Posted March 24, 2012 on ohiostate.scout.com
It hasn't been easy being William Buford during the 2011-12 Ohio State basketball season. The team's lone senior is among the statistical leaders in the storied history of the program, but his final campaign has been littered with ups and downs. Coming off one a performance that could be described as the latter on Thursday, Buford hopes to shine in the Elite Eight.
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