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Sophomore season was right call for maturing Jared Sullinger

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BOSTON – When Jared Sullinger signed on to play college basketball for Ohio State, he gave the Buckeyes a skilled big man; a frontcourt anchor who was a consensus top five player from the class of 2010. Immediately the most talented player on the team, the humble and personable Sullinger did his best not to [more]

Sullinger, Thomas are keys to Buckeyes breaking through Syracuse zone

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BOSTON – Leading up to tonight’s much anticipated East Regional Final between the Syracuse and Ohio State, it’s clear what’s driving the discussion. Rarely this season has the focus been about how the Orange would fare and adjust to an opponent’s offensive or defensive approach, but rather how their opponent would handle the vaunted zone. [more]

Ohio State one step closer to meeting lofty expectations

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BOSTON – So Ohio State is going to be one of the final eight teams standing entering the weekend. That shouldn’t shock you, but you may overlook the fact that this is unchartered territory for this current roster of Buckeye players. Yeah, Thad Matta’s Buckeyes were a national runner-up in 2007, but since then the [more]

In Syracuse’s win over Wisconsin, C.J. Fair shows why he’s vital

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BOSTON – He’s fifth on the team in scoring, but logs the second most minutes on the team. He’s not a true frontcourt player, yet is second on the team in rebounds (and first on the current roster). C.J. Fair is not a star. He may never be a star in his time in Syracuse, [more]

William Buford wasn’t stellar, but win gets him deserved shot at Final Four

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BOSTON – Currently the school’s fourth all-time leading scorer player, William Buford has certainly left his mark on the Ohio State basketball program. The player who holds the distinction of starting more games than any other player to pass through Ohio State, Buford has played alongside college basketball superstars Evan Turner and Jared Sullinger and been a [more]

No Fab Melo, but Orange just find way to win

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BOSTON – In a game that taught us  that great shooting can beat a balanced attack the No. 1 seed Syracuse Orange defeated the No. 4 seed Wisconsin Badgers 64-63. Despite arguably their best shooting performance of the entire season, the Badgers came up just short in their upset bid. In just the first few [more]