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Feb. 18, 2004

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Attendance: 13,949 Ohio State’s starting lineup of juniorBrandon Fuss-Cheatham, junior Tony Stockman, sophomore J.J.Sullinger, senior Velimir Radinovic and sophomore Terence Dialsmade their 10th appearance of the season, marking the most gamesstarted for the same five-man unit this season. The combinationstarted four of the first give games of the season, but did notstart together since Dec. 3 vs. Georgia Tech in Columbus. The grouphas started the last six games for the Buckeyes. Ohio State trailsin the all-time series with Iowa 70-66. However, the Buckeyes stilllead the series in Columbus with a mark of 40-26. Additionally,Ohio State is 663-635 in conference games in the 91st season of BigTen basketball. In its sixth season in Value City Arena, Ohio Statenow is 76-19 after the loss to the Hawkeyes, including a 6-6 markat VCA this season. With the loss, Ohio State falls to 12-13all-time when playing on Feb. 18, including three consecutivelosses to Iowa.

Ohio State player notes

With his 3-point field goal at the 12:26 mark in the firsthalf, junior guard Tony Stockman recorded his 1,000th career point.Stockman previously tallied 716 points in two years at Clemson andscored an additional 284 points as a Buckeye. He finished the gamewith a total of 16 points, giving him 1,015 for his career. After a7-of-8 night from the field, senior center Velimir Radinoviccontinues to stay atop the Big Ten in field goal shootingpercentage. After the Iowa game, Radinovic is (85-of-127) on theyear for a .669 shooting percentage. In Big Ten contests thisseason, he is 43-of-64. In the first half alone, sophomore forwardTerence Dials tallied a team-high five assists, setting a careerhigh. His previous career high for assists was three, which herecorded several times, the last against Michigan State (2/7/04).