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For the second time in head coach Thad Matta's tenure, the Ohio State men's basketball team is going to the Elite Eight. Ohio State withstood a Cincinnati rally early in the second half before pulling away to a X win in Boston. OSU now faces Syracuse for the right to go to the Final Four.
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Just two spots up for grabs on Saturday to be a part of the 2012 Final Four in New Orleans. Louisville will take on a fast-paced Florida team in Phoeniz, Ariz., while Ohio State and Syracuse will try to continue their winning ways at the TD Garden in Boston, Mass. Here are the games to look out for on Saturday, March 24. Be sure to check out our in-depth Associated Press previews...
Aaron Craft’s brother Brandon Craft deploys for service in Afghanistan as member of the US Army today, as Ohio State prepares to play Syracuse with chance to advance to Final Four.
This from Doug Lesmerises of the Plain Dealer earlier today:
This is today for the Craft family: one son trying to reach New Orleans, while the other is headed to Afghanistan.
“We have an opportunity...
Ohio State forward Jared Sullinger, currently on a social media hiatus, showed why he is a projected lottery pick in the upcoming NBA draft as the Ohio State Buckeyes beat the Cincinnati Bearcats 81-66 on Thursday night. Sullinger scored 23 points and grabed 11 rebounds while only taking 13 shots from the floor. Sullinger was...Read the Rest...
The Ohio State basketball has been to the last three Sweet 16s, an accomplishment only the Buckeyes and Kentucky have accomplished. Thad Matta has made progress with the program, but tonight's game against Cincinnati isn't about progress. It's about overcoming the recent past and advancing deeper in the NCAA Tournament.
Ohio State's Deshaun Thomas has been one of the breakout stories of the NCAA Tournament, leading the Buckeyes' offensive attack and boosting his NBA draft stock in the process. But it's his work as a more complete player that has made both Thomas and the Buckeyes successful.
The second-seeded Ohio State basketball team is one win away from the Final Four. But if the Buckeyes want to take a trip to New Orleans, the team understands it has to be patient against top-seeded Syracuse's zone defensive scheme.
Syracuse and Ohio State are set to tangle on Saturday night with the Final Four on the line, so BuckeyeSports.com's Ari Wasserman stopped by to help get to know the opponent a bit more.
While the NCAA tournament has been crazy so far, the best is yet to come, as Thursday kicks off the first set of Sweet 16 matchups. A pair of number one seeds will try and avoid the upset bug, and several other big name programs try and punch their ticket to the Elite Eight. Here are the games to look out for on Thursday, March 22. Be sure to check out our in-depth Associated Press...
Ohio State's Aaron Craft made a great steal, but he couldn't control the ball enough to push it ahead. Meanwhile, Cincinnati's Justin Jackson didn't give up on the play.
No. 1 seeded Syracuse and No. 2 seeded Ohio State will play on Saturday with the Final Four on the line, so what was the mood like the day before the game. Find out as the Buckeyes addressed the media on Friday.
Syracuse and Ohio State will tangle tonight with a trio to the Final Four on the line. Both teams have several strengths and few weaknesses, so John Garcia Jr. and Ryan Koletty break it down in a Friday recap/Saturday preview.
The Buckeyes and the Orange, the top two seeds in the East region, were able to get to the Regional Final - setting up a highly-anticipated matchup to determine who goes to the Final Four. To help breakdown Syracuse, CuseNation.com publisher John Garcia Jr. stops by at the TD Garden in Boston.
With Ohio State spring practice ready to begin next week, positions will be up for grabs -- especially those with a hole left by a departed senior. That's the case at one of the starting linebacker spots after Andrew Sweat finished second on the team in tackles in 2011. Ryan Shazier leads the cast vying to step in.
The game everyone is talking about is almost ready to tip. Ohio State and Cincinnati will battle in the Sweet 16 for a chance to keep on dancing. FoxSportsNEXT.com basketball analyst Brian Snow breaks it down.