LIVE BLOG: Follow Indiana’s Game at Ohio State in Real Time

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Welcome to the Value City Arena in Columbus, where Indiana takes on the No. 22 in Ohio State on Monday night. The game was originally scheduled for Saturday.

Indiana has had six days off, Ohio State two. So it will be interesting to see if fatigue is a factor.

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9:29 PM – Indiana leads Miller Kopp through a screen and he takes a three but misses. Race Thompson makes a mistake in the rebound. Kyle Young makes one free throw. Ohio State leads 76-69. Parker Stewart steps back three for Indiana, but misses.

9:25 PM — Xavier Johnson drives to the rim twice in a row and misses both times. Contacted both times, but no call. Ohio State 74-69 with 47.4 to go. Xavier Johnson is called by a foul and technical foul, so he is now out of the game. EJ Liddell also called for a technical in that scrum after the basket. Liddell makes one free throw.

9:20 p.m. Ohio State gets a huge three from Jamari Wheeler to rise 70-67. Ohio State has scored on all three possessions so far. Xavier Johnson makes two free throws and it’s 70-69. EJ Liddell hits a jumper from the left corner with 2:00 to go, and Ohio State leads with 3.

9:16 PM — Xavier Johnson fouls Indiana’s first possession in overtime and scores both free throws. Indiana 65-63. OSU scores, but then Xavier Johnson comes in with a nice pass to Race Thompson, who scores. OSU answers again. Tied at 67.

9:11 PM — Poor turnover by Indiana as Race Thompson tries to force a pass into Trayce Jackson-Davis. Ohio State gets two free throws on the other side. Indiana runs on the shot clock and Tamar Bates misses a long three. EJ Liddell dunks with 5 seconds left to tie the game. We’re going overtime.

9:07 p.m. — Tamar Bates with a massive three-pointer as the shot clock went down. Indiana leads 63-59.

8:58 PM — Lots of patience in the post by Trayce Jackson-Davis, who waits for the double and hits Tamar Bates across the track. He hits a three and Indiana leads 59-55. Biggest lead of the night for the Hoosiers. Time out at 4:13.

8:54 PM — Ohio State has scored just six runs in the final eight minutes, strongly reminiscent of the Bloomington game, where the Hoosiers then stopped late. Trayce Jackson-Davis fouls and makes both free throws. Indiana has its first lead since the opening minutes, 56-55.

8:45 p.m. — Officials assess a Flagrant-1 error on E.J. Liddell and Xavier Johnson both score free throws. Indiana gets the ball, but Miller Kopp travels. It’s 53-50, Ohio State leads. And now baskets from Johnson and Tamar Bates have reduced the lead to ONE! Ohio State 55, Indiana 54 with 7:11 to go. Chris Holtmann calls time out.

8:40 PM — Miller Kopp is much more aggressive in looking for his shots this half. He hits a big three-pointer there to get Indiana inside five at 53-48. It’s still 9:15 a.m. to go.

8:32 p.m. – We are on media timeout under 12 and Ohio state leads 10 at 51-41.

8:27 p.m. — Indiana has made ONE of his last eight free-throw attempts. This is just ridiculous.

8:20 PM — Not a very good defense attempt so far tonight from Indiana, especially to start the second half here. Ohio State is going 5-for-5 from the field and four different players have scored. Mike Woodson takes a time out and rips into them.

8:12 PM – Needless to say, this is a whopping 20 minutes for the Hoosiers. Ohio State jumps out to a 40-32 lead, but Race Thompson hits a three to stop the bleeding.

HALF STATS: Trayce Jackson-Davis leads the way for Indiana with 10 points and six rebounds, and Parker Stewart is next with eight. Xavier Johnson shoots 1-on-5 with five turnovers.

HALF-TIME: We’re at the break and Indiana follows Ohio State 33-28. Could have been better. Anthony Leal was fouled in the closing seconds, but he missed both free throws. Indiana was 6-for-7 from the line before that.

7:49 PM – Indiana perimeter shooting update. Parker Stewart is 2-for-2 from deep, but the rest of the team is 0-for-4. Misses of Xavier Johnson, Miller Kopp, Tamar Bates and Anthony Leal. Such a problem for the team. Ohio State leads 33-28 with 1:04 left.

7:37 p.m. — Indiana does a great job with Ohio State star E.J. Liddell so far. He just shoots 1-for-6 and 0-for-3 from the three-point range.

7:30 p.m. — At the media timeout below 8, and the state of Ohio is up 17-15. A big three-pointer from Parker Stewart narrowed the lead to two, then he hit another to give Indiana the lead.

7:22 PM — We’re nine minutes into the game and Ohio is leading 17-12. Xavier Johnson is getting his first rest, so it will be up to Parker Stewart and freshman Tamar Bates to pull off the attack.

7:13 PM — We are at the first media timeout and Indiana leads 6-5. The Hoosiers are 3-for-5 from the field, but the four turnovers have hurt and most of them were unforced. They are not called early which is surprising after six days off.

7:05 PM — And we’re off. Not the start we wanted to see from Xavier Johnson. Three turnovers in the first four minutes.

6:55 PM — A lot of pressure on point guard Xavier Johnson because he doesn’t have any real backups at the time. Three injuries in one position.

