Does Ohio State have enough depth?
The Buckeyes only regularly use seven players. Do they have the bench to win it all?
The Ohio State Buckeyes enter the NCAA tournament as the Big Ten champs and the top overall seed. They have the nation's most efficient offense and a stingy, foul-free defense. And in freshman big man Jared Sullinger, they have the kind of star power that tourney prognosticators love.
But the one thing that analysts have harped upon this week is the Buckeyes' depth, or lack thereof. Can a team that essentially plays seven guys, they've asked, make a run to Houston?
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