BTN.com staff, January 7, 2018
Ohio State hadn't beaten a No. 1 team since 2007, when Greg Oden and Mike Conley led the Buckeyes past Wisconsin. It happened again Sunday night, as the Buckeyes toppled No. 1 Michigan State, 80-64, at Value City Arena.
As he has most of the season, Keita Bates-Diop played the lead role, finishing with 32 points, seven rebounds, three steals and one block.
Ohio State moved to 4-0 in the Big Ten with the victory, pushing it into a tie with Purdue atop the Big Ten standings.
Watch the Buckeyes celebrate the upset win below.