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Buckeye

A small retail seller of cigars.
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We are confident there is a bigger and more stately buckeye tree in Ohio," says Ohio's Department of Natural Resources' John Dorka.
I run to my own room and dump the buckeyes on the sheets of my unmade bed.
I look for buckeyes to set aside on my pillow, buckeyes perfect and round and dark brown.
By hook or crook, by stingy defense or resourceful offense, the Buckeyes have their first national championship in 34 years, going back to when irascible genius Woody Hayes was running the dominating, 3-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust Ohio State football program.
The Buckeyes arrived at the Fiesta Bowl with a fraction of Miami's talent and its accolades.
Buckeye keys: The Buckeyes come in as an enormous underdog against UCLA and are 0-13 against the Bruins all-time.
On the game's fourth play, Bennett threw left to Freddie Mitchell, who was surrounded by three Buckeyes.
Saturday night, while the Bruins rotate Drew Bennett and Cory Paus, the Buckeyes platoon Austin Moherman and Steve Bellisari.
Add Michael Redd, a smooth forward who last year became the first freshman to lead the Big Ten in scoring, 6-foot-11 center Ken Johnson, who has given the Buckeyes a presence in the pivot, a slew of local kids eager to rebuild the state's once-proud program - and it's little wonder Ohio State (25-8) stood with Auburn and Wisconsin as the regular season's biggest surprises.
We were terrific defensively,'' Buckeyes coach Jim O'Brien said.
Twenty-three New Year's Days ago, Griffin took 22 handoffs from Cornelius Greene and ran for 149 yards, including a game-clinching 47-yard touchdown, to lead the Buckeyes past the USC team of Anthony Davis and Pat Haden.
The Buckeyes were heavy favorites, unbeaten and ranked second in the nation a year ago when they played Michigan.
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