Basketball

Ohio State’s Season Ends in the Round of 32, Falling to 3rd seeded Houston - The Ohio State basketball team gave everything they had, but it would not be enough, falling to Houston in Tulsa 74-59, finishing the season at 20-15.  C.J. Jackson, playing in his final game as a Buckeye led Ohio State with 18 points and Kaleb Wesson added 15.  Keyshawn Woods, who played in his final game in his only season with
Ohio State Survives for Another Day, Defeats Iowa State - 11th seeded Ohio State led the majority the game and hung on late to defeat 6th seeded Iowa State 62-59 to advance to the second round of the NCAA tournament and move to 20-14 on the season.  Kaleb Wesson led Ohio State with 21 points and 11 rebounds and Keyshawn Woods added 19 and Musa Jallow 11 for the victorious
Buckeyes Struggle with Foul Trouble, Eliminated From the Big Ten Tournament - Ohio State hung tough for about 30 minutes, fell down big, before mounting a furious comeback in the last 4 minutes, but foul concerns eventually caught up to them, costing them the game and an opportunity to advance, falling to the top seeded Michigan State Spartans 77-70 to fall to 19-14 on the season. Keyshawn Woods led Ohio State with
Buckeyes Advance Knocking Off Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament - Ohio State, playing for their postseason lives, welcomed back their leading scorer, Kaleb Wesson who was suspended for the past 3 games, and they were able to deliver, fending off a furious Hoosier rally in the last 7 minutes, eliminating Indiana in the Big Ten tournament 79-75 to advance to the quarterfinals tomorrow to play #1 seed Michigan State. The
Buckeyes Embarrassed in Evanston - Ohio State saw its NCAA tournament hopes take a major blow, falling to lowly Northwestern in Evanston 68-50 snapping a 10 game Wildcat losing streak and sending Ohio State to 18-12 on the year and 8-11 in the Big Ten.  Keyshawn Woods led Ohio State with 15 points and 7 rebounds and Duane Washington, Jr. added 11 for the suddenly
Shorthanded Buckeyes Blasted By Purdue - Playing without their leading scorer and rebounder, Kaleb Wesson, suspended indefinitely for an undisclosed violation of Athletic Department policy, the Ohio State basketball Buckeyes ran into a buzz saw in West Lafayette, getting run out of the gym 86-51 to fall to 18-11 and 8-10 in Big Ten play.  Freshman JaeDon LeDee, starting in place of Wesson led Ohio State with
Buckeyes Boost Their Tournament Resume, Downing #22 Iowa - Behind a career high 29 points from Justin Ahrens, Ohio State got their signature win they’ve been searching for, dominating the final 24 minutes defeating the visiting Hawkeyes 90-70 to move to 18-10 and 8-9 in the Big Ten.  Trailing late in the first half, Coach Chris Holtmann called timeout and the rest was history as Ohio State got to
Buckeye Comeback Attempt Falls Short at Maryland - Playing without their senior guard CJ Jackson, who was out with a shoulder injury, Ohio State basketball Buckeyes fell down 16 midway through the second half, had a furious comeback to get it back to within a pair, before ultimately falling 72-62 to #25 Maryland.  With the loss, Ohio State fell to 16-10 and 6-9 in Big Ten play.  Duane
Buckeyes Blow Past Northwestern in the Second Half - Ohio State utilized a solid second half of basketball to blow past visiting Northwestern 63-49 moving to 17-9 and 7-8 in Big Ten play.  Ohio State played maybe their most efficient half of basketball of the season, assisting on 18 of 25 field goals, while only turning it over 8 times, 1 in the second half, winning a very important
Spartans Dominate 2nd Half to Defeat Buckeyes - Ohio State only managed four 2nd half field goals and Michigan State finished the game on a 20-2 run to defeat the Buckeyes 62-44. Kaleb Wesson led the Bucks in scoring with only 12 points in a game he did not have foul issues and should have been able to dominate the center position. But more was needed from the
Ohio State Suffers Devastating Defeat at Home - Ohio State, looking to win it’s fourth straight game, failed to be up to the task, falling to Illinois at home, 63-56.  The Buckeyes fall to 16-8 and 6-7 in Big Ten play with the loss.  C.J. Jackson led Ohio State with 17 and Kaleb Wesson chipped in 11 and Andre Wesson 10.  It was a back and forth game
Ohio State Survives Indiana on the Road - Ohio State went on the road to a very difficult environment in Bloomington, Indiana and came away with a big win, surviving a late charge by the Hoosiers, winning 55-52 to move to 16-7 and 6-6 in the Big Ten.  Ohio State led for the majority of the way, but was never in total control and had to overcome a
Ohio State Survives Penn State - Ohio State won its second straight and third in four games, defeating Penn State in the Schott 74-70 to move to 15-7 and 5-6 in conference play.  Despite surrendering 24 points off 18 turnovers, the Buckeyes built a big first half lead, seeing it completely disappear but regaining the lead late to survive at home.  Luther Muhammad led Ohio State
Buckeyes Start February With Victory - On a day when Ohio State needed a big win, the Buckeyes take care of business, defeating Rutgers 76-62. Kaleb Wesson finished the game with 27 points but he had 21 in the first half to pace the scarlet & gray, moving the team to 14-7 on the year and 4-6 in the conference. OSU evened the score with the
Ohio State Falls on the Road at #5 Michigan - Ohio State dropped their 6th game in the last 7, struggling on the offensive end in a 65-49 loss in Ann Arbor.  The Buckeyes continue to find it difficult to take care of the basketball, turning it over 19 times and only hitting on 37% of their shot attempts, which is not a recipe for success in any game.  Kaleb

 

 

 


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