dealer) have stories on Turner, and Philly.com has plenty of coverage from the draft.
In other OSU/NBA news, former Buckeye Daequan Cook was traded from Miami to Oklahoma City, and the Dayton Daily News caught up with the Gem City native.
The DDN also has a short note on former Buckeye football stars A.J. Hawks and Nick Mangold helping to raise funds for a new playground in the Dayton area.
Finally, Bob Hunter of the Dispatch has some OSU-notes in his weekly Rumblings column.
Thursday, June 24
The Columbus Dispatch has a story on former OSU men's basketball star Evan Turner as he starts sharing his soon-to-exist wealth. Rob Oller of the Dispatch has a column on how staying for a third year helped Turner.
The Associated Press (via the Dayton Daily News) has a story on the Philadelphia 76ers targeting Turner. Stephen A. Smith of the Philadelphia Inquirer says the Sixers haven't committed to any specific player.
Finally, Bob Hunter of the Dispatch has a blog entry on how playing after Thanksgiving could negatively affect the OSU-Michigan football rivalry.
Wednesday, June 23
Dispatch has a story on Duron Carter after speaking with his
famous father, Cris.
Former Ohio State baseball player Dean Wolosiansky is the
subject of a story by the Lorain Morning Journal.
Wolosiansky was in town pitching for the West Virginia Miners in the
Prospect League, a summer collegiate wooden bat league.
Bob Hunter of the Dispatch has a column on how geography cannot
determine how the Big Ten will divide its schools into divisions.
Finally, the Dispatch
has an update on famous OSU benchwarmer Mark Titus, who was
drafted by the Harlem Globetrotters on Tuesday.