NEW YORK (AP) -A year removed from a loss in the national title game, Ohio State finally has a championship trophy to carry home.
Nevermind that it's from the NIT. Jamar Butler and his buddies couldn't care less.
Butler had 19 points and eight assists in his final college game, leading Ohio State to a 92-85 victory over Massachusetts on Thursday night and prompting the victory celebration inside Madison Square Garden that they couldn't have last year in Atlanta.

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