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Are 20-plus wins and NCAA tourney bid enough? Thad Matta and defining success in college baskebtall

On Saturday, four seniors — Shannon Scott, Sam Thompson, Amir Williams and Trey McDonald — played their last game in a Scarlet and Gray uniform as the 10th-seeded Buckeyes lost to No. 2-seed Arizona, 73-58, in the third round of the NCAA Tournament at the Moda Center in Portland, Ore. […]
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Survive and Advance: Ohio State basketball upsets VCU

D’Angelo Russell proved that he has the capability to lead the Buckeyes to make a run deep into March. The Buckeyes were in a gridlock all game with the VCU Rams and a key defensive stop at the end of regulation gave OSU an extra chance for victory in overtime. Jae’Sean Tate made a timely mistake fouling out after a scramble on the ground with VCU’s Traevon Graham. But, it...
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio State basketball surges in second half, holds off Gophers

The Ohio State Buckeyes were tied with the Minnesota Golden Gophers at 35 heading into the second half. It was then the work of Shannon Scott, Marc Loving and D’Angelo Russell to carry the workload and get the victory for the Buckeyes. The three players combined for 56 of the Buckeyes 79 points and lead them to the win. If anything, this is good news for Ohio State fans as the...
14 days ago  |  Discuss

OSU’s Russell, Tate, Scott, Thompson nab All-Big Ten Honors

The Buckeyes may have been blown out in their home finale against Wisconsin Sunday night, but they still have plenty of post-season play left to prove how good they can really be. Ohio State received some positive news Monday when the Big Ten released their regular season awards and all-conference teams. D’Angelo Russell was named both the media and coaches’ pick for the Big...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Judging by Sunday’s Senior Day performance, it’s time for some new blood

Four of the five members from Ohio State’s 2011 recruiting class walked off the Value City Arena floor for the last time following the 72-48 blowout loss to Wisconsin on Sunday. Those four — Shannon Scott, Sam Thompson, Amir Williams and Trey McDonald — never lived up to their expectations. […]
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio State basketball: The quest for a signature road win

The Ohio State Buckeyes lost to the Michigan Wolverines today in Ann Arbor. A team that has lost to Eastern Michigan and The New Jersey Institute of Technology on their home floor beat the 24th ranked team in the country today. This has been the tune of the entire year for this Ohio State basketball team. It almost appears as if these are two separate teams playing at home and playing...
February 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Vine: Indiana’s Troy Williams Throws Down Powerful Dunk After Nasty Crossover

Indiana and Ohio State are currently playing a very competitive Big Ten game at Assembly Hall, and IU’s Troy Williams nearly brought the house down early in the second half with a huge dunk. After crossing up guard Shannon Scott, Williams took it right to center Amir Williams for the emphatic slam. Troy Williams! — Busting Brackets (@BustingBrackets)...
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January 10, 2015  |  Discuss

OSU Hoops Notebook: Shannon Scott’s Impact and Early Impressions

It’s only the end of November and the Ohio State Buckeyes basketball squad has left a lasting impression so far on their fanbase. They might not be championship caliber yet. Yet the compilation of veteran players and young talents has proved in three games that they are going to be one of the most exciting teams to watch in the nation. That statistics don’t lie about this high...
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November 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Shannon Scott Breaks Assist Record in 106-48 Win over Sacred Heart

D’Angelo Russell lit the college basketball world on fire Sunday night. The freshman guard torched the Sacred Heart Pioneers from downtown, embarrassed them in isolation plays to the basket, while fellow guard Shannon Scott found senior Sam Thompson for three alley-oop slams in the first three minutes of the game to secure a 106-48 win early in the first half. Russell was unstoppable...
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November 23, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Shannon Scott and Trey McDonald Combine for Sweet Play in Ohio State's Win Over Wisconsin

A couple weeks ago the Buckeyes were on top of the world, undefeated, and the No. 3 team in the nation. Fast forward to the end of the month and they were on the verge of falling out of the top 25 after losing five of their last six. If there was ever a team in need of a big win it's them.With a game against No. 14 Wisconsin on tap Saturday a big win was there's for the taking--and...
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February 01, 2014  |  Discuss

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