6'6" center Jalen Billups and company will try to send Ohio State to their second straight loss. - Northern Kentucky University
Thad Matta and the Ohio State Buckeyes seek to bounce back from their first loss of the season against the Northern Kentucky Norse.
Ohio State's taken one on the chin. After being unable to close (nor discover a consistent number two option on the offensive end of things), the Buckeyes fell at the hands of the Duke Blue Devils in the storied confines of Cameron Indoor Stadium. Now the Buckeyes will seek another first; their first win after a loss. It's a long season in college basketball and while this loss will probably send the Buckeyes down to the bottom of the top 10, there's a lot of time, so many games, and so much to learn before the team heads into the Big Ten and ultimately NCAA Tournaments.
Below is your Northern Kentucky Norse-Ohio State Buckeyes GameThread. Sure, there's college football championship games on, but that's why science brought us WatchESPN (and why you should probably go ahead and open that home theatre PC/new laptop/second TV you're expecting for Christmas early; we'll cover for you and swear it's an emergency). We've got one rule and one rule only around these parts: pay it forward. Be chill to thine own self and to thine own self be chill...or something.
|Northern Kentucky Norse||Ohio State Buckeyes|
|0-4||4-1 | #4|
|Date:||December 1st, 2012
|Time:||4:30 p.m. ET
||Arena:||Value City Arena|
|TV:||Big Ten Network - Time Warner Columbus/Delaware 1333 HD/58 SD, WOW! 219 HD/87 SD, DirecTV 610, DISH 439||Spread:||None|
|Radio:||WBNS FM-97.1 AM-1460||Over/Under:||None|
|They bid me take my place among them in the Halls of Valhalla.|