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CBB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 1/12/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore
OHIO ST
 
WISCONSIN
+10  

-10  
+375

-550

134
 
66
Final
89

OHIO ST (10 - 6) at WISCONSIN (13 - 3)
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Thursday, 1/12/2017 7:00 PM
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523OHIO ST133134
524WISCONSIN-11-10.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
OHIO ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games10-6-2.25-98-674.236.147.3%39.465.630.738.8%35.2
Road Games1-4-4.21-44-170.032.446.5%36.274.034.041.7%36.8
Last 5 Games2-3-3.22-34-173.834.645.9%41.069.233.638.4%37.6
Conference Games0-3-3.21-23-071.031.742.0%37.376.340.342.4%41.7
OHIO ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)74.236.127-5847.3%6-1833.1%14-2066.8%39915176134
vs opponents surrendering69.832.525-5842.6%7-2133.7%13-1967.5%36913196143
Team Stats (Road Games)70.032.426-5646.5%7-1935.1%11-1670.5%36716215154
Stats Against (All Games)65.630.723-6038.8%8-2432.6%11-1667.4%35912195133
vs opponents averaging73.934.626-5944.7%8-2135.6%13-1969.5%37915186134
Stats Against (Road Games)74.034.025-6041.7%8-2433.6%16-2369.0%371114157115

WISCONSIN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-3+1.88-55-876.034.648.0%38.759.828.640.3%27.7
Home Games9-0+25-12-480.337.249.3%42.852.225.435.3%26.7
Last 5 Games4-103-21-473.033.646.2%35.856.425.439.6%31.2
Conference Games2-102-11-267.331.343.8%30.362.028.043.9%33.7
WISCONSIN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)76.034.628-5848.0%8-2235.4%12-1868.6%391115157114
vs opponents surrendering73.434.426-6043.1%8-2335.2%14-2068.5%36914197143
Team Stats (Home Games)80.337.229-5949.3%8-2337.1%14-2167.9%431216147113
Stats Against (All Games)59.828.622-5440.3%6-1835.3%10-1373.0%2869185132
vs opponents averaging76.336.727-6045.0%7-2036.5%15-2170.7%37915197144
Stats Against (Home Games)52.225.419-5435.3%6-1933.1%7-1262.9%2778205152
Average power rating of opponents played: OHIO ST 74.1,  WISCONSIN 75.4
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
OHIO ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/23/2016JACKSON ST78-47W - -26-4755.3%321618-6129.5%3720
11/25/2016MARSHALL111-70W-12.5W153.5O45-8254.9%611026-7037.1%3215
11/30/2016@ VIRGINIA61-63L12W121O22-4450.0%312021-5637.5%3110
12/3/2016FARLEIGH DICKINSON70-62W - -26-5250.0%351422-5639.3%3313
12/6/2016FLA ATLANTIC77-79L-20L136O28-6741.8%421227-6243.5%4112
12/10/2016CONNECTICUT64-60W-9.5L129.5U18-5334.0%36724-5543.6%3216
12/17/2016*UCLA73-86L8.5L162U29-6246.8%311831-6448.4%4115
12/20/2016YOUNGSTOWN ST77-40W-22W158.5U31-6250.0%541613-6221.0%3515
12/22/2016UNC-ASHEVILLE79-77W-14L134.5O29-5354.7%391328-6443.7%2810
1/1/2017@ ILLINOIS70-75L-1L139O27-6541.5%35826-6043.3%429
1/5/2017PURDUE75-76L3W142.5O26-5944.1%321127-6342.9%4412
1/8/2017@ MINNESOTA68-78L5.5L140O26-6440.6%451425-6141.0%3912
1/12/2017@ WISCONSIN              
1/15/2017MICHIGAN ST              
1/18/2017@ NEBRASKA              
1/22/2017NORTHWESTERN              
1/25/2017MINNESOTA              
1/28/2017@ IOWA              
1/31/2017MARYLAND              
2/4/2017@ MICHIGAN              

