COLUMBUS, Ohio — The final unbeaten dream is dead. Ohio State killed the last one left, and in the process proved that it’s suddenly alive and well as a contender again. Limping along without a win over a ranked opponent and a little more than a week removed from an embarrassing early loss in conference play, the Buckeyes finally rediscovered the defense-first formula that’s proven to work from them so many times before. And while Ohio State would have taken a momentum-building win over any ranked team in the Big Ten to help validate itself again as a national threat, there were certainly no complaints about the collateral damage a 56-53 win on Sunday at Value City Arena caused No.
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