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September 14, 2007 at 8:27 AM

Friday morning links

As the title says. …
— The Cleveland Plain Dealer with a note on Jake Locker and the news that Ohio State players will be eating lunch at Pike Place Market today. Sounds Jim Tressel better bring a map of Seattle, however, to find “that needle.”
— Speaking of Tressel, this story notes he’s been a lot looser with the media this week. Also included is the news that OSU’s kickoff specialist won’t make the trip due to injury.
— The Akron Beacon Journal goes out on a limb to say that this will be Ohio State’s first major test.
— An interesting story from the Columbus Dispatch using UW as an example of schools in pro markets that have to win to keep their attendance.
— Like OSU’s quarterback, Ohio State’s center Jim Cordle has just two career starts and will have to deal with the noise tomorrow.
— Ohio State coach Jim Tressel is going for win No. 200 tomorrow.
— Ohio State signed a new deal with Nike worth $26.1 million.
— The Ann Arbor News looks at the game.
— A brief breakdown from the Oregonian.
All for now.

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