Posted February 10, 2013 on ohiostate.scout.com
The No. 10 Ohio State basketball team is coming off a heartbreaking overtime loss at Michigan. The bad news for the Buckeyes is they're next game is against No. 1 Indiana, and they can hardly afford to lose two games a road in the closely-contested Big Ten Conference race. Get the preview for the pivotal top-10 matchup inside.
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