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Ohio State News: Beat The Clock, 05/29/2012

First Varsity Four Wins NCAA Championship - - The Official Athletic site of The Ohio State University

EXTRY EXTRY! Buckeyes win natin'l 'ship! Ohio State's first varsity four capped the weekend that was by beating Virginia by 2.09 seconds to win the crew program's first ever national title. The Buckeyes' best previous finish was third in 2006. Congratulations to the Ohio State crew program on a breakout 2012.

Chase Buchanan, Blaz Rola Win NCAA Doubles Title - - The Official Athletic site of The Ohio State University

One national championship? Why not two? The Ohio State's men's tennis team of Chase Buchanan and Blaz Rola became the first ever doubles team to sweep all three major championships in a single season, defeating Raony Carvalho and Gonzalo Escobar of Texas Tech 7-6 (4), 6-3 in the finals of the 2012 NCAA Men's Division I Men's Tennis Doubles Championships. The number one seeded duo had previously taken down a duo from North Carolina, Illinois, Kentucky, and Oklahoma en route to the title. Congrats, gents.

And there you have it. Best to Anthony in the next chapter of his life. Both he and Andrew Sweat may not have had the combination of health and productivity to make it as professionals, but both have been able to use their time as undergraduates to give themselves other possibilities in life.

OSU recovers after Tressel storm - Toledo Blade

All scenarios appeared on the table in the hazy aftermath of Tressel's forced exit. OSU faced a "long-lasting stain" -- a real-life scarlet letter -- declared an headline.

One year later, Stoneburner smiles.

"It's almost like it didn't happen," he said.

Hiring a two time national champion head coach certainly doesn't hurt.

Nothing New Under the Sun: The 1937 Rose Bowl and College Football's Unending Controversy - Roll 'Bama Roll

The more things change the more they stay the same.

From Space to South Africa: Idris Elba on Prometheus and Playing Mandela -- Vulture

Stringer Bell, forever a don dada.

Man falls to his death from atop crane after standoff with police at SMU | Dallas-Fort Worth Communities - News for Dallas, Texas - The Dallas Morning News

But where was noted rumored after life aficionado Craig "3%" James?

Speaking of the don dada: