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September 16, 2007 at 8:48 AM

The Morning After

Here we go with our Sunday morning look back at the game that was, link-style.
— Here’s our game story focusing on the third-quarter swing in momentum.
Steve Kelley writes that Jake Locker still needs some growth in the passing game.
Jerry Brewer also wrote about the third quarter meltdown.
Greg Bishop wrote about James Laurinaitis’ big day.
Bud Withers wrote about all of UW’s missed opportunities including E.J. Savannah’s take on that fumbled-turned-incomplete pass early in the game. Also a quote from Savannah about how Ohio State simply was more physical than the Huskies.
— Here’s our notebook.
AS FOR THE VIEW FROM ELSEWHERE. …
— The main story in the Columbus paper also centered on the key third-quarter moments pointing out that it was freshmen who made the play on the fumbled kickoff.
— Columbus columnist Bob Hunter says Ohio State QB Todd Boeckman knew no turnovers was the key to winning.
— Here’s Fox Sports instant analysis of the game.
— Here are some interesting thoughts from an OSU blog.
— The Cleveland Plain Dealer’s report card also rips Jack Arute, always a good move in my book.
— Here are some good notes from the Plain Dealer including Tressel’s explanation of the last play.
Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News presents his “Weekend Rewind” comparing Locker with Notre Dame’s Jimmy Clausen.

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