The Buckeyes move to 70-73 all-time vs. Iowa, having now won the previous seven meetings. Ohio State is 23-47 at Iowa, having won the last four at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
As a ranked team, the Buckeyes are 22-10 vs. the Hawkeyes, including the last seven.
Ohio State moves to 727-663 overall in the Big Ten.
They are 36-6 in their last 42 Big Ten matchups, dating back to 3/8/09.
The last time the Buckeyes defeated three Big Ten teams by 25 or more points in the same season was during the 1960-61 season, where Ohio State beat Northwestern 79-45, Purdue 92-62, Wisconsin 100-68 and Indiana 100-65.
The Buckeyes have now won by double figures in 13 of their 15 victories this year. 12 of their wins have been by 22 or more points. Ohio State’s 22.2 average margin of victory is No. 3 nationally.
As a ranked team, Ohio State is 410-110 overall and when ranked in the AP Top 10, the Buckeyes are 289-61.
Ohio State has now won 57 consecutive games vs. unranked opponents.
As the AP No. 6 ranked team in the nation, Ohio State moves to 18-8 overall.
In their last 70 games, the Buckeyes are 63-7.
Since the start of the 2008-09 season, Ohio State has accumulated 100 victories, which is the fifth-most during that period (Duke-108, Kansas-105, Syracuse-100, Kentucky-100, Ohio State-100, UNC-96).
This is the 279th-consecutive game Ohio State has made at least one 3-point field goal (1/10/04 vs. Penn State was the last game with zero made).
Two players scored in double figures for Ohio State. So far this season, seven Buckeyes have scored in doubles figures a total of 54 times.
The starting lineup of Buford, Craft, Smith, Jr., Sullinger and Thomas is 13-1 this season.
The Buckeyes had 21 team assists vs. Iowa. They are averaging 17.6 apg, which places them No. 8 in the country.
The start was Buford’s 115th donning the Scarlet and Gray, tying Jon Diebler for seventh place in career games started at Ohio State.
Buford is just the fourth Buckeye in recorded history to reach 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 300 assists. Buford’s current totals are 1,686/552/319.
The win was Buford's 100th at Ohio State. He is 4-0 at Iowa.
Buford scored eight points for the Buckeyes, improving his career total to 1,686, which is eighth all-time in Ohio State career scoring. He is 70 points behind Jay Burson (1,756) for seventh place.
Buford had a season high 11 rebounds to push his career total to 552 (nine vs. Northwestern, 12/18/11). He is one of 17 former Buckeyes in the prestigious 1,500 point and 500 rebound club.
Buford had five assists. He now has 52 this season and 319 for his career.
Buford is on pace to become the fifth player in Ohio State history to join the 400 (made field goals) and 4,000 (minutes played) Club. After the Iowa win, Buford has now tallied 636 made field goals and 3,946 minutes played in 122 career games (J. Diebler, D. Lighty, J. Butler and H. Williams are the other Buckeyes to achieve this feat).