WISCONSIN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/23/2016*N CAROLINA56-71L5L146U21-5538.2%261128-5749.1%3812
11/27/2016PRAIRIE VIEW A&M95-50W - -33-5955.9%441122-5937.3%2615
11/29/2016SYRACUSE77-60W-6W123.5O29-5949.2%401221-5538.2%2510
12/3/2016OKLAHOMA90-70W-9W132.5O33-6352.4%31525-5149.0%2916
12/7/2016IDAHO ST78-44W-30.5W133.5U30-5851.7%471016-4833.3%2117
12/10/2016@ MARQUETTE93-84W-4.5W140O32-5558.2%33927-5846.6%2712
12/14/2016WI-GREEN BAY73-59W-22.5L146U27-5846.6%35923-5740.4%3419
12/23/2016FLORIDA A&M90-37W-38.5W142.5U34-6552.3%531314-5425.9%2115
12/27/2016RUTGERS72-52W-17W128U23-5442.6%441319-6230.6%3515
1/3/2017@ INDIANA75-68W0W140O28-5650.0%25726-4953.1%3213
1/8/2017@ PURDUE55-66L2L138U23-5939.0%22924-4652.2%3418
1/12/2017OHIO ST              
1/17/2017MICHIGAN              
1/21/2017@ MINNESOTA              
1/24/2017PENN ST              
1/28/2017*RUTGERS              
1/31/2017@ ILLINOIS              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
OHIO ST: Last season: 21-14, lost in second round of the NIT.
Nickname: Buckeyes
Conference: Big Ten
Who's gone: G Austin Grandstaff, C Daniel Giddens, F Mickey Mitchell and G A.J. Harris.
Who's back: F Jae'Sean Tate. Junior returning after shoulder surgery is on Julius Erving Award watch list as one of the nation's top small forwards; F Marc Loving. Senior led the Buckeyes with 14 points per game last season; F Keita Bates-Diop. Junior averaged 11.8 points and 6.4 rebounds last season; G JaQuan Lyle. Remaining member of 2015 recruiting class, averaged 11.2 points and dished out a team-best 147 assists; C Trevor Thompson. 7-foot junior who tested the NBA waters but didn't take the leap, ranked in the top 15 in the
Conference in offensive and defensive rebounding percentage.
Who's new: C Micah Potter. Four-star prospect expected to contribute immediately as No. 2 center; F Derek Funderburk. Highest rated Ohio State recruit; G C.J. Jackson. Junior college transfer could see minutes in the back court; F Andre Wesson. Small forward whose dad played at Ohio State in the 1980s.
The Skinny: Ohio State missed the NCAA Tournament last season for the first time since 2008 and was rocked by the transfer of four-fifths of its 2015 recruiting class. To get their mojo back, the Buckeyes will need their top six returning players to step it up and the new recruits to contribute right away. All that will have to come together just right for them to break into the NCAA field again. Don't count on it.
WISCONSIN: Last season: 22-13, lost in regional semifinals of NCAA Tournament.
Nickname: Badgers.
Coach: Greg Gard.
Conference: Big Ten.
Who's gone: Little-used reserve G Jordan Smith.
Who's back: Almost everyone else, including top nine scorers. F Nigel Hayes (15.7 points) is the preseason player of year in the Big Ten; G Bronson Koenig (13.1 points) can hit clutch shots; and F Ethan Happ (12.4 points) worked on his jumper to complement a strong inside game.
Who's new: G Brevin Pritzl is healthy after redshirting his freshman season with a foot injury. He was thought to be Wisconsin's best outside shooter. An eligibility issue sidelined Belgian native Andy Van Vliet last year. The 7-footer adds size and a shooter's touch behind the 6-10 Happ.
The Skinny: A Big Ten favorite, Wisconsin is a contender to make the Final Four for a third time in four seasons. Badgers have a mix of star power, experience and depth to go with the meticulous Gard, entering his first full year as head
Coach.
PREVIEW
No. 18 Wisconsin still respects struggling Ohio State's talent
 

MADISON, Wis. -- Ohio State and No. 18 Wisconsin appear to be on different trajectories during the early portion of the Big Ten regular season.

