The #20 Ohio State Buckeyes (2-0) open up the Buckeye Classic in Value City Arena this Sunday evening, by hosting the Sacred Heart University Pioneers. The Pioneers (Fairfield, CT) are members of the Northeast Conference. This is a FCS level conference with such notable members as Bryant, Central Connecticut, an two different St. Francis’s Brooklyn, NY […]
After a close loss at Virginia in their season opening, the Ohio State women’s basketball team got their first win of the year on Sunday when they hosted St. Francis. Tonight the Buckeyes played host to 24th ranked Georgia, look to avenge a tough road loss last season and get a winning record for the […]
In the first signficant game on the OSU schedule, the Marquette Golden Eagles (1-0) under new coach Steve Wojciechowski visited Value City Arena. Both teams put on an entertaining show, but it was clear that the Buckeyes were too much for the Eagles en route to a 74-63 win. The Buckeyes were lead in scoring […]
This is a sponsored post by our partners at TiqIQ The Ohio State Buckeyes are geared up for their 11th season under head coach Thad Matta. After a disappointing exit in the NCAA tournament in their first game to Cinderella squad Dayton, Ohio State is ranked No. 20 in both preseason polls. The loss of […]
OK, folks you have a few years to get shined up and lean on your Columbus friends for tickets. Per The Columbus Dispatch:
City of Columbus, Ohio State University and Nationwide Arena officials gathered tonight in the Buckeye Hall of Fame Grill to celebrate the city’s selection to host the NCAA women’s basketball Final Four in 2018.
The NCAA made the announcement on ESPN at halftime of the Kentucky-Baylor women’s game in Lexington, Ky., and drew an ovation in the Grandview restaurant.
This is a really big deal from a prestige and financial perspective for the Columbus community.
The economic impact of a Final Four reportedly generates between $18 million and $20 million for the host city. Landing the event enhances Columbus’ image as a destination for other major events.
Congratulations to all involved who brought this tournament to Columbus. Well done.
The #20 Ohio State Buckeyes (1-0) host the Marquette Golden Eagles (1-0) Tuesday evening. This game is a rematch, of sorts, from last year when Ohio State visited Marquette and won a fairly uninspiring game 52-35. The Buckeye defense held the golden Eagles to 19% (10-53) from the field. That’s terrible shooting. Now, we’ll see […]
Somewhere in the realm of the NBA Developmental League circuit, Aaron Craft is confused. The signature man-to-man defense that he patented at Ohio State during his four years on campus was lost in translation Friday, as the Ohio State Buckeyes opened up the season with a 92-55 win at home against the UMass-Lowell River Hawks. […]
UMass-Lowell River Hawks @ Ohio State Buckeyes — Value City Arena 7:00 PM ET Thad Matta’s crew opens up the season tonight against UMass-Lowell, who starts their second year of Division I basketball as a member of the America East Conference. Head coach Pat Duquette will start his second year at the helm, as the Riverhawks look to […]
Ohio State fans got a preview of what’s to come this season for the men’s basketball season on Sunday, as the Ohio State Buckeyes downed the Division II Walsh Cavaliers 77-37 in exhibition play at Value City Arena. As fans expect to see throughout the season, the Buckeyes had a great balance from returning veterans […]
It’s hard to believe, but college basketball is upon us. I imagine you’re all reveling in the football win over MSU last night, but we can’t live in the past. On to hoops! Coach McGuff’s Buckeyes hosted Eckerd College in a pre-season (exhibition) game Sunday afternoon. Honestly, I don’t get too excited about exhibition games […]
It’s time for basketball, sort of. On Sunday, the men’s team eases into their 2014-2015 season by hosting an exhibition game against Walsh University of North Canton, OH. This is the 7th consecutive year that Ohio State and Walsh begin their seasons with an exhibition game against one another. This is the 2nd game of […]
The Associated Press has released it’s preseason top 25 poll and the Ohio State Buckeyes have found themselves ranked as one of top 25 schools to start the year for the sixth consecutive season. The Buckeyes, who were last left out of the Preseason AP Top 25 poll before the 2008-09 season, were selected by AP writers […]
We’re joined this week by former Ohio State point guard Kelvin Ransey, who has played with and against some of the best basketball players in college and pro basketball history.
Isiah Thomas, Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, and Kevin McHale just begin the list of players that the former Macomber High School product has played against.
Yet the true story of the Toledo product isn’t just about who was on the court with him.
Plain and simplyHe might be one of the most underrated player in Buckeye history.
The floor general that Eldon Miller put his trust in from day one is 2nd all-time in field goals made at Ohio State.
His name appears fifth on the school’s all-time scoring list.
More importantly, Ransey was a key cog in putting Buckeye basketball back on the map.
We’re so glad to be able to share the story of the 4th overall pick in the 1980 NBA Draft.
After six seasons in the Association, Kelvin Ransey left on his own terms. And now for 29 years, instead of assisting his teammates on the court, he’s delivering the word of god.
With the lord as his head coach, Ransey has learned that not only is he a floor general on the court.
He’s a point guard for the congregation and community.
Thanks for listening and as always you can find the show on iTunes. Clair and I will be back tomorrow to prepare you for Penn State and Ohio State on Saturday.
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As always, Go Bucks!
Head Coach Thad Matta is known for his dry humor, but you gotta love when the ol’ ball coach throws it into his yearly press conference at B1G Media Days in Chicago. Here are the wise words from Thad at this morning’s presser. THAD MATTA: I’m a little bit upset that we only get eight minutes […]
The Buckeyes appear to have their second commit to the 2015 class in St. Mary’s Episcopal HS guard Kaylan Pugh from Collierville, TN. The 5’9″ guard is the 7th rated at her position and 25th overall according to Prospect Nation and brings a toughness to the position that will be needed next year after the […]