Ohio State Basketball Essay

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1. 1999/2000 Ohio State Basketball Season
A. Started off losing to Notre Dame at home.
B. Rebounded and now are at 15-3 and is the number fifth ranked team in the associated press poll.
C. They are 5-1 in the Big Ten Conference.
D. Michael Redd and Scoonie Penn are the Buckeyes scoring leaders averaging each 15 points per game.

2. Pre-season Expectations 99/00 season
A. Pre-season pick was number five.
B. They are expected to make the strong tournament run that they made last year.
C. They have three returning starters from last year; Scoonie Penn, Ken Johnson and Micheal Redd.

3. The 98/99 Ohio State Basketball Season

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