To those who weren’t aware of the situation, it was just a typical Tuesday night home game in January for the Ohio State basketball team.
The Buckeyes were hosting a good-but-not-great Iowa squad in a game that they were expected (and needed) to win in a difficult conference race. Thad Matta’s team was able to secure a 72-63 victory, but that wasn’t the entire story.
Aaron Craft—who has stolen everything from the hearts of the girls of Buckeye Nation to the frustration of the other fanbases across the Big Ten during his time in Columbus—became Ohio State’s all-time steals leader with his 205th career theft.
Considering the fact that he is only a mere two and a half seasons into his collegiate tenure—one of which he spent coming off the bench—Craft’s steal total, which now sits at 209, is nothing short of remarkable.
However, merely looking at the box score to see how many steals Craft racks up does not even begin to indicate how much…
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