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Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball 2015-2016 News and Updates
3/11/15 - The regular season ended with a loss for the Ohio State Buckeyes basketball team. They faced the Big Ten's number one ranked team, the Wisconsin Badgers, who dominated the Buckeyes in the 72-48 loss. The Buckeyes scored the fewest points at home than they have in the past three years. However, the loss is not the final moment for the Buckeyes this season. They head to the Big Ten conference tournament this week ranked sixth, playing the winner of the game between Rutgers and Minnesota during Session 3 of the tournament on March 12. If the Buckeyes do well in the first game, they will head to the quarterfinal of the conference tournament to face Michigan State, number 3 in the conference. Tickets to the Session 3 game are still available, starting at $7.
3/4/15 - With March Madness just around the corner, the Ohio State Buckeyes basketball team has two final regular season games, one on March 4th against the Penn State Nittany Lions and the final game on Sunday, March 8, against Wisconsin. The Buckeyes head into the game against Penn State tied for fifth in their conference, and they are still without Anthony Lee, who remains out with a groin injury. They have won their last two games against Nebraska and Purdue, so they will be looking to continue the winning streak to help them secure a place in the NCAA Tournament and strengthen their chances of a good seed for the Big Ten tournament. Tickets are still on sale for the final game against Wisconsin, starting at $10.
2/25/15 - The Buckeyes have picked a bad time to start a losing streak. With losses in their last two games to hated rivals Michigan State and Michigan, the Buckeyes have fallen out of the rankings and to the middle of the pack in the Big Ten rankings. Sunday night against Michigan, the Buckeyes just could not get going offensively in the first half, mustering only 10 field goals in that span. On the other side of the ball, the Buckeyes could not stop the Wolverines, who broke down the press with relative ease. Looking forward, Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball has four chances remaining to impress the committee and hopefully improve their seeding. Make sure to come out to the Schottenstein center to cheer on the Buckeyes as they host Nebraska tomorrow and Purdue on March 1st. Razorgator has tickets available starting at just $11.
2/20/15 - A weeklong break is just what the Buckeyes needed following a heartbreaking Valentines’ Day loss to rival Michigan State. Though the last second loss to the Spartans was disappointing and dropped the Buckeyes out of the rankings, there are still five games left in the season for Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball to regain their momentum and solidify their NCAA tournament status. That all starts with a road trip to Michigan on February 22nd. Make sure to come out to the Schottenstein Center to catch the Buckeyes when they return home for the last three games of the season: February 26th against Nebraska, March 1st against Purdue, and March 8th in a critical home closer against the fifth-ranked Wisconsin Badgers. Razorgator has tickets still available starting at just $7.
2/11/15 - The Ohio State Buckeyes have done some great things this season. So far, they have won 19 games, and they are the 23rd team in the nation right now. Tonight, they took on Penn State, a competitive game for the first half. Then, in the second, the Buckeyes took over, winning 75-55. A huge reason why Ohio State pulled away at the end was because of Sam Thompson. He ended up scoring 22 points and had 5 rebounds. If he can keep up these efforts for the rest of the season, Ohio State is going to go a long way. D’Angelo Russell, Ohio State’s guard, also had a great game. He ended up with 17 points. Up next up for them is a competitive game against Michigan State. Tickets for this game are available now for $31.
2/6/15 - The Ohio State Buckeyes basketball team narrowly missed out on a four-game winning streak when they lost to Purdue 58-60. Most of the game went back and forth between the two teams, but a final drive by Purdue where they outscored Ohio 13-2 gave them an edge that could even a last minute attempt could not overcome. The team was without Marc Loving, who is the second-highest scorer for the team and is on an indefinite suspension due to an off-court issue. Although their offense missed out on potential points from Loving, the defense was the larger problem for the game, and Purdue scored 13 layups out of their 19 field goals. The team will work on their game prior to facing the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on Sunday, Feb. 8. Tickets remain on sale, starting at $128.
1/27/15 - One of the better teams in the Big Ten Conference right now is the Ohio State Buckeyes. They are riding high off a much-needed win against the Indiana Hoosiers. The final score ended up being 82-70, and a huge reason why they did so well was because of the stellar play from D’Angelo Russell. He scored 22 points, and had 10 assists. He found his teammates time and time again down the court, helping facilitate the Buckeyes’ offense. It was his second double-double of the season, and if he can keep up these efforts, he’s going to do great things for Ohio State. Next up for them is a great game against Maryland, which takes place this Thursday. Tickets are available now for $14.
1/21/15 - It seems the Ohio State Buckeyes basketball team might be having trouble getting their momentum back after their incredibly close loss against the Indiana Hoosiers on Jan. 10th. Things were looking up when they were able to beat the Michigan Wolverines (10-7) by a whopping 19 points, but they have since fallen behind on the court. Even with D'Angelo Russell scoring 27 points, the most for a single player on either team, the Buckeyes lost 67-76 to the Iowa Hawkeyes. They have lost two of their last three games, both losses being away games. Luckily, they have a little break before their next game on Jan. 22nd against the Northwestern Wildcats (10-8), so they have had plenty of time to get their game together and return to dominating.
