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2014-2015 Men's Basketball
By Eric Seger
There has been a lot of talk around college basketball about changing the game in order to increase the pace of play and thus scoring. Some of the changes include shortening the shot clock and cutting down on the number of timeouts each coach has in a game. Thad Matta agrees with some of the opinions around the game, but not all.
2014-2015 Men's Basketball
By Eric Seger
It's the final week of the regular season in college basketball and there are eight Big Ten teams vying for seeding in the top half of the conference. There are plenty of games to play, so Eric Seger took a stab at projecting what teams would win and where they would finish in the standings.
2014-2015 Men's Basketball
By Eric Seger
A pair of home wins last week has Ohio State back in the top-25 poll once again.
2014-2015 Men's Basketball
By Eric Seger
Ohio State trailed by as many as 12 points Sunday night against Purdue, but reversed its fortunes to pick up a huge 65-61 victory that's vital for its NCAA Tournament résumé. The Buckeyes hope that's a positive thing with the postseason less than two weeks away.
2014-2015 Men's Basketball
By Eric Seger
Check out the five things we can take away from Ohio State's big win over Purdue Sunday night.
2014-2015 Men's Basketball
OSU vs Purdue - Photo Gallery
By Jim Davidson

The Buckeyes came back from a 12-point deficit to down the visiting Purdue Boilermakers 65-61 in the Schottenstein Center Sunday night. Freshman Guard D'Angelo Russell lead all scorers with 28 points.

 Check out our Photo Gallery by Jim Davidson.

2014-2015 Men's Basketball
By Eric Seger
Ohio State struggled in the early going against Purdue Sunday night at home, but made enough plays late to get a big victory.
2014-2015 Men's Basketball
By Eric Seger
Ohio State fell to Purdue last month, 60-58, in its first game without sophomore Marc Loving. Loving is back in the lineup for the rematch Sunday, but the Buckeyes will likely be without Anthony Lee.
2014-2015 Men's Basketball
By Eric Seger

With just three games remaining in the regular season, Ohio State's seniors are running out of time to leave their mark on the program. Doing so starts Sunday against Purdue, a team vying for the NCAA Tournament.

2014-2015 Men's Basketball
By Eric Seger
NBA coaching legend and current New York Knicks President Phil Jackson was in Columbus Thursday night to get a look at D'Angelo Russell. He made a few comments to cleveland.com as he was leaving the arena, and could face a fine from the league for discussing a draft-ineligible prospect.
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