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By Ari WassermanBuckeyeSports.com
Aaron Craft has played with a bone chip floating in his left ankle since high school, but playing through pain the last few years still wasnt enough for Ohio States junior point guard to be willing to have a surgical procedure to fix it.
Though Craft initially resisted the thought of having surgery because it would restrict his ability to work out this summer with his teammates, he finally came around to getting the problem resolved and had a procedure done on June 18.
It didnt bother me a ton, Craft said. I didn't really feel like (surgery) was extremely necessary, but as the spring went on it just felt weak and the doctors really pushed for it. It was the best thing to do and we had time to do it, so I decided to get it done.
Though Craft averaged 10.4 points, 5.2 assists and 3.2 steals in five NCAA Tournament games while helping lead the Buckeyes to the Final Four, head coach Thad Matta mentioned before the Big Ten tournament that the point g...
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Ohio State’s Storm Klein sacks Colorado’s Tyler Hansen on Sept. 24, 2011 (Credit: AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)
While the details surrounding the arrest of former Ohio State player Storm Klein are currently unknown, those that have come to light paint a disturbing picture.
Via a police report of the incident, the Columbus Dispatch reports that the alleged victim in the incident, which...
Ohio State Buckeyes linebacker Storm Klein was taken into custody by police Friday for alleged domestic violence.
According to court records, Klein faces one charge each of domestic violence and assault. The circumstances surrounding the accusations were not immediately determined. Klein was scheduled to be arraigned at 9 a.m. (W10)
Klein has been dismissed from the Ohio State...
Well, this didn't take long. Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer has kicked Storm Klein off the team after the linebacker charged with misdemeanor domestic violence and assault charges.
“It has been made very clear that this type of charge will result in
dismissal,” Meyer said in a statement. “If there are any changes in the
charges, we will re-evaluate...
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