Found February 23, 2012 on Fox Sports Ohio:
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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Based on last year's success and the spotlight that came with it, there were certain things we knew about this year's Ohio State basketball team before the season even started. We knew that Jared Sullinger was pretty darn good. We knew that William Buford was going to get his shots and make his share, and that Buford also would be streaky. We knew that Deshaun Thomas was going to get his shots, too, and might even make Buford look shy. We knew that Aaron Craft would be a steady leader and a great defender. We knew that Ohio State would miss the shooting and experience of Jon Diebler and David Lighty. We knew that Thad Matta had young talent on hand ready to step up, but that talent -- including Thomas, to an extent -- was unproven. We also knew that Matta preferred a short rotation, especially in big games. Now, with just three games left in the regular season, we know No. 9 Ohio State is easy to read in some regards and very difficult to read in othe...
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