— Tari Eason scored 20 points and Darius Days added a double-double to power LSU to a 66-51 victory over Ohio on Wednesday night.
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— Miles Brown had a career-high 19 points as Ohio routed Concordia (Mich.) 88-68 on Friday.
- Ohio's Preston stays in draft after strong combine
- Ohio hands late-arriving UVa another early exit
- Boals leaving Stony Brook for alma mater Ohio
- Ohio, coach Phillips parting ways after 5 seasons
— Mark Sears had 15 points to lead five Ohio players in double figures as the Bobcats topped Mount St. Mary's 73-59 on Monday night.
— Keion Brooks wasn’t surprised that Ohio challenged No. 13 Kentucky on Friday night. It took his 22-point game to spark the Wildcats to a 77-59 victory.
Hopefully some of these don't turn into ill-advised hot takes by the end of March.
Week 1 of the college basketball season saw upsets, impressive freshmen debuts and movement within the ESPN Power Rankings.
— Jason Carter had 18 points and 11 rebounds as Ohio topped Robert Morris 85-71 on Monday night. Ben Vander Plas added 17 points for the Bobcats, while Mark Sears chipped in 16. Vander Plas also had 11 rebounds.
— Mark Sears registered 15 points and four assists as Ohio topped Cleveland State 67-56 in nonconference play on Saturday night.
— Mark Sears scored a career-high 27 points as Ohio topped Belmont 92-80 on Tuesday night in the season opener for both teams.
Ohio University junior guard Jason Preston, the architect of the Bobcats' NCAA tournament upset of No. 4 seed Virginia, will remain in the 2021 NBA draft and sign with an agent, he told ESPN on Wednesday.
The Basketball Tournament, a $1 million, winner-take-all event, is back for an eighth year. Here's a look at all 64 teams in this summer's showcase.
— Marcus Zegarowski scored 20 points to help Creighton beat Ohio 72-58 on Monday in the NCAA Tournament, securing the program's first trip to the round of 16 in 47 years.
What started as a field of 68 is down to 32. Here's how we rank the teams that remain heading into Sunday's action.
Virginia, who didn't arrive in Indianapolis until Friday afternoon after a positive COVID-19 test, suffered another shocking first-round upset two years after winning the 2019 NCAA tournament.
— Virginia’s unusual title defense ended with another upset loss in the NCAA Tournament, falling 62-58 to Jason Preston and Ohio on Saturday.
— Jason Preston had 19 points to lead five Ohio players in double figures as the Bobcats romped past Kent State 85-63 in the Mid-American Conference tournament quarterfinals on Thursday.
— Josh Mballa had 23 points as Buffalo routed Ohio 86-66 on Saturday.
— Ben Vander Plas registered 13 points, seven rebounds and eight assists as Ohio beat Eastern Michigan 86-67 on Thursday.
— Ben Roderick and Ben Vander Plas scored 17 points apiece as Ohio defeated Akron 90-73 on Tuesday.
— Jason Preston had 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead six Ohio players in double figures as the Bobcats topped Central Michigan 83-69 on Tuesday.
— Dwight Wilson III had 21 points as Ohio edged past Buffalo 76-75 on Friday night.
— Mark Sears had a season-high 21 points as Ohio romped past Western Michigan 81-58 on Tuesday night.