Big Ten: Big Plays Help Buckeyes Try to Seal It

By Phil Kasiecki - March 11, 2007

CHICAGO - The play of the day happened with about 6:40 left. After Jamar Butler had the ball poked away into the backcourt, he picked it up, saw that the shot clock was running down, put it up from well beyond NBA three-point range and it hit all net to give the Buckeyes a ten-point lead.

Not to be outdone, a couple of minutes later Greg Oden was one of two Buckeyes back on a fast break, and he not only took the ball-handler, but altered his shot going to the hoop and grabbed the rebound. You didn't hear it here first, but let it be said right now: Greg Oden is good.

We're at the last media timeout, and Ohio State leads Wisconsin 62-45 with 3:23 left to play.

Posted by Phil Kasiecki at 05:06 PM on March 11, 2007

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