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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Aaron Craft
They were just questions asked of a tired coach after a loss.
Aaron Craft's career at Ohio State ended with a thud.
Dayton is re-configuring the college basketball map in Ohio.
The Buckeyes (25-10) had one last chance to pull out the victory, but Aaron Craft's driving 10-footer hit off the backboard and rolled off the rim as the buzzer sounded.
No. 8 Michigan ended 15 years of Big Ten tournament frustration Saturday.
Aaron Craft sat at the postgame podium in sheer disbelief Saturday.
Purdue coach Matt Painter appreciated his team's effort Thursday.
This was a fitting way for Aaron Craft to close out his final home game.
With one shot, No. 22 Ohio State had a chance to wash away a game full of missteps and prevent Penn State from pulling off yet another upset of the Buckeyes.
Coach Thad Matta was angry that his listless Ohio State Buckeyes were down by 10 points at halftime.
LaQuinton Ross apologized to his Ohio State teammates for getting involved in a scuffle that led to his ejection.
Ohio State trailed by three at halftime, and coach Thad Matta told the Buckeyes he thought they would find a way to win.
Illinois was hoping to stop its extended slump and build momentum for a strong finish when it hosted No. 22 Ohio State on Saturday night.
Iowa couldn't hit a 3 or get the defensive stops it needed, and stars Devyn Marble and Aaron White were outplayed by Ohio State's Aaron Craft.
It was easy to forget about Ohio State after a string of losses, including one at home to Iowa, sent the Buckeyes tumbling out of the Top 25.
"I don't think it's too hard to buy into, especially when you have (teammates like) Dave who have been through it already," said Aaron Craft, the freshman point guard whose role seems to expand each game. "Obviously, Coach has as well. We have that great leadership, that great steady hand to keep us calm in any situation. We're trying to stay focused, like Dave said, on the long run and not get caught up in where we are right now."
"There was a lot of finger-pointing going around. There was some adversity; we weren't playing as well as we thought we should be," point guard Aaron Craft said. "There were guys just not taking responsibility for their actions, and he tried to kick us out. I think we did a good job of fighting back. Since the last week of the season, it's been a better team mind-set, and we've dealt with adversity a lot better."