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Buckeyes Seek Redemption Up North

Hill hopes to turn things around against Michigan.

The Ohio State men's basketball team opened Big Ten play by laying an egg on the road against Wisconsin. Now that the dust has settled, the Buckeyes are regrouping and, with the help of senior guard P.J. Hill, are hoping to prove they can be successful while junior all-everything player Evan Turner remains on the injured list.

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... Recommended Stories

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