Ohio State must now win three in two days to win the 2013 Big Ten baseball tournament.
Nebraska leaves 2 in the scoring position, but still a 1-0 Ohio State ballgame going into the bottom of the 4th.
Unable to claim a share of the Big Ten championship, failing to win the season-ending series against Indiana, No. 2 seed Ohio State enters the Big Ten Tournament on the bubble for an NCAA Tournament berth.
Starting pitchers Brad Goldberg and Brian King were All-Big Ten third team. 2B Ryan Cypret, who recently underwent surgery, was a sportsmanship award honoree.
A silver lining at best, however, as the Buckeyes have a lot of ground to make up and not a lot of time to do it. 6-1 Hoosiers, bottom of the 7th.
With a Big Ten title on the line, Ohio State suffered a gut-wrenching defeat on Friday against Indiana, 7-2. But as the Buckeyes have shown all season, their success has been fueled by resiliency, their season-finale no greater time to show it.
Ohio State allowed 7 runs over the final two frames to let Indiana clinch their first regular season Big Ten baseball title since 1949.
With a 2-1 win over No. 15 Indiana, the Ohio State baseball program is one win away from claiming a share of its 16th Big Ten championship.
A Big Ten championship is on the line as the Buckeyes and Hoosiers do battle on the diamond in final series of the regular season.
As Oregon swept Ohio State, the zero in he win-column wasn't the only doughnut of the weekend. The Ducks held the Bucks scoreless in 28 of the weekend's 29 innings.
Ohio State continues a nine-game end-of-season stretch against ranked teams as the 33-15 Buckeyes host 37-11 Oregon, ranked sixth in the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association poll.
Georgia Tech pounded Ohio State for three doubles, two triples and a home run as the ACC power opened a two-game trip to Columbus with a 9-2 win over Ohio State.
At 31-14, 13-7 in the Big Ten, the Buckeye nine are enjoying a success season on the diamond. Year three under Greg Beals has seen the program return to past glory, the Buckeyes enter their final...
The Buckeye great is back in the starting lineup for the Tribe and up to his old tricks. I-O, Swish.
Ohio State's star two-way player is set for back surgery on May 3, ending any possibility for a return to bolster Ohio State's Big Ten title chances, run at a NCAA Tournament berth.
A second-consecutive weekend saw Ohio State fall decisively before an extra-inning way and overpowering performance carried the Buckeyes to a big series win.
Ohio State sophomore right-handed pitcher Trace Dempsey has been named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Associations' Stopper of the Year mid-season watch list. The mid-season watch list...
Get to the stadium early and cheer on Deshaun as he throws out the first pitch before tonight's game vs. Illinois! twitter.com/OhioState_BASE…— Ohio State Baseball (@OhioState_BASE) April 19, 2013
6:35 p.m. EDT sharp. Be there.
Ohio State sophomore Trace Dempsey has stepped into the role of the Buckeye closer and has soared, leading the Big Ten, sitting tied for fourth nationally with 11 saves.