Spencer Holbrook

Published on January 14, 2020

COLUMBUS — For the first time since before Christmas, Ohio State walked off the court with a win.
The burden of a four-game losing streak has been lifted from Chris Holtmann’s team, and now, the Buckeyes can finally smile Tuesday night after a rough stretch that spanned nearly a month.
The offense looked competent again. Kyle Young looked like he’s back and healthy for a huge upcoming string of Big Ten games. The guard duo that Ohio State (12-5, 2-4 Big Ten) relies on took the game over. And the Buckeyes are back in the win column with an 80-68 win over Nebraska.

Crutcher's 3 in OT lifts No. 13 Dayton over Saint Louis

ST. LOUIS – The No. 13/11 University of Dayton men's basketball team remains undefeated in Atlantic 10 Conference play after a thrilling 78-76 overtime win over Saint Louis. Dayton improved to 5-0 in conference and 16-2 overall. Saint Louis fell to 3-2 in conference and 14-4 overall.

• The Flyers return to UD Arena to host St. Bonaventure on Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 7 p.m. ET.


Marauders run past Paine, 83-58


WILBERFORCE, Ohio – The Central State Marauders cruised to a 83-58 victory over Paine College on Monday night.

With the win, CSU improves to 6-3 overall with a 3-1 mark in SIAC play. PC remains winless at 0-9 with an 0-4 record in conference play.
CSU opened the game up an a 11-0 run and never looked back. CSU senior guard Tom Johnson dished out eight first half assists while picking up the 400th of his collegiate career. Five of Johnson’s eight assists went to the hot shooting Harris Brown, who came off the bench to score 14 in the opening half to help give the Marauders a 49-23 lead at the intermission.


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