Ohio State stuns MI with second-half rally

Ohio State stuns MI with second-half rally

Ohio State stuns MI with second-half rally

To start the game, the Buckeyes looked like a young group who couldn't obtain a stop to save their lives and couldn't match up with MI.

Ohio State (7-3, 2-0 Big Ten) turned on the defense in the second half while sprinting out on a blistering 19-3 run, following a 7-0 burst to end the first half.

"We came out with a lack of focus and wasn't locked in", Simpson said.

Eli Brooks temporarily stopped the bleeding with a corner 3-pointer but it wasn't enough to keep Ohio State at bay as MI missed its next eight shot attempts.

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But the Buckeyes didn't buckle and scored the final seven points of the half, which included an unconventional five-point play on a made 3-pointer and a foul away from the basket with Ohio State in the bonus, to shift the momentum and pull within 43-30 at the break.

It was a completely different story in the first half for MI.

With his team down 43-23 at one point and down 13 at halftime, the Buckeyes decided they would switch nearly every ball screen and challenge MI at every turn.

"We just got to play better in the second half, specifically, to win and we didn't do that", Robinson said. The move worked, as the Wolverines shot a woeful 5 of 29 (17 percent) from the floor after halftime. The Buckeyes took over after that. MI led by as many as 20 in the half, but the 7-0 run - capped by a monster dunk by JaeSean Tate - pulled it closer.

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With the Buckeyes, Johnson projects as an instant difference-maker who will be called upon to help improve an Ohio State secondary that's tasked with shutting down some of the nation's hottest offenses week in and week out in the Big Ten.

"I'm sure who we played had something to do with it", Holtmann said. Keita Bates-Diop led the Buckeyes with 18 points and nine rebounds.

The season is young and the road long, but Ohio State believes it taught itself something important with its 2-0 start to Big Ten play. "It's hard to win at Wisconsin no matter what year it is".

"We can be really good". If we carry these things into the rest of nonconference and into the rest of the regular season Big Ten, I think the sky's the limit for us.

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