Amir Williams, at 6-foot-11, 250 pounds, is a very large human being, so big that he likely blocks the view of everyone who is behind him. If you’re sitting at the rear of the Ohio State men’s basketball team’s starting center, you probably won’t be able to see the professor or what’s on the board.
So, Buckeye students, don’t sit behind Williams in class.
After an early exit in the NCAA tourney, and seemingly losing players everyday, the Ohio State mens basketball team finally had some good news on Saturday.
Jeff Goodman of ESPN was the first to report that former Temple forward Anthony Lee will transfer to Ohio State.
Lee stands at 6'9 230 pounds and is a graduate transfer so he will be able to play immediately for the Buckeyes...
Amir Williams put up a 12-9-6 in Ohio State’s complete destruction of low-low-major Bryant Wednesday night. After the game, former Buckeyes legend Jim Jackson, now with Big Ten Network conducted a quick post game interview of Amir Williams on the Value City Arena court.
When asked why he is playing so well as of late (specifically his progression over the last four games) Amir...
Five Buckeyes scored in double figures led by junior center Amir Williams’ 18 points as No. 7/6 Ohio State easily defeated North Florida, 99-64, at Value City Arena in Columbus […]
Behind a career-high 16 points from center Amir Williams, No. 8 Ohio State managed to beat American University by a score of 63-52 on Wednesday. Shooting struggles, however, remain an issue for the Buckeyes, who had trouble putting the ball in the basket for the second consecutive game.
Amir Williams scored a career-high 16 points and Shannon Scott added 13 to lead No. 8 Ohio State to a 63-52 victory over American University on Wednesday night.
The Buckeyes (4-0) struggled all night to make shots, finishing 20 of 56 from the field for 36 percent.
Scott tied a career best with nine rebounds.
Jesse Reed scored 15 points, Tony Wroblicky had 14 and Darius Gardner...
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November 20, 2013
In somewhat of a rare meeting between two of the APs top 25 teams, 10th-ranked Ohio State snapped Marquette’s 27-game winning streak, defeating the defending co-Big East champs 52-35 on Saturday afternoon in front of a packed house at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee. Senior guard Aaron Craft added another solid performance to his resume while leading the Buckeyes to...
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.
Freshman center Amir Williams, seen here attempting a free throw against Northwestern on Dec. 28, has played in 23 of Ohio State's 29 games so far this season. (Photo by Dan Harker/The-Ozone.net)
Over the summer, the rumor mill was swirling around about how exactly Ohio State head coach Thad Matta was going to use his personnel for the upcoming season and the different things...
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Check out what freshman center Amir Williams has to say after the Buckeyes' win over Walsh in their exhibition game.