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Jan. 22, 2013

Junior guard Aaron Craft recorded a steal in the first half vs. Iowa to set the Ohio State record for career steals with 205. Craft has five career games with six or more thefts and his single game record of seven steals was against Iowa Jan. 19, 2011, his freshman campaign in Columbus. Last season, as a sophomore, Craft set the Ohio State single season record with 98 steals. He also holds down the No. 4 spot with 73 as a rookie in 2011.

Game Steals
1. 8 Troy Taylor vs. St. Joseph’s 12-29-83
2. 7 Aaron Craft vs. Iowa 1-19-11
7 Kelvin Ransey vs. Minnesota 2-23-78
4. 6 Shannon Scott vs. UNC Asheville 12-15-12
6 Aaron Craft vs. Cincinnati 3-22-12
6 Aaron Craft at Minnesota 2-14-12
6 Aaron Craft vs. Indiana 2-27-11
6 David Lighty vs. Illinois 2-22-11
6 Aaron Craft at Purdue 2-20-11
14 others with 6
 
Season Steals
1. 98 Aaron Craft 2012
2. 87 Mike Conley Jr. 2007
3. 74 Curtis Wilson 1987
4. 73 Aaron Craft 2011
5. 72 Je’Kel Foster 2006
6. 71 Dennis Hopson 1987
7. 70 Scoonie Penn 1999
8. 66 Scoonie Penn 2000
66 Jay Burson 1988
10. 64 Jason Singleton 1999
 
Career Steals
1. 205 Aaron Craft 2010-present
2. 204 Jay Burson 1986-89
3. 191 David Lighty 2007-11
4. 164 Dennis Hopson 1984-87
5. 159 Evan Turner 2008-10
6. 158 Jamaal Brown 1989-92
158 Ronnie Stokes 1982-85
8. 155 Troy Taylor 1982-85
9. 153 Curtis Wilson 1984, 1986-88
10. 149 Michael Redd 1998-00
 
Career Steals (Big Ten)
1. 324 Bruce Douglas, Illinois 1983-86
2. 300 Gary Grant, Michigan 1985-88
3. 275 Mike Kelley, Wisconsin 1998-2001
4. 274 Chris Kramer, Purdue 2007-10
5. 272 Pat Baldwin, Northwestern 1991-1994
6. 259 Brian Cardinal, Purdue 1997-2000
7. 231 Dee Brown, Illinois 2003-06
8. 218 Kendall Gill, Illinois 1987-1990
218 Titus Ivory, Penn State 1998-2001
10. 215 Melvin Newbern, Minnesota 1987-1990
Jitim Young, Northwestern 2001-04
205 Aaron Craft, Ohio State 2010-present