The Ohio State Buckey Team accomplished what they couldn’t do last year with a Round 1 NCAA Tournament win. But the victory also carries a bit of history.
Certainly with memories of their traumatic loss to Oral Roberts as last year’s No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament jumping over their heads, the Ohio State Buckeyes hit the floor in Pittsburgh for the First Round of March. Madness to start the action on Friday. They run the risk of having a hard time pitting themselves against the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers.
However, despite the make-up, the Buckeyes remained interested in the business and found a way to make it to the weekend with a 54-41 win.
It might not have been a quick juice-smashing affair, but EJ Liddell and the rest of Chris Holtman’s team won’t complain once they’ve secured the win. However, the low scores actually led to a bit of history for Ohio State.
Ohio State’s NCAA Tournament win over Loyola-Chicago was the first in over 75 years
As it turns out, winning March Madness by just 54 points in favor of the Buckeyes is almost never done. Specifically, OSU hasn’t won a game in the NCAA Tournament scoring less than 55 points in over 75 years.
While that might be a questionable achievement for young men from Columbus, in reality it will hold promise for Buckeyes fans.
\ in March Madness.
However, at least they got off to a better start than last year.
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