The Buckeyes have lost three straight and are searching for their first conference win. Wisconsin, which hosts Ohio State (10-6, 0-3 Big Ten) on Thursday night, at the Kohl Center, is in contention to claim the Big Ten title.

The Badgers (13-3, 2-1) return to their home court after a 1-1 road trip that concluded with a 66-55 loss at then-No. 20 Purdue last weekend. Wisconsin had its nine-game winning streak snapped by the defense-minded Boilermakers, who held the Badgers to 39 percent shooting from the field (23 of 59).

Wisconsin coach Greg Gard doesn't pay attention to losing streaks or records when considering Ohio State's talent. So far in the Big Ten, the Buckeyes lost a five-point road game at Illinois, suffered a one-point loss at home against Purdue and pulled within three points at Minnesota with less than five minutes to go before falling on Sunday.

Gard said Ohio State still is formidable on offense despite the absence of junior forward Keita Bates-Diop, who averaged 9.7 points through nine games before suffering a season-ending stress fracture in his left shin. Bates-Diop likely will redshirt.

"I've seen what they've been able to do, even though (Bates-Diop) hasn't been on the floor," Gard said. "They've been right there -- had a chance to beat Purdue, were right there with Illinois and made a run back at Minnesota.

"They've got guys who are very experienced and might be playing more minutes than normal, but they aren't going exceptionally deep (on the bench).

"We've already seen up and down the league, it's a tough hoe. You've got to make sure you're on point every single night."

Wisconsin needs to get back on track after a couple of elements were missing at Purdue -- success from beyond the 3-point arc and consistency with attacking the rim.

Senior guard Bronson Koenig, the team's leading scorer at 14.0 points per game, was 1 of 4 from 3-point range and made three shots during the first 34 minutes against Purdue.

No player picked up the slack when Koenig struggled. The Badgers missed their first six 3-point attempts and finished 2 of 14 from beyond the arc.

Sophomore forward Ethan Happ and senior forward Nigel Hayes were a combined 11 of 28 overall from the field for Wisconsin, which had 9 of 19 first-half baskets on shots 2 feet and closer.

Hayes (13.5 ppg) and Happ (13.4 ppg) also contribute significantly with the Badgers' success on offense.

Happ ranks second in the Big Ten in field-goal shooting percentage and is tied for second in rebounds per game with Buckeyes junior center Trevor Thompson at 9.1 rebounds per game.

Happ likely will share some responsibility in guarding Thompson, who averages 10.7 points per game, and has collected five double-doubles in the last nine games.

With 14 Big Ten games left, Ohio State coach Thad Matta remains optimistic that the Buckeyes can turn things around.

"We've had opportunities, but we've got to get where we're playing good basketball -- not so much great basketball," Matta said. "We've shown in all three games, over the course of the early season, we've played solid basketball.

"Some of the mental errors, we've got to get those corrected. We're trying to keep it on the rails as opposed to panicking, or anything like that. We've got a long way to go."

Junior forward Jae'Sean Tate paces the Buckeyes in scoring at 14.5 points per game. Tate is fresh off a solid performance at Minnesota with 20 points and 9 rebounds.

Thompson, who contributed 15 points and 15 rebounds against the Golden Gophers, told The Columbus Dispatch that he's frustrated with the Buckeyes' futility.

"Enough is enough," Thompson said. "Being 0-3 starting the Big Ten is unacceptable. We need to get better, because this can't keep happening. We're Ohio State University."


Last Updated: 4/23/2017 2:25:11 AM EST


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