The Ohio State Buckeyes set two NCAA records for 3-point shooting in today's 93-65 blowout of No. 10 Wisconsin.
Their 14 for 15 set a record for 3-point percentage at 93.3%. After Jon Diebler missed on his first attempt, the Buckeyes hit 14 straight 3's, also an NCAA record.
Diebler hit his next seven straight 3-point attempts, giving him 17 for 20 in his last two games. William Buford was 3 for 3, David Lighty 2 for 2, and Deshaun Thomas and Jordan Sibert had one apiece without a miss.
The Buckeyes will play Friday at noon in their first Big Ten Tournament game against the Northwestern-Minnesota winner, and if they advance, will meet the winner of Michigan-Illinois on Saturday in the semifinals.