The Bucknuts The Magazine Summer Issue is available for viewing now! In
this issue, which is available both online and in print, we have
in-depth looks at the team and the rest of the nation, profiles on key
players, recruiting features, and much more. Subscribers can access the
issue here, and non-subscribers can check out an issue preview.
Our second online issue of Bucknuts The Magazine is here! Print issues are in the mail, and subscribers wishing to view the issue online can do so by clicking the link below:
In this issue, we’re wrapping up the spring and moving into the summer with articles on baseball, basketball, football, and more.
This issue runs 72 pages in length. Subscribers will receive both a print copy and access to the online edition. Take a look at some of the articles you can expect in this issue:
2009 Football At A Glance: Spring football has come and gone, ushering in a new core of Buckeye football talent. Will this year’s team be able to pick up where last year’s seniors left off? We have our first look at this year’s team, including the progress of Terrelle Pryor, in this issue.
Saine, Herron Ready To Take Over: Another big-time Buckeye running back has departed for the NFL, and now it’s time for the next in line to take the reins. Will it be sophomore Dan Herron, who was No. 2 on the depth chart last year behind Chris Wells, or will junior Brandon Saine rebound for a comeback season?
Spitler, Chekwa, Cordle Expected To Fill Big Roles: The Buckeyes lost major contributors at cornerback, linebacker, and the offensive line from last year’s team. Three veterans will be called upon this year to step up at those positions: senior Austin Spitler at linebacker, junior Chimdi Chekwa at cornerback, and senior Jim Cordle at offensive line. Check out in-depth features on each player in this issue.
Norwell, Durham Lead Early Recruiting Haul: The Ohio State football program has gotten off to a solid start in the area of recruiting, led by blue-chip Cincinnati Anderson lineman Andrew Norwell and Texas defensive end David Durham. Learn more about each player in this issue.
DeShaun Thomas: It seems like the Ohio State men’s basketball team loses a blue-chip recruit only to replace them with another. The next name on the list is DeShaun Thomas from Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Buckeye fans will have to wait until 2010 to get a look at Thomas at OSU, but we take an early glance at him in this issue.
And much more, including:
- Bill Kurelic on recruiting
- The latest on Men’s & Women’s Basketball
- Hockey, Wrestling updates
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