Ohio State hoops continues slide, loses at Indiana

It was at all times going to be robust to win on the highway towards an enhancing Indiana group, however Ohio State goes to need to discover a solution to win some video games it’s anticipated to as we get near February if it nonetheless has designs of constructing the NCAA Match.

And for some time, the Buckeyes had been aggressive towards the Hoosiers. That each one fell by the wayside when Indiana went on a 15-0 run to shut out the primary half and headed into the locker room up 46-30. OSU by no means actually recovered and by no means actually made a run to make it fascinating, falling by a complete rating of 86-70 on Saturday evening.

It wasn’t for making an attempt from freshman sensation Brice Sensabaugh nevertheless. He had one other huge evening by scoring 23 factors on 9-of-17 capturing, together with 3-of-5 from past the arc. Nevertheless, he didn’t have a lot assist. Zed Key was the one different Buckeye that reached double figures by scoring 12 factors.

The sport was more-or-less misplaced on the 3-point line. Indiana splashed 9-of-19 from deep whereas Ohio State made simply 4-of-18. The Buckeyes additionally obtained beat on the boards once more in an alarming development. One thing that has to get higher by some means.

With the loss, OSU drops to 11-10 general, and 3-7 in Large Ten play. It’s exhausting to see a solution to climb out of the opening at this level.


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