The question for Ohio State in 2017 was never about if the team could compete, but rather if it would. On the heels of a commanding win over Indiana in game one of this weekend’s series, the Buckeyes reverted to their inconsistent ways, losing 8-4. The Hoosiers put up seven runs in the third inning, and while Ohio State didn’t throw in the towel, going so far as to bring the tying run to the plate with two outs in the ninth, it proved to be enough. Redshirt senior Jake Post made the final start of his career on the bump in scarlet and gray, and it was one he’d likely prefer to forget. In just 2.2 innings, the right-hander gave up seven runs on seven hits, walking three, hitting a batter, and striking out one. Jalen Washington and Dominic Canzone helped pace the Buckeyes’ offense, each turning in multi-hit…
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