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Podcast: What's wrong with Ohio State basketball, with CBS Sports' Sam Vecenie

Ohio State has struggled a little bit this season, but is it time to throw in the towel? We chat with an old friend to help us make sense of it all.

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So maybe these last few Ohio State games haven't been the most fun in the world. The Buckeyes have lost three of five, including back to back road games against the Michigan schools, knocking them farther back in the Big Ten race, and in their quest for a decent NCAA seed. The team hasn't found a regular second scorer, Marc Loving has looked lost, and Amir is well, Amir.

But is it time to throw in the towel? Maybe not!

We chat with CBS Sports', and former Land-Granter Sam Vecenie to help us break down the big Buckeye stories. We talk about whether there is reason for optimism for Ohio State basketball to close out the year, how much of the struggles are actually the fault of Amir Williams, the historical comparisons to this year's team, the NBA prospects of several Ohio State and Big Ten players, and who has a chance to make a deep run in march, among other things.

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Thanks for listening, and Go Bucks.

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