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2 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
Aaron Craft dove to the Value City Arena floor for one last time with 29 seconds remaining Sunday.
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2 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
Ohio State's Aaron Craft, left, steals the ball from Michigan State's Keith Appling during the first half March 9, 2014.
5 hrs ago | WCPO-TV9 Cincinnati
Cincinnati Police said its investigation into the Greenpeace high-wire, stunt protest at Procter and Gamble headquarters is closed, police said Friday.
11 hrs ago | Maddux Sports Blog
Both the 23-7 Michigan State Spartans and 22-8 Ohio State Buckeyes are safely in the NCAA tournament.
While it's certain these players will have a huge impact on their team's success in the Big Ten tournament and beyond, the role players on many teams will be almost as important.
Remember when some of us thought this game might decide the Big Ten a few months ago? That's definitely not the case anymore, but MSU can still get the #2 seed in the Big Ten Tourney with a win and Wisconsin loss.
The Canton Charge acquired former Ohio State guard William Buford in a trade and released former Cavalier Kevin Jones on Saturday.
Here's a look at the big matchups and top storylines from around the nation as we begin another busy weekend of college basketball action: Amidst all the NCAA tournament and conference championship hullabaloo, the last batch of regular season games can sometimes be overlooked.
Ameryst Alston scored 33 points and Cait Craft added 24 as No. 8 seed Ohio State stunned top-seeded and No.
Once upon a time, they were a half-dozen strong. But Sunday, Ohio State will only honor two players at senior day.
Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Thad Matta reacts to what he thought was a bad call.
Originally, I do not think the pun was intended, but let's go with it. Although Kris Humphries is in his 10th year in the league, Brad Stevens has not handled his minutes with much consistency this season, and rightfully so.
Senior guards Lenzelle Smith Jr. and Aaron Craft look on during a game against Iowa Jan. 12 at the Schottenstein Center.
For college basketball coaches, the regular season lasts four months, but recruiting is a year-round job.
March Madness is ramping up with the conference tournaments starting this week and the NCAA tournament just around the corner.
Reporters who cover the NBA get accustomed to living in a world of height, but Z has the same striking effect on others as did the towering Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Wilt Chamberlain.