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Well,your problem is that you haven't lived long enough! lol
Since I matriculated to OSU in 1960, I have the benefit/challenge of including a few morefair to middling players. My list would go something like this, as tough as it is to leave some guys off of it:
1. Jerry Lucas
2. Hondo -- John Havlichek
3. Gary Bradds
4. Jim Jackson
6. Sully (if he stays 3 yrs)
Even with this, I am leaving off Kellogg, Bill Hosket, Jim Cleamons, etc. In fact, thinking about it again, it can't be done. You find yourself having to split hairs to choose just 5.
I'm going twin towers...
Give me JJ, Conley, Bradds, Sully off the bench for instant offense....With Diebs on the wing.
Then once we're ahead I'll take craft, Brian brown, lighty, ken johnson, and reenter oden for the defensive shutdown.
If you're picking the 5 best players.
I'm not sure it would be the best team Jackson would have to play the point. Yet each of these guys were team players and would have done what ever it took.
I was a big Ken Johnson fan too!!
Time and change will surely (truly) show
How firm thy friendship ... OHIO!
he wouldn't let his players pose in the Playboy All-American magazine edition, he said, "Cause you can't play football with an erection."
Jackson - SG
Kellogg - PF
6th man Hopsen + Williams, Clemons, Turner, Penn, Sully and Oden
I definitely would want Diebler as a bench player to knock down some 3's
what about ol' Chuck Bass...a Buckeye hero in my eyes!
CHICAGO - It was deplorable, incredible and classic, all summed up by a smiling Ohio State coach Jim O'Brien, who said afterward, “Charles Bass off glass.” Charles “Bank” Bass is a 6-9, 190-pound Ohio State freshman forward who, for an entire season, had never shot a free throw. That's because he played a total of only 38 minutes and scored a total of six points in 29 previous games. But it was point No. 7, a banked-in free throw with 6.1 seconds remaining, that gave the remarkable Buckeyes an unbelievable 55-54 victory over Michigan State yesterday in the semifinals of the Big Ten tournament at the United Center. With three straight victories here, Ohio State meets Illinois at 3:30 p.m. today in the championship game. The Fighting Illini defeated Indiana 73-72 in yesterday's other
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