Posted December 29, 2012 on
The No. 10 Ohio State basketball team finished out its nonconference slate with a 87-44 blowout of Chicago State. The Buckeyes (10-2) will host Nebraska in the Big Ten opener on Saturday. For a complete recap of the Buckeyes most recent win, go inside.
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Freshman Jay Campbell made 29 saves, Curtis McKenzie scored his sixth goal of the season, and No. 5 Miami University held on to defeat Ohio State 1-0 to advance to the championship game of the Three Rivers Classic.Williams was spectacular early for the 12-3-4 Redhawks and he had to be. Ohio State dominated play in the first period and controlled much of the second period. Yet...
Ohio State center Amir Williams seems to boast the physical tools needed to be the Buckeyes' next dominant force in the paint. However, the 6-11, 250-pound sophomore has remained behind Evan Ravenel on the depth chart despite coming into this season as the favorite to be OSU's starting big man. Williams feels as if his mental struggles could be the reason for that.