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Longest game in Big Ten Tournament history, goes to Buckeyes, 88-81 in 2 overtimes

For the Buckeyes to gain their 26th win of the season they really had to buckle down to earn it. Evan Turner overcoming some turnover problems,  a 20-0 second half run to erase an Illinois lead of 10-points and playing 2 overtimes and surviving Illinois having the last shot to win the game at the end of regulation and at the end of the first overtime. And not to mention, Ohio State endured two long scoring droughts, more than 7 minutes in the first half and more than 4 minutes in the second half.

Evan Turner on a reverse (Indy Star)

Number 5 Ohio State and Evan Turner’s 31 points are in the championship game of the Big Ten Tournament Sunday afternoon against the Minnesota Golden Gophers who upset Purdue in the other semifinal game.

The 26-7 Buckeyes are trying to make a case for a number 1 seed along with several other top 10 teams who won their conference tournament. And Turner is doing everything he can to make sure it happens for the Buckeyes.

To go along with his 31 points, he grabbed 10 rebounds had 2 assists and 2 steals but on the negative side, he committed 10 of  Ohio State’s 18 turnovers. But he played more than 14 minutes with four fouls and finally fouled out with one minute left in the game.

The Illinois Fighting Illini could’ve been in the championship game themselves if they had converted on one of two possible game winning shots at the buzzer. Mike Davis didn’t get a wide open layup off in time at the end of regulation, and D.J. Richardson missed  a long  jumper after the red lights lit up on the backboard at the close of the first overtime.

William Buford had 22 points and 14 rebounds. John Diebler finished with 14 points, joining the Buckeyes’ 1,000-club. His fourth 3-point goal, just 15 seconds into the 2nd overtime, gave him a school record 273. Jamar Butler, who graduated two years ago, held the previous mark of 272.

19-14 Illinois will have to wait until Sunday evening to see if they will make the NCAA Tournament. They were led in scoring by Evan Turner’s high school classmate and friend, Demetri McCamey, with 22 points; D.J. Richardson had 15 points, and Mike Davis scored 13 points and grabbed 18 rebounds, one short of Greg Oden’s single-game tournament record of 19.

Hockey Buckeyes shock Miami; wins in overtime to tie series

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Sergio Somma's game-winning goal (OSU photo)

Sergio Somma’s goal in overtime helped the Ohio State men’s hockey do what no one thought they could do, beat Miami in Steve Cady Arena in Oxford, Ohio. The 5-4 win over #1/#2 Miami, 5-4, ties up the Central Collegiate Hockey Association quarterfinals at a game apiece.

The two Ohio foes will play at 7:o5 p.m. Sunday in Oxford, with the winner advancing to the CCHA semifinals.

If you want to go root the Buckeyes on to victory, tickets will go on sale at 6 p.m. in the Goggin Arena lobby.

Ohio State led 2-0 after the first period.

They stretched the lead out to 3-0 early in the second period before the RedHawks cut the score to 3-2 after two periods. Ohio State upped the lead to 4-2 at the 14:55 mark of the third period, but Miami scored twice in the final overtime, making a shorthanded goal at 16:58 and the game tying goal at 18:40.

The two teams combined for 3 goals in the final 5:05 of regulation, sending the game into overtime and setting up Ohio State’s game-winning goal by Sergio Somma.

Ohio Bobcats wins the MAC; advances to “The Big Dance”

The Ohio Bobcats made an unbelievable run through the First Energy Mid-American Conference Tournament by stunning defending champion Akron in overtime, 81-75 on Saturday at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. Thus, earning the automatic NCAA tournament bid.

Freshman D.J. Cooper scored 23 points and came up with three clutch plays  in overtime to help Ohio beat all of the odds of winning the tournament.

Ohio Bobcats celebrate (ohio photo)

The ninth-seeded Bobcats (21-14) became the lowest seed to win the MAC title. They advanced by upsetting number 1 Kent State, fourth-seeded Miami (Ohio) and the number 3 team, the Akron Zips (24-10).

This wasn’t suppose to be Ohio’s year, but led by head coach John Groce, a Thad Matta disciple, they kept believing in their talents, overcame numerous injuries, player suspensions and several close defeats, to capture their first title since 2005.

D.J. Cooper leads the Bobcats (ohio photo)

Ohio’s Armon Bassett scored 25 points to earn the tournament MVP trophy.

The Akron Zips were led by Jimmy Conyers with 19 points and 12 rebounds.

Ohio State men’s tennis wins 100th straight home match

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Chase Buchanan ranked 23rd in nation (osu)

Fourth-ranked Ohio State won its 100th consecutive home match with a 7-0 win over Purdue Friday night at the OSU Varsity Indoor Tennis Center.

The streak is the longest of its kind by a team in any sport in Big Ten history.

Chase Buchanan, ranked 23rd in the nation, beat Slavko Bijelica 6-1, 6-0 at number 1 singles.

The Buckeyes have won five straight matches since losing top-ranked Virginia on February 14.

Purdue is ranked 6oth in the country with a record of  7-5.

CCHA Quarterfinals: Miami RedHawks 6 Ohio State 2

Carter Camper comes up big for Miami (mu)

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Hunter Bishop scored two goals in the first period for Ohio State (14-17-6), the second just 1:32 before intermission to give the Buckeyes a 2-1 lead.

Hunter Bishop (osu)

But Carter Camper scored twice in the second period and Miami University (25-5-7) scored the game’s final five goals to beat Ohio State 6-2 Friday night in Oxford, Ohio.  The win puts Miami into the driver’s seat in the best-of  three series of Central Collegiate Hockey Association Tournament.

Dustin Carlson made 22 saves for the Buckeyes.

Game Two is Saturday night in Steve Cady Arena.

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