6:50 PM — Here’s the starters for Indiana, the usual crew. It’s Trayce Jackson-Davis and Race Thompson up front, with Miller Kopp, Parker Stewart and Xavier Johnson on the edge.

6:45 PM — Indiana is without three players on Monday night. Trey Galloway, Khristian Lander and Rob Phinisee are all out injured. Here’s the story. CLICK HERE

We use soy when we talk about permanent things, things that don’t change from day to day, or from hour to hour. I might say “Soy estudiante” meaning I’m a student. On the other hand, we use estoy when talking about states or variable things, such as the weather or someone’s mood or location.

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  • Open Microsoft Word on your Mac and then create a new document.
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How do you do double spacing on Word 2021? You can duplicate all or part of a Word document. To duplicate the entire document, go to Design > Paragraph Spacing and choose Duplicate. Tip: To duplicate only part of the document, select the paragraphs you want to change, go to Home > Line & Paragraph Spacing and choose 2.0.

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What are you doing in Spanish slang?

What are you doing in Spanish slang?

If you would like to ask, “What are you doing?” in Spanish you can say “¿Qué haces?” It is a conjugation of the verb ‘hacer’, which literally means ‘to do’ or ‘to make’. Do you want to be more specific? See the article : Is Indiana a poor state?.

What are you doing in Spanish Mexico? Que esta haciendo?

What’s up with you in Spanish slang?

que pasa contigo. Statement. what is wrong with you ( See the article : Indiana State Trooper vehicle struck on I-65 by alleged impaired driver, no injuries reported.

How do you say what’s up in Mexican slang?

Like Qué tal? or que pasa? in Spain it means “What is it?†in Spanish. Que onda? literally means “Which wave?†like, “What wave are you on, dude?†or â€How are you?†Grover, you know Qué pedo? use, which also means “What is it?†But pedo means “fart†, so the actual translation is â€Which fart?â€

What is Que Pasa?

A Spanish phrase meaning what is happening?, often used as a greeting.

What’s que haces mean?

Que haces? is Spanish for the English expression ‘What are you doing?’

Is it ASES or haces?

Is it ASES or haces? Sorry…but no…. the plural of “As†is “ASES†.

What does que paso means?

means “What’s happening?” What is going on? que paso? Is literally “What happened?” (it’s in the past tense) but as a greeting means “What’s up?” Que esta pasando? is “What’s happening? What’s going on?

How do you pronounce que haces?

How do you say hello what are you doing today in Spanish?

How do you say yo what’s up in Spanish?

= que pasa? que pasa? is probably the most common way to say What’s up?, but there are many other ways to say it.

How are you doing in Spanish slang?

que onda? place interj. “How are you?” “Not so bad, and you?” —¿Como te va?

How do you say in Spanish Hello what are you doing?

How do you say what you are doing in Spanish. If you want to ask “What are you doing?” in Spanish, you can use “Qué haces?” use. It is a conjugation of the verb “hacer”, which literally means “to do” or “to make”. Want to be more specific? This list will help you on your way: ¿Qué haces ahora?

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How do you use eres?

How do you use eres?

Eres is the informal "you" which you would use when talking to someone you know well or perhaps a young person or young person.

Is it Ella or Eres? First, both es and está mean it is, he is, or she is, while eres means you are. This is where it gets complicated. These conjugated forms come from the verbs ESTAR and SER.

Is ERES a female?

I just did basic course 2 and it seemed to only combine es with male and eres only with female.

What type of word is eres?

Verb. Informal second-person singular present tense of ser; you are.

What are eres?

ERES. Exceptional Recreational or Environmental Significance (US EPA)

What is the difference between Eres and estas?

“Estás” is the conjugation of the present form of the second person singular of the verb “estar”, and “eres” is the conjugation of the present form of the second person singular of the verb “ser”. Example: tú estas estudiando, tú eres bonita.

How do you use Eres and es?

So back to your question of how to tell the difference between eres and es: when talking to a friend or relative or child, you say “eres”. If you’re talking to one person in a more respectful, formal setting, use “es”. Or when you’re talking about he/she/it, use “es”.

What goes with eres?

Eres is conjugated to be used with the pronoun tú. Tú means you, but generally with a more personal or informal connotation.

How do you know when to use es in Spanish?

Use “es” (from the verb ser) when referring to something permanent, such as a physical trait or personality trait. Use “está” (from the verb estar) when referring to something more temporary, such as an emotion, location, or condition.

What is the difference between soy Eres and es?

As you probably know, they mean: Soy (I am) Eres (You are. fam.) Es (he/she is and you are.

What are eres?

ERES. Exceptional Recreational or Environmental Significance (US EPA)

What is the difference between Eres and soy?

As you probably know, they mean: Soy (I am) Eres (You are. fam.) Es (he/she is and you are.

Is Eres male or female?

The verb forms es and eres are the third person singular, and the second person singular, present indicative forms of the verb ser, which means ‘to be’ and can be used to tell about a characteristic of something or someone. “Mi hermano es muy sabio.â€

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What language is quien eres?

What language is quien eres?

quien eres – translated from Spanish to English.

How do you say what is your name in Spanish? Use “¿Cómo te llamas?†(familiar/personal) or “¿Cómo se llama?†(formal/polite). Alternatively, although less common, is “¿Cuál