The Ohio State men’s basketball team went 49 days with just one Big Ten win during the regular season. They’ve now won three games in less than 49 hours during the Big Ten Tournament.
Chris Holtmann’s team knocked off Michigan State, 68-58 on Friday afternoon to advance to the semifinals. They are the lowest seed in conference history to reach the weekend.
And Friday’s upset win was even more unlikely because the Buckeyes did it without freshman standout Brice Sensabaugh.
Tony Gerdeman of BuckeyeHuddle.com joins host Tom Orr to break down Ohio State’s unlikely run, and how they’ve turned things around so suddenly.
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