Mark Schlabach takes a closer look in the tale of the tape between Kansas and Ohio State.
The final day of the first weekend of the 2010 NCAA tournament was as unpredictable as the first three.
With Michigan State playing North Carolina for the national championship and Penn State having already won the NIT, Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany said his conference represented itself well during the postseason.
ESPN.com writer Mark Schlabach provides instant analysis from the national championship game between Ohio State and Florida.
While Florida's heralded Oh-Four's got most of the attention, it was senior guard Lee Humphrey who provided the final piece of the puzzle, Mark Schlabach writes.
For Florida-Ohio State II, Greg Oden's healthy, the baby Bucks have more experience, and the game's not in Gainesviille. Will it matter, asks Mark Schlabach?
ESPN.com writer Mark Schlabach provides instant analysis from the first semifinal of the Final Four between Georgetown and Ohio State.
Georgetown's Jeff Green was the focus of the Ohio State defense and it showed as the Big East Player of the Year was no factor in the Buckeyes' win, Mark Schlabach writes.
In what Florida hopes is a prelude to the BCS title game, the Gators shut down Ohio State and its star, Greg Oden, writes Mark Schlabach.