How Ohio State lost three freshmen in less than one day, and whether Mickey Mitchell’s hair is to blame.
With college players now allowed to fully “test the waters” of the NBA, we should begin to see more players like Thompson temporarily declare for the NBA.
The 2016-17 roster may look suspiciously similar to its current version. But that does not mean that greater success is out of reach.
Why do some of us willingly choose a lesser quality product than the NBA has to offer? Because college basketball is awesome.
Just when the majority of Buckeye fans–myself included–had come to terms with the fact that their team almost certainly would miss out on an NCAA Tournament birth, Ohio State goes and gets our hopes up again.
Barring a 2011 UConn-esque run through the Big Ten tournament, Ohio State will not be making an appearance in the Big Dance for the first time since 2008, the seventh-longest active streak in the country.
Saturday’s battle between Ohio State and Nebraska appeared to be basketball’s interpretation of Queen’s 1975 hit “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
It doesn’t get better for Buckeye fans than getting to see Evan Turner enshrined as an Ohio State legend and That Team Up North losing in the same night.
Like Forrest Gump once famously said, “Ohio State Basketball is like a box of chocolate–you never know what you’re going to get.”
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