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Buckeyes Finish Regular Season, Prep For BT Tournament

Story By: Jeff Alan



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  Original Published: 3/11/2013

The Ohio State Men's basketball team finished the regular season Sunday with a 68-55 win over Illinois in Columbus as OSU put a wrap on the regular season at 23-7.  The Buckeyes had a shot at a share of the Big Ten regular season title if Michigan had beaten Indiana.  As it was, the Hoosiers pulled out a 72-71 win at Michigan giving Indiana their first outright regular season championship since 1992-'93.  Ohio State and Michigan State finished in a tie for second with conference records of 13-5.

Up next for the Buckeyes is the Big Ten Tournament which runs March 14-17.  Indiana earned the top seed while OSU, MSU and Wisconsin earned first round byes.  Ohio State will play either Purdue or Nebraska on Friday at 5:30pm.  Top seed Indiana will play the winner of the Illinois/Minnesota matchup on Friday at 11am.     

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