David Lighty closed his Ohio State career as the winningest player in program history. Now Lighty, Jon Diebler and Dallas Lauderdale will be watching tonight's NBA draft with the hopes of hearing their names being called.
Dallas Lauderdale might not have put up overly impressive numbers during his Ohio State career, but his overall athleticism remains a coveted commodity. Now as he plans the next step in his career, Lauderdale talks to BuckeyeSports.com about his recent trip to Portsmouth and what he will focus on during the coming weeks.
Lavoy Allen, Chris Wright, Matt Howard, Josh Harrelson, Austin Freeman, Jamie Skeen, Marshon Brooks, Jon Diebler, Justin Harper, Jeremy Hazell, Jacob Pullen and Cory Higgins pulled out of the Portsmouth Invitational.
With its aspirations on a national championship, last year's Ohio State team fizzled out in the Sweet 16 with a three-point loss to Tennessee. Now headed back to that point in the tournament, this year's team is aiming to learn from last year's season-ending loss.
While No. 1 Ohio State competes for the right to advance through the NCAA Tournament, a few rivalries have developed on the team's roster. Find out why Jon Diebler and David Lighty have teamed up against Aaron Craft and Dallas Lauderdale and who generally gets the better end of the deal.
As top-seeded Ohio State turns the page and focuses in on a Sunday matchup with George Mason, take one final look back at Friday's lopsided win against Texas-San Antonio with this notebook.
The nation was tuned in to watch as Ohio State was announced as the top overall seed in the NCAA Tournament, but Dallas Lauderdale only needed to see a moment of the show before attending to a more pressing need. Read on for more.
Ohio State will take on Penn State on Sunday for the Big Ten tournament title, but before we turn the page to the Nittany Lions take a look back at the win against Michigan with this notebook. Leading off is the play of freshman Jordan Sibert.