1/12/15 - Ohio State was still recovering from the neck and neck game against the Indiana Hoosiers last week, where they lost by three tiny points. Fortunately, it looks like the Ohio State Buckeyes basketball team has got their game back as they return to their home court because they simply blew past the Michigan Wolverines on Jan. 13th. They were ahead by a whopping 15 points at the half and then they only added to their lead. When the dust settled, Ohio had 71 points over the Wolverines' 52. This brings the Buckeyes to 14-4. Sadly, they only had one home game before returning to the road. They will be playing the Iowa Hawkeyes next and will return on Jan. 25th to play the Indiana Hoosiers again.
1/9/15 - After having their winning streak taken from them a few games ago, the Ohio State Buckeyes basketball team is well on their way to earning a new streak. However, they very nearly lost to the Minnesota Golden Gophers on Jan. 6th. They earned an impressive 12-point lead early, but they had a dismal second half, only scoring 25 points. In the end, both teams were tied at 66 and the Buckeyes edged out the Golden Gophers 8-6 in overtime to bring the final score to 74-72. Now at 13-3, Ohio State is one of the highest ranked teams, but they need to keep up the pace since they only had one loss before Dec. 20th. They return to Ohio on Jan. 13th to play the Michigan Wolverines.
1/1/15 - The Ohio State Buckeyes basketball team could not get their game together in the first half when they played the Iowa Hawkeyes, and their miserable start hung over them in the second half. Things started out promising enough when they took a lead within the first minute, but they trailed 43-31 by the half. They played much better after that point, scoring 34 more points and a strong defense kept Iowa from scoring more than 28. It simply was not enough, however, and they came up short with 71-65. This loss is right on the heels of their brutal victory over Wright St. on Saturday where they scored nearly double their opponents with a final score of 55-100. Ohio is looking to recapture that energy as they take on the Illinois Illini this coming Saturday.
12/25/14 - After having their four-game winning streak cut short by the North Carolina Tar Heels on Saturday, the Ohio State Buckeyes basketball team was ready to start another winning streak and they brought the matching energy to the court against the Miami Redhawks. Reserve guard Kam Williams scored 18 points and Ohio State got a 26-3 run before the first half was even over. When the dust settled, the Buckeyes were sitting at 93 points while the Redhawks stopped at 55. Ohio State is now 10-2 and all set to dominate once again. They will be playing the Wright State Raiders next as their series of home games continues. If you would like to see if lightning can strike twice this weekend, tickets are available for $15.
12/17/14 - Ohio State took care of business on Saturday, knocking off the Morehead State Eagles 87-71. The Buckeyes led by 19 points at the halftime break, and were never seriously threatened on their way to their eighth victory of the season. Freshman guard D’Angelo Russell scored 15 points and dished seven assists for Ohio State, and senior Amir Williams grabbed nine boards while scoring 12 points on 5-6 shooting. The Buckeyes shot 56 percent as a team and out-rebounded the Eagles 30-19 to improve to 8-1 this season. They will try to win their fourth game in a row when North Carolina A&T comes to town Wednesday night. Razorgator has great seats still available starting at just $3, so come out and support Ohio State Buckeyes basketball!
12/12/14 - The Ohio State Buckeyes basketball team are shooting better than 50 percent this season in each of the four games. Senior Shannon Scott is leading with 11.5 a contest for assists per game. Currently, the Buckeyes are No. 4 in the nation with 21 assists per game on average. Their field goal percentage is nearly at a scoring accuracy of 61 percent and the team has made 144 field goal attempts out of 237. Even Buckeyes rookie D'Angelo Russell, is a leading scorer with a 19-point average per game during his first four games in Columbus. Nationally, he is also among the Top 25 rookie offensive leaders with 22 assists. Tickets for the Buckeyes games are now on sale. The team hopes to capture another win against the Morehead State Eagles at 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio. Tickets are as low as $5.
12/4/14 - Coming off their first loss of the season Tuesday night, the Ohio State Buckeyes look to bounce back at home versus Colgate this Saturday. The #5 Louisville Cardinals handed Ohio State the defeat, dropping the Buckeyes to 5-1 on the season. Freshman guard D’Angelo Russell turned in a strong performance for Ohio State, scoring 17 points to go with six rebounds and seven assists. Marc Loving added 13 plus six boards for the Buckeyes, but it wasn’t enough to overcome 30 percent shooting from the floor and 14 turnovers as a team. The Buckeyes will try to get back on track versus the Colgate Red Raiders on Saturday afternoon, and Razorgator is your connection for tickets to the game, with seats starting at just $2! Come out and support Ohio State Buckeyes basketball at a great price!
