COLUMBUS, Ohio — Get insight and reaction to Ohio State sports on the Inside the Shoe podcast brought to you by Land of 10. On the latest edition, Kyle Lamb reacts to Ohio State’s 80-78 double overtime win against Indiana Friday night and looks forward to the Big Ten Tournament, which gets underway for the Buckeyes this Friday in New York against the winner of the Penn State-Northwestern game.
Ohio State finishes the regular season with a 24-7 overall record and 15-3 in the Big Ten. The Buckeyes missed out on a share of the league title with Michigan State’s win Sunday against Wisconsin. However, Kyle argues it’s still nonetheless one of the most surprising seasons in Buckeyes’ basketball history.
Every episode of Inside the Shoe can be found here.
Topics discussed on Inside the Shoe Monday include:
- Ohio State’s 80-78 win against Indiana in double overtime and capping off a second-place finish in the Big Ten with a 15-3 league record.
- Whether fatigue played a role in recent performances by the Buckeyes down the stretch and if there should be any concern going forward.
- Chances of the Buckeyes getting a win Friday against Penn State or Northwestern. Penn State is the only team Ohio State has not yet defeated this year in Big Ten play and will get a chance at redemption if the Nittany Lions knock off the Wildcats Thursday evening.
- How Ohio State’s season stacks up against some of the most memorable and most surprising seasons in program history, including the Final Four run made by the Buckeyes in 1999.
This week on the podcast, Austin Ward and Ryan Ginn will preview spring football practice, which begins March 6, and help look ahead to the Big Ten Tournament. Ryan Donnelly will have the latest on the 2019 recruiting efforts.
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