The cold hard fact is that no one player is going to be able to make up for Ohio State's loss of…
Buckeyes Seek Redemption Up North
It was a quiet flight home from Madison, Wisc., for the Ohio State men's basketball team. The Buckeyes have been playing without star Evan Turner for five games now, but they officially hit the wall in a decisive loss to Wisconsin to open up Big Ten play. In a 65-43 loss to the Badgers, the Buckeyes were unable to establish any sort of sustained offensive attack while posting their lowest scoring output in head coach Thad Matta's tenure in Columbus. According to senior guard P.J. Hill, the most demoralizing part was the fact that no player stepped up to fill the Turner-sized void still being felt. "That's where we miss Evan at: When things go wrong, or when there are dry spells on the court we can give him the ball and have everyone get out of the way and he can create his own shot," said Hill, Turner's replacement at the point...
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