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Topic - Aaron Craft
March Madness is ramping up with the conference tournaments starting this week and the NCAA tournament just around the corner.
Ohio State looked dazed and confused.
Penn State coach Patrick Chambers didn't think it was the matchup or the fact that it was Senior Night that allowed his Nittany Lions to beat Ohio State again.
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.
It's getting close to the only time of year when winning streaks mean much in college basketball.
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.
In the difficult Big Ten, it was another difficult loss.
The temperature outside Ohio State's Schottenstein Center was in the teens and the wind chill near zero. And the students kept coming over on Monday.
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.
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.
With his fist against his forehead, guard Ben Brust walked off the floor. His sullen look said it all.
Lenzelle Smith Jr. whiffed on a layup, fell to the floor and Ohio State thought another tight game was about to slip away.
"Every game here on out is a desperation game for us," he said. "The guys in the locker room know that, too, especially going into the NCAA tournament."
"It can be huge, it can be a big factor," Ohio State point guard Aaron Craft said. "Obviously, playing with a lot of confidence helps a lot. It always helps having a couple of wins under your belt going into it."