Bloomington, IN (SportsNetwork. Wholesale Authentic Jordans .com) - The 22nd-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes go in search of their third straight Big Ten Conference victory when they pay a visit to the Indiana Hoosiers on Saturday. Ohio State suffered a surprising 71-65 home loss to Iowa in its Big Ten opener on Dec. 30, but the team has bounced back to thwart the upset bids of both Illinois (77-61) and Minnesota (74-72 OT). The Buckeyes, who are 13-3 overall, are playing only their true third road game here, their second in a row, and they have split their first two. Indiana has won 11 of its first 15 bouts, but it is 1-1 in conference after beating Nebraska (70-65) on the road in the opener, and then getting whipped at Michigan State this past Monday, 70-50. The Hoosiers are 9-1 at home this season, with the lone setback coming in a shocking 88-86 setback to Eastern Washington back on Nov. 24. Indiana leads the overall series with the Buckeyes 102-76, but the Buckeyes have won eight of the last 11 meetings, including four of the last six in Bloomington. Indiana won the only meeting a year ago, 72-64, and this bout marks the third consecutive game in the series played on the Hoosiers home floor. DAngelo Russell nailed five 3-pointers en route to 27 points, as Ohio State slipped by Minnesota in overtime last Tuesday. Marc Loving added 13 points, while Shannon Scott came close to notching a triple-double as he finished with nine points, seven rebounds and 10 assists. As a team, the Buckeyes converted 50.8 percent of their field goal attempts, while allowing 45.0 percent success to the Golden Gophers. Amir Williams logged five blocks for OSU, which outscored UM in the paint, 46-40. Russell has been Ohio States most consistent scorer this season, as he averages 18.3 ppg to go with 82 assists. Scott has 121 helpers, as he is one of the top playmakers in the country. Loving nets 12.3 ppg, and Sam Thompson 10.1 ppg for a team that generates 82.8 ppg behind typical shooting efforts of .522 overall, .405 from beyond the arc, and .712 from the foul line. The teams defensive effort yields only 60.3 ppg, with foes struggling to hit 38.7 percent of their total shots, which encompasses a 31.3 percent showing from downtown. Favorable margins in both rebounding (+4.5) and turnovers (+5.6) continue to keep the Buckeyes heading in the right direction. Poor shooting and a dismal showing on the glass proved to be Indianas undoing in its recent clash with Michigan State. The Hoosiers connected on only 28.3 percent of their field goal attempts, missing the mark on 19 of their 24 3- point tries along the way, while they were beaten badly in the rebounding battle by a ridiculous 50-28 margin. Yogi Ferrell was the only IU player to reach double figures in the 20-point loss, as he tallied 17 points. The other three starters combined for only 17 points. 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For the first time all night, as the Raptors were on the clock to make the 20th overall selection, no one had the slightest idea what was about to happen. No leaks, no whispers, nothing.ABBOTSFORD, B.C. -- Cameron Gaunce scored in overtime to lift the Texas Stars to a 4-3 win over the Abbotsford Heat in American Hockey League action Wednesday. Gaunce scored from the slot, after goalie Olivier Roy kicked Justin Dowlings original shot right to Gaunce. The Stars scored twice in the final two minutes of the second period, though the Heat scored twice in the third to force the extra period. Jamie Oleksiak, Scott Glennie, and Travis Morin also scored for Texas (35-16-8), who are now 5-0-1 in their last six. Cristopher Nilstorp made 33 saves in the win. Sven Baertschi, Blair Jones and Brett Olson scored for Abbotsford (33-19-7), while Roy made 27 stops in the loss. The Heat are now 0-4-2 in their past six, while falling five points behind the Stars for first in the Western Conference. The Stars opened the scoring at 6:53. Derek Meech found Morin in the low slot for a one-timer, giving hhim 29 goals on the year and his 10th power play marker. Cheap Jordans Online Usa. However, the Heat tied the game not long after when Baertschi potted his eighth on their own power play. Corey Locke fed Josh Jooris for a one-timer and Baertschi roofed the rebound past Nilstorp at 8:07. The Stars then regained the lead with two goals in the final 90 seconds. After taking a feed from Dustin Jeffrey, Oleksiaks one-timer deflected off a Heat defenceman, bar down, for his fifth of the season. Glennie picked up his 10th of the year, taking a pass from Brendan Ranford and firing a shot just over the glove of Roy with 18 seconds to play. Jones got the Heat back within one at 9:13 of the third. He redirected Evan Trupps shot from the top of the face-off circle, giving him 14 on the year. Olson tied the game at 16:16 from the lost, chipping in a perfect feed from Carter Bancks, for his 10th of the year. ' ' '