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OHIO ST (20 - 14) vs. HOUSTON (32 - 3)
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NCAA Tournament - Second Round - BOK Center - Tulsa, OK
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871OHIO ST134132
OHIO ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-14-3.515-1918-1669.431.043.6%34.966.030.042.1%33.4
Road Games8-8+1.79-76-1062.828.239.7%35.766.329.142.2%33.9
Last 5 Games2-3-0.23-23-265.624.838.7%37.270.428.444.8%35.4
OHIO ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)69.431.024-5543.6%7-2234.1%14-1973.5%35814186122
vs opponents surrendering69.432.425-5842.4%7-2233.3%12-1870.0%34913186123
Team Stats (Road Games)62.828.222-5639.7%7-2232.8%11-1571.4%36913186143
Stats Against (All Games)66.030.023-5542.1%7-2132.9%13-1774.3%33812196123
vs opponents averaging73.434.626-5844.6%8-2234.8%14-1970.6%37914176124
Stats Against (Road Games)66.329.123-5542.2%7-2133.6%12-1676.0%34813177124

HOUSTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games32-3+16.421-1214-2175.936.344.7%
Road Games13-2+8.411-45-1075.136.844.5%40.760.929.336.4%32.1
Last 5 Games4-1+2.13-21-474.236.442.6%43.859.230.031.6%35.4
HOUSTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.936.327-6044.7%9-2635.7%13-1970.3%411115196115
vs opponents surrendering70.232.724-5742.6%8-2333.6%14-2069.5%35913196143
Team Stats (Road Games)75.136.827-6044.5%10-2637.0%12-1670.9%411016206114
Stats Against (All Games)61.128.720-5536.5%6-2327.5%14-2169.3%33810175122
vs opponents averaging72.233.625-5843.7%7-2133.3%15-2169.0%36913187134
Stats Against (Road Games)60.929.320-5436.4%6-2127.0%16-2370.0%32710165112
Average power rating of opponents played: OHIO ST 81.1,  HOUSTON 74.2
OHIO ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/7/2019PENN ST74-70W-7L131O22-4450.0%331826-6043.3%3011
2/10/2019@ INDIANA55-52W2.5W133U23-5244.2%351521-5339.6%2910
2/17/2019@ MICHIGAN ST44-62L12L133.5U18-5632.1%391521-5538.2%3710
2/23/2019@ MARYLAND62-72L6L126O23-6336.5%28723-4748.9%4015
3/2/2019@ PURDUE51-86L12L133O16-4833.3%27933-5955.9%398
3/6/2019@ NORTHWESTERN50-68L1.5L127U17-6426.6%45926-5844.8%395
3/15/2019*MICHIGAN ST70-77L10.5W133.5O24-5246.2%241526-5052.0%2711
3/22/2019*IOWA ST62-59W5W141U23-5839.7%381123-5343.4%3112

HOUSTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/7/2019@ UCF77-68W-2.5W132O25-5743.9%431023-5442.6%3411
2/14/2019@ CONNECTICUT71-63W-9.5L137.5U26-5448.1%361321-5141.2%3111
2/17/2019@ TULANE85-50W-18W141.5U32-7343.8%491118-5632.1%3012
2/23/2019S FLORIDA71-59W-12T131U25-5347.2%341215-4831.2%3715
2/27/2019@ E CAROLINA99-65W-15W134.5O35-5860.3%331223-4748.9%1917
3/10/2019@ CINCINNATI85-69W2.5W127.5O30-6546.2%421319-5038.0%2812
3/22/2019*GEORGIA ST84-55W-12.5W146U33-6451.6%511118-6030.0%277
3/24/2019*OHIO ST              
OHIO ST: Last season: 25-9, 15-3 Big Ten
Nickname: Buckeyes
Conference: Big Ten
Who's gone: F Keita Bates-Diop, F Jae'Sean Tate, G Kam Williams, G Andrew Dakich.
Who's back: F Kaleb Wesson. The 6-foot-9, 270-pound sophomore averaged 10.2 points and will be counted on to do more this season. ... F Andre Wesson. Kaleb's older brother is a small forward who will have to provide some leadership to the young team. ... C Micah Potter. Hampered by injuries, the huge junior hasn't been able to realize his potential. ... G C.J. Jackson. Senior will be counted on as one of the primary ball-handlers. ... G Musa Jallow and F Kyle Young. Expected to play bigger roles after seeing limited playing time as freshmen last year.
Who's new: G Luther Muhammad. Highly touted freshman shooting guard could work his way into a starting role. ... G Duane Washington Jr. Elite shooter from California is expected to find a role as a freshman. ... F Justin Ahrens. Well-rounded freshman de-committed after former coach Thad Matta was fired, but Holtmann got him back on board. ... F Jaedon LeDee. The 6-foot-9 freshman has the size and versatility to play at any of the frontcourt spots. ... G Keyshawn Woods. Graduate transfer from Wake Forest adds depth.
The Skinny: Holtmann cleaned up a program that had fallen into disarray, leading the Buckeyes to a 25-9 finish and earning himself Big Ten coach of the year honors. Now he has to maintain the standard after losing his two star players and welcoming a lot of new ones. The Wesson brothers, Jackson and Potter will have to play to expectations, with some immediate help from freshmen for depth. Jallow and Young have the potential to be key contributors.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have Ohio State as a long shot to win the NCAA Tournament at 85-1, on par with North Carolina State and Cincinnati, while well behind Michigan, the highest ranked Big Ten team at 35-1.
No. 3 seed Houston confident for Ohio State

No. 3 seed Houston (32-3) did what it was supposed to do -- dominate.

No. 11 seed Ohio State (20-14) did what some thought it could not -- persevere down the stretch.

Now the two will get to prove things all over again when they square off Sunday in the second round of the NCAA Midwest Regional in Tulsa, Okla.

"We've won 32 games," Houston coach Kelvin Sampson said Friday night after his Cougars routed No. 14 seed Georgia State 84-55 to advance to the second round. "We know how to win a game. That's apparent."

Houston had no trouble dispatching Georgia State. Guard Corey Davis Jr. led the way, hitting 7 of 17 3-pointers for a game-high 26 points. Houston led by as many as 32 points over Georgia State, although Sampson warned one game in the NCAA Tournament has little relevance to the next.

"We just want to advance," Sampson said. "We've got another game Sunday. But we know what we're accomplishing. We're moving toward our goal. Everybody wants to play as long as they can in this tournament. So our focus is: Just live to fight another day. And Sunday will be a big game, and if we play well, we'll have a chance. That's all I care about."

Davis was on fire from the perimeter against Georgia State and figures to be a focus of Ohio State's defensive efforts on Sunday. Seventeen of Davis' first 20 shots came from long range.

"That's the standards I set for myself," Davis said. "I just want to be that guy that's a consistent person, just to give my team an uplift when they need him."

Ohio State led by seven points in the second half Friday night against No. 6 Iowa State, surrendered the lead inside the final four minutes but then rallied behind Keyshawn Woods' seven points over the final 3:13 to nip the Cyclones, 62-59, and advance.

Buckeyes coach Chris Holtmann said the gut-check victory validated his team's selection despite having an 8-12 Big Ten record and going 3-7 in its final 10 games.

"You could say it validates the committee's decision, but we really felt like we had put together a really strong body of work and that our guys had earned it," Holtmann said. "You're always concerned when you're in a situation where you're on potentially that cut line, but we really did feel like our guys earned it."

Holtmann called the Big Ten "the best league I've ever been a part of from top to bottom."

"I can't explain how difficult it is to a given night," Holtmann said. "And when you're playing, now, 20 of those games, you're going to have losses. In some cases, it is apples and oranges compared to some other leagues. I think the league has genuinely prepared us for this moment, as it has all the other teams."

In the victory over Iowa State, forward Kaleb Wesson scored 15 of his team-high 21 points in the second half, including eight straight in an important stretch early in the second half.

"I imposed myself because of my preparation," Wesson said. "My coaches and my teammates, they prepare me every day in practice, push me to finish shots that sometimes it's hard to finish. And you have that -- it just makes for easy basketball."

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 2/18/2020 11:09:21 AM EST

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