COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — There is no secret formula that has made sixth-ranked Ohio State the perennial team to beat in the Big Ten.
“We have good players,” Buckeyes coach Jim Foster said, carefully choosing his words in his slow and deliberate way of speaking.
So is it that simple?
“They play hard. They share the ball,” he added.
And, yet again, the Buckeyes are on a roll heading into a big showdown on Saturday at No. 19 Michigan State.