Shots from the Schott

Written February 23rd, 2011 by Joe

Once again, Joe brings the 411 on the doings at last night’s game.

  • More stars in the house.  Scoonie Penn, Jamar Butler, Matt Sylvester, and Brian Hartline- Buckeye Nation!
  • Craft finished the game with no turnovers.  Quite the turnaround as he has been struggling some the last couple weeks, pressing a little too much.
  • Too add on to that point, the Buckeyes only had 3 TO’s as a team!
  • Brent Musberger on the sidelines calling the game.  I am sure he had some great lines during the game! I’ve heard he gave a shout out to the student section, and how the location change has given the Buckeyes a true home court advantage.
  • Thomas, boy the kid doesn’t see a shot that he doesn’t like.
  • Lighty came out of his slump to the tune of 13 straight points.
  • 5 different guys in double figures.  Always nice to see that!
  • Mark Titus is upset somewhere, as both Sibert and Smith had a chance to complete a Trillion last night and they both failed earning stats in different categories.  Was nice to see them on the court.
  • Speaking of those two I do know that the spirits are high and they realize that their time will come.
  • Only two more home games… come and make some noise!


  1. ErictBBCNo Gravatar
    February 23rd, 2011 at 11:04 pm

    It’s nice to hear that Sibert and Smith are being team players about their lack of time. I know it would be easy to get worked up about not getting to see the floor very much with their kind of talent.

    Keep working hard in practice, gentlemen. We’re gonna need you next season, and beyond!


    JoeNo Gravatar
    February 24th, 2011 at 12:16 pm

    And once again JD Weatherspoon was in attendance and looking forward to getting back with the team.


    MaliBuckeyeNo Gravatar
    February 24th, 2011 at 12:36 pm

    Now THAT’s good news (even though Matta will never play him).


  2. Lurking_MichaelNo Gravatar
    February 24th, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    The Schott – where amazing happens.


    ErictBBCNo Gravatar
    February 24th, 2011 at 5:11 pm

    If someone made a remake of that video for this year’s basketball team, it would absolutely make my day.


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