11/25/14 - A perennial power in the Big Ten, your Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball team is already rolling in the young 2014-2015 college basketball season. Sitting at 3-0 and currently leading the nation in field goal percentage, your Buckeyes are poised to make another run at a national championship under Coach Thad Matta. Led by talented freshman guard D’Angelo Russell and savvy senior point guard extraordinaire Shannon Scott, the Buckeyes have a stacked team that is ready to dominate the competition. With upcoming non conference home contests against marquee teams like #6 North Carolina, there is no better time than now to come out to the Schottenstein Center to cheer on your Buckeyes to victory. Razorgator has the best seats and the best prices, starting at under $10.
11/19/14 - Ohio State Buckeyes basketball fans were in for a treat Tuesday night as the Buckeyes beat the Marquette University Golden Eagles 74-63 before an enthusiastic crowd at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus. With both teams heading into Tuesday’s matchup with a 1-0 record, the Buckeyes used a 12-2 run early on in the game to take the lead for good. There was no looking back from there, with Ohio State’s Kam Williams scoring 15 points and teammate Shannon Scott adding a career-best 14 assists to lead the no. 20 Buckeyes past Marquette. The Buckeyes face the Sacred Heart University Pioneers next Sunday, November 23, at the Schottenstein Center in the first of four games that are part of the Buckeye Classic. Tickets for the 7pm game range from $4 to $337.
11/13/14 - This Friday will be Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball team’s first game of the season. Their opponents will be the Massachusetts-Lowell River Hawks on Ohio State’s home court in Columbus. They have only four new recruits (Mickey Mitchell, Austin Grandstaff, Daniel Giddens and A.J. Harris), but Buckeyes’ coach, Thad Matta , is very confident in their performance, “All four guys have won and have won at a very high level. I think there's an art to winning, and that's why we got them” Ohio State’s team is currently rated No. 7 in the nation. This week’s game still has tickets available starting as low as $3. The Buckeyes are looking at a mostly home game season, so there are plenty of chances to catch them play.
2/7/14 – After a disappointing 2-4 start to begin Conference play, the Ohio State Buckeyes appear to be getting back on track. Two recent road wins against top 20 teams – No.14 Wisconsin and No.17 Iowa - has helped morale in the locker room after being unranked for the first time in four years. More than halfway through Big Ten play, the Buckeyes will play five of their remaining eight at Schottenstein Center including a rivalry game against No.10 Michigan Wolverines and the season-finale versus No.9 Michigan State. Surprisingly, Michigan Wolverines vs. Ohio State Basketball tickets are the cheapest of remaining home games, averaging just $43 with a get-in price of $15.
1/2/14 - The Ohio State Buckeyes are heading into conference play with a flawless 13-0 start. Coach Thad Matta and the No. 3 Buckeyes will ride this momentum into talented Big Ten games looking to come out on top as conference champs for the 6th time during Matta’s tenure. Their first B1G conference game came New Years Eve against the Purdue Boilermakers, where Ohio State’s unyielding defense—ranked in the top five in the nation—pinned down their foes 78-69. See them take on rivals, the Michigan Wolverines, for only $40 at the Schottenstein Center as they try and climb ahead of Arizona and Syracuse in ranking. With this year’s squad, laden with an impressive group of veteran players, the B1G title is a foreseeable outcome!
10/25/13 - The Ohio State Buckeyes are leading contenders from the Big Ten, being one of two teams to have made a NCAA Tournament run every decade since the 1930s. Under coach Thad Matta, the Buckeyes have twice contended in the Sweet 16, once in the Final 4, and finished as runner-ups for the Big Ten (in the Elite 8) last season. Ohio has a great chance spearheading the Big Ten Tournament this year, with numerous senior players returning to provide the experience so necessary in games.
The Scarlet and Gray will open their season against Morgan State on Nov 9 at Schottenstein Center. The OSU-Michigan State rivalry will play out on Jan 7 for a big on the road showdown, they will end the season against the Spartans on Mar 9 at home. Ohio will kick-off the Gotham Classic on Dec 21 at Madison Square Garden against Notre Dame. Finishing with 13 Big Ten victories last season, the boys are primed for another excellent run, and will start their Big Ten play New Year’s Eve, at Purdue.
The Buckeyes are another elitist team left with a couple gaping holes, due to players leaving for the NBA, namely Deshaun Thomas (19.5 point average) and Evan Ravenel. But watch out for point guard Aaron Craft, a leading defender in the league, and now Ohio’s number one scorer. He will look to make even more moves as a seasoned senior, working in tandem with Lenzelle Smith Jr., highest rebound points and second highest scorer on the team, and LaQuinton Ross, a major threat on offense. Key newcomers will be Marc Loving and Kameron Williams.