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Ohio 73, Wofford 50

At one point, OHIO built a 44-19 lead in the second half, and that was when the game was essentially over. Excellent Bobcats defense held Wofford to 30 percent shooting and 21 turnovers.

They got their standard D.J. Cooper 15 points and not much else, but at least he only took seven shots to get there. Reggie Keely probably had the best game with 16 points and two blocks. Nick Kellogg reached the 10-point mark as well.

The next challenge for OHIO is winless Hampton on Tuesday night in the Nation of Coaches Classic.