Behold: The Power of Threes

Michigan needed them to get back into the game and Evan Turner turned around and used one to stab them straight through their under .500 hearts. Sorry guys, it was just meant to be.

This was only a second round Big Ten tournament game. I know this. That being said, this shot has to rank in the top two three-pointers of all time (I’m still partial to Ron Lewis’ three against Tennessee in 2007). But man, what a shot. I hope this game is a wake-up call for the Buckeyes going in to tomorrow’s game against Illinois and the rest of the tournament. You can’t sleep on anyone at this point. Michigan had nothing to lose and everything to gain from beating Ohio State. It’s going to be that way from here on out.

It’s a good thing we’ve got the Player of the Year on our side.


  1. Do you mean Lewis’s three against Xavier?

  2. I saw the game at a local Buffalo Wild Wings. The place exploded when #21 made this shot. It will take months to clean up the carnage. 🙂


  3. @Greg – I don’t know how I forgot the three against Xavier. I was talking about the three Lewis hit against Tenn before the tournament (if my memory serves me correctly) but I’m probably mixing both memories. I’m getting old…

    @Bobster0 – I am wishing I had stuck around the restaurant to see that finale.

  4. Here’s hoping that Buckeyes, in light of their successful basketball season, still have a sense of humor.


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