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Ohio State Downs VCU 96-86

After a heart breaking loss to 24th ranked Georgia earlier in the week, the Ohio State women’s basketball team sought to return to .500 on the season as they hosted VCU today. The Buckeyes held a late lead against the Bulldogs but watched it slip away in the closing minutes. A short bench, OSU only […]

Ohio State Survives Scare From VCU

After an impressive win at West Virginia in their opener and a narrow win at home against Florida Atlantic, the Ohio State women’s basketball team looked to continue their undefeated start to the season today as they hosted Virginia Commonwealth University Thursday night.  The already shorthanded Ohio State roster suffered another blow earlier this week […]

Conference Movement Is a Good Thing….For Basketball

Good Morning and pardon me while I completely ignore the art of filing a violation. That’s no way to start a Friday. Of course there are concerns, and it’s hard to put our trust in the Athletic Department. But as a college basketball fan, I have bigger fish to fry. You see, in a world […]

Notes from the 2010-11 basketball season

Now that the proverbial dust has settled from the 2010-2011 men’s college basketball season, it’s time to reflect a bit on the season past and pick out of a few of the headlines, highlights, or otherwise newsworthy items that seemed to define this season.  Obviously it was a great season for Buckeye fans, and one […]

March Madness 2011: Southwest Region

We continue our look at the NCAA tournament field with our third of three regions.  Jay and Joe already did a fantastic job with the West and Southeast regions yesterday.  The Southwest region seems a lot easier to predict than the Southeast with a lot fewer chances for upsets in the first round.  That doesn’t […]

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