What we learned about Ohio State’s thrilling win over Rutgers

The Buckeyes and Scarlet Knights battled a full 40 minutes on Thursday night in Columbus and an unlikely hero emerged for Ohio State.

Guard Tanner Holden hit a game-winning three-point shot as time expired, giving the Bucks a 67-66 win.

The win for the Buckeyes brings their record to 7-2 with a date the reeling North Carolina next.

 The Tar Heels have lost their last four games and still have two more to play before hosting Ohio State.

There was a lot to take away from this game, as Rutgers is a very solid team with a star (more on that in a bit).

 Find out what we learned about the buzzer-beating win for Ohio State below.

Brice Sensabaugh’s Big Ten debut was fantastic https://twitter.com/BigTenNetwork/status/1601025362032398337?s=20&t=Q_VBiTSuLaQGWTIxuKXiDg

The freshman has been solid all season long and that didn’t change tonight. Sensabaugh shot well from there,

making three of his four attempts (one called off due to a questionable moving screen foul on Zed Key)

but that’s not too concerning. He grabbed two rebounds and had an assist as well. It was a fantastic first conference game for Sensabaugh.

The Cliff Omoruyi vs. Zed Key matchup was fun https://twitter.com/BigTenNetwork/status/1601008504206082048?s=20&t=oc-8jUgmOPu4obISZZwRMw

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