Buckeyes Total Three First Round Selections

Without much fanfare Greg Oden was selected as the number one overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft. What followed next saw fellow teammates selected within the next twenty selections. How will these former Buckeyes help their new teams? We take a look at each.
June 28, 2007

Cook Reacts to Draft

Daequan Cook's NBA dream has become a reality. Thursday night in the annual NBA draft, Cook was selected No. 21 overall in the first round by the Philadelphia 76ers and dealt to Miami afterwords. Kyle Lamb has more on reactions from Cook and his former high school assistant coach and mentor, Al Powell.
June 28, 2007

Three Buckeyes To Hear Name Called

While the NBA Draft may not receive the attention given its football counterpart the NFL, this year's draft will be watched by more Buckeye fans than ever before as three former Buckeyes could all see their name called in the first round.
June 28, 2007

Oden: Not Going Alone

The Ohio State trio of Greg Oden, Mike Conley Jr. and Daequan Cook came into Columbus together and it appears as though they will depart after just one season with the Buckeyes.
April 19, 2007

Oden, Cook, and Conley Consider NBA Options

Skill development with the coaches began Monday for all members of the Ohio State men's basketball team but three Buckeyes spent the late afternoon with head coach Thad Matta dealing with more pressing matters.
April 17, 2007

Don't overlook Buckeyes' Cook, Lighty

ATLANTA - They were a part of the Thad Five, but Daequan Cook and David Lighty have almost become The Forgotten Freshmen.
March 31, 2007

Ohio State - Penn State: Take Two

The Big Ten and a chance for an outright championship is on the line this week for Ohio State after Wisconsin's loss against Michigan State Tuesday. To take their second-stright outright title, Ohio State must first beat Penn State after nearly blowing a 24-point second-half lead last Wednesday. The possible clincher looms Sunday against Wisconsin. Kyle Lamb has a preview of tonight's game.
February 21, 2007

Ohio State Escapes Penn State Flurry

It's been a common theme this season for Ohio State: if it was a 41-minute game, they may have been in trouble. As it was, Ohio State used the 40 minutes allowed by rule to eek out a 64-62 victory on the road against Penn State. The Buckeyes survived a late run by the Nittany Lions in a game they led 40-19 at halftime. Kyle Lamb has postgame analysis and observations of the close encounter.
February 14, 2007