LaQuinton Ross has an identical twin, right? That has to be the only explanation for the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde-like performance Ohio State basketball fans have seen from him in the past two seasons.
Granted, it could be something as simple as an entitled freshman developing a more consistent approach to the game and maturity as he got older, but that is not nearly as entertaining to think about.
In all seriousness, if the Buckeyes hope to challenge for another Big Ten championship and make a deep run in March, they are going to need the Ross who carried their offense for the last month of the 2012-13 season. Replacing the lost scoring production of Deshaun Thomas—who led the Big Ten in points per game—will be a team effort, but Ross will be option No. 1.
Before Ross assumed the title of Ohio State’s primary scorer this offseason, his career arc began with well-deserved hype coming out of high school. He was a small forward with power forward height and the…
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