Posted March 24, 2013 on
There are plenty of storylines for Thursday's game between Arizona and Ohio State. Read on to see what they are and more.
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Ohio State is preparing for a big game at an arena that has not been kind to the Buckeyes.
Second-seeded Ohio State is one win away from reaching the round of 16 in the NCAA tournament for a fourth straight season, something the Buckeyes have never done in their history. Ohio State (23-11) can pull it off by beating 10th-seeded Iowa State (23-11) at the University of Dayton Arena...
As Aaron Craft dribbled the ball around, waiting for the clock to dwindle down to the 0.0 mark, fans in the University of Dayton arena wondered: “what’s going to happen next?” The answer could have been many things. Craft could have passed it off to DeShaun Thomas who could have hit the game winner. Thad Matta could have called a play and the Buckeyes could have emerged victorious...
We were waiting for the first buzzer-beater of the weekend, but we will have to settle for .5 left on the clock. Aaron Craft’s game-winner with a half a second left sent the Ohio St Buckeyes to the Sweet 16 over the Iowa St Cyclones: Craft and the Buckeyes struggled in the final 6 minutes, seeing a 13-point lead disappear. But they survived and now advance to play Arizona on Thursday.
We haven't had a true buzzer beater yet, but Aaron Craft's three pointer with .5 seconds left is the highlight of March Madness thus far. After struggling at the line in the 2nd half, Craft made the one shot that counted at the end, and led Ohio State to a 78-75 victory over Iowa State. Jim Nantz gives us a solid call on the buzzer beater, although I'm a bit disappointed...
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The Buckeyes were the only top-four seed in the West Region to advance to the Sweet 16 in Los...
Saginaw Heritage (Mich.) sophomore S-WR Brian Cole visited Ohio State and left with an offer. He talked about the day and which position the Buckeyes see him at.
DETROIT (AP) -- Peter Schneider and T.J. Tynan scored goals and Notre Dame rallied past Ohio State in the first semifinal of the CCHA tournament on Saturday at Joe Louis Arena.
Ryan Dzingel gave the third-seeded Buckeyes a 1-0 lead with his 16th goal of the season in the first period, but the Irish, the No. 2 seed, rallied with a goal in each period. Jeff Costello sealed the victory...
When games get into the Round of 32 they are either going to be blowouts or nail biters--nothing in between. Teams pas the first round either got lucky or know how to ball. Over the weekend we saw plenty of both.
The Sunday game between Ohio State and upset minded Iowa State was definitely one of the good ones.
This one ended in a way that is typically meant more for...
Following the win over Iowa State, Buckeyes head coach Thad Matta told America that he hopes Ohio State erects a statue of Aaron Craft one day.
Ohio State was in a close battle with Iowa State, but luckily Aaron Craft was able to bail them out prior to a possible upset. Check out the below buzzer beater by Craft which gave the Buckeyes a 78-75 win and a punched ticket to the Sweet 16.
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When one football-shaped door closed for Maurice Clarett, a rugby-shaped one opened for the former Ohio State standout.
The 29-year-old has joined the Tiger Rugby Olympic Development Program in Columbus, Ohio, and he is determined to make his football skills translate into rugby ones in time for Rio 2016.
And so far, Clarett has more than impressed, despite not being in game-ready...
A season that put the Ohio State men's hockey program back on the national radar in the sport ended Saturday afternoon when Notre Dame beat OSU in a CCHA semifinal at Joe Louis Arena. Ryan Dzingel scored for the Buckeyes, who lost a 3-1 decision.
When Ohio State’s Sweet 16 bid came down to the last shot, there was seemingly no way Aaron Craft wouldn’t be the one take it.
Craft gave the...