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Buckeye

A small retail seller of cigars.
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The UO football team's upcoming rematch with Ohio State in the Rose Bowl - 52 years after the top-ranked Buckeyes beat the underdog Ducks, 10-7, in the Jan.
Now, after all this, the university has suspended the +team, and these Buckeye vixens are awaiting the final decision.
After the Buckeyes took advantage of a 47-yard punt return by Santonio Holmes to set up Huston's 45-yard field goal, Smith got them even, 10-10, with a beautifully thrown 36-yard touchdown pass to Holmes, blanketed by cornerback Cedric Griffin.
Zip hopes to preserve the history of underground agricultural drainage systems by restoring a 70-year-old Buckeye traction ditcher.
The Buckeye is the last aircraft in the Navy with this requirement.
So officials in Ohio were understandably miffed when they learned the nation's largest Ohio buckeye (Aesculus glabra var.
The Buckeye football e-newsletter, which was requested by nearly 100,000 consumers during the 2002 football season, will include exclusive news coverage, along with historical photographs from past seasons and bonus photographs from the upcoming season, full coverage from The Columbus Dispatch, weekly insights from Kirk Herbstreit of ESPN and 1460 The Fan, video clips from WBNS-10TV's newscasts, retrospectives from OSU football historian Jack Park, and interactive question-and-answer sessions.
Last year, Ohio-owned Monturo won by a nose, and the Buckeyes won 14-9.
The Buckeyes make up ground in the computer rankings.
Then the celebration began, here in Tempe, Ohio, in a stadium and a city packed with scarlet-and-silver-clad Buckeyes fans ready to party like it was 1969.
I feel terrible about missing what will probably be my last chance to see the Buckeyes live in 2001.
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