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Pulse: Ohio State's loss & NBA chances

On tonight’s The Pulse, at 7:30 p.m. ET, Rick Pizzo, Derek Rackley and Tim Doyle look back at Ohio State’s national semifinals loss to Kansas and offer their analysis on what happened to the Buckeyes in the second half. Also, the crew discusses which member of this year’s senior class will make an immediate impact at the next level and debates which player will have the best NBA career. Follow the show on Twitter: @BTNThePulse.


April 1 Big Ten Softball Roundup

Northwestern unleashed a six-run fifth inning Sunday at Wisconsin on its way to an 8-3 win and the series win. Leadoff hitter Emily Allard recorded her second four-hit game of the season, while also adding two runs and an RBI. Northwestern moves to 14-18 overall on the season with its win, 2-4 in the Big Ten. Wisconsin now is 14-12 on the year with its loss, 3-3 in the conference. Read full recap at And don’t forget to watch our Northwestern-Wisconsin highlights now and get video and recaps from all of Sunday’s games in this post. Michigan 7, Indiana


April 1 Big Ten Baseball Roundup

Andrew Waszak allowed two hits and one run and Tony Wieber drove home the game-winning run and set the program record for all-time saves as Michigan State nipped Ohio State, 2-1, in the rubber game of the series Sunday afternoon in East Lansing, Mich. Wieber’s perfect ninth inning marked the 15th save of his career. Read full recap at Also, watch our video wrap-up now and see all of Sunday’s Big Ten results in this post. Minnesota 4, Michigan 3 – 10 Innings Matt Halloran hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th inning to help

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Tom Izzo: Ohio State-Kansas analysis

Michigan State coach Tom Izzo, he of six Final Fours and one national championship, joined our crew of Dave Revsine, Gary Williams and Jim Jackson following Ohio State’s 64-62 loss to Kansas in the national semifinal Saturday night (AP recap). His thoughts: “God, it was a game that’s going to frustrate (Ohio State’s) coaching staff, because we’re sitting here now, 20 minutes after, and I still think they won in a lot of ways.” Watch Izzo’s entire segment with the BTN team now.

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Dienhart: Ohio State-Kansas Reaction

Ohio State led by as many as 13 points in Saturday night’s national semifinal against Kansas, but it couldn’t hold on in a 64-62 defeat at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. It was a heartbreaking defeat as Kansas’ rally marked the third-largest comeback in Final Four history. senior writer Tom Dienhart offers his rapid reaction to the season-ending loss in this post. Key player: William Buford. The senior forward led Ohio State with 19 points, hitting 6-of-10 shots, and also grabbed seven rebounds. Jared Sullinger had 13 points, Aaron Craft 11 and Lenzelle Smith, Jr., 10. But it all was for

Ohio State's Jared Sullinger

Kansas rallies, stuns OSU in national semifinal

(AP) Tyshawn Taylor made two big free throws and Thomas Robinson finished with 19 points and eight rebounds Saturday night to rally the Jayhawks past Ohio State 64-62 in the Final Four. Kansas rallied from 13 points down to complete another comeback in a game the Jayhawks led for a grand total of 3:48 – two of those minutes coming when the score was 2-0. William Buford led a quartet of Buckeyes in double figures, with 19 points, while Jared Sullinger posted a double-double (13 points, 11 rebounds). Read the full AP recap, see the box score and get


March 31 Big Ten Baseball Roundup

Jaron Long came out on top in a pitcher’s duel with Michigan State’s Tony Bucciferro as Ohio State nipped the Spartans, 1-0, in Game 1 of a three-game set Saturday afternoon at McLane Stadium. With the win, the Buckeyes improve to 14-10 on the season, 2-2 in the Big Ten, while Michigan State falls to 15-8, 0-1 in conference play. Read the recap. Also, watch analysis from the game now and see other video in this post. Illinois 12, Mississippi Valley State 4 After scoring 15 runs on Friday, the Fighting Illini kept the bats rolling on Saturday against


March 31 Big Ten Softball Roundup

Iowa posted a doubleheader sweep over Illinois on Saturday at Pearl Field. The Hawkeyes won 5-1 in the opener before downing the Fighting Illini, 9-1, in six innings in game two. “I am proud of the kids for how they came out, took this week of practice and really implemented it in the ball game,” Iowa head coach Marla Looper said. Read the recap. Also, watch our highlights now and get scores and recaps from all of Saturday’s action in this post. Saturday’s Big Ten results

Ohio State's Jared Sullinger

Final Four preview: Ohio State vs. Kansas

(AP) Welcome to “The Other Game” at the Final Four. OK, so, the Ohio State-Kansas matchup may not have the fantastic freshmen, the outspoken coaches or blood-feud story line of the opening semifinal between Kentucky and Louisville. But this one still should be worth a two-hour investment in front of the TV set Saturday night. Besides the chance to watch two top-line teams play for a spot in the national title game, the Buckeyes-Jayhawks game offers a rare opportunity to see two All-Americans going at it with everything on the line. [AP: Read Ohio State, Final Four stories] Ohio State

Ohio State's Aaron Craft

Mailbag: OSU's chances, Danny O'Brien & more

There’s no shortage of newsworthy Big Ten items right now, what with Ohio State headed to the Final Four in New Orleans, spring practice in full swing and ex-Maryland QB Danny O’Brien deciding to commit to Wisconsin over Penn State, among other schools. I tackle all those issues, plus more, in my latest weekly mailbag. Have a question for me? Send it my way, and I may answer it in my next installment. Do you think Ohio State can win the national championship? – Chip I think this is a motivated Buckeye team that has revenge on its mind. No.