Craft's focus shifts

One of the pressing questions for Ohio State entering the 2013-14 season will be how do the Buckeyes replace Deshaun Thomas? The 6-foot-7 forward used roughly 32 percent of OSU's shots taken, per Ken Pomeroy, and though expectations are high for both LaQuinton Ross and Sam Thompson to carry some of Thomas' scoring load, there are other Buckeyes who need to advance offensively if OSU is going to challenge Michigan State, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Iowa in the Big Ten (one possible option, we must note, is Amir Williams).