When a team wins 10 of its first 11 games, plenty of things are going right.
For Chris Holtmann's squad, one of the more surprising things going right is its ability to consistently drain threes.
So far this season, the Buckeyes are shooting a sizzling 41.6 percent from beyond the arc, good for the 6th-best mark in the country entering last night's games.
Last season, Ohio State made just 34.1 percent of its three-point tries, good for 191st in the nation.
The improvement is even more impressive when you consider the three-point line was moved back to 22 feet, 1 3/4 inches this year after the line stood 20 feet, 9 inches for the previous 11 seasons.