Field Goal %
- ARIZ 44.2
- 42.3 OSU
Three Point %
- ARIZ 33.3
- 53.8 OSU
- ARIZ 12
- 8 OSU
- ARIZ 32
- 35 OSU
- Los Angeles, California 90185
- Line: OSU -3.5
- 0th Half
Ohio State's defense stepped up late in possessions in its win against Arizona Thursday, limiting the Wildcats to 8-for-29 (27.6 percent) on shots that came after two or more passes, including 4-for-17 (23.5 percent) in the second half. Arizona was more efficient on offense when passing once or fewer, shooting 15-for-23 (65.2 percent) from the field.
Ohio State outscored Arizona 16-4 over the first 8:11 of the second half to take a 50-42 lead. All 16 of the Buckeyes' points during the run came either in the paint or from the free-throw line. Ohio State's 10 paint points during this stretch equaled its first-half total.
LaQuinton Ross joins Vander Blue, Tyrone Garland, and teammate Aaron Craft as the only players in the last two Men's Basketball Championships to make a potential game-tying or go-ahead field goal in the final 10 seconds of a game. Players have made the last three such shot attempts, after making one of the previous 26 dating back to the 2011 tournament.
The game-winning 3-pointer by Ohio State's LaQuinton Ross was the first game-tying or go-ahead shot Ross has attempted in the final minute of any game in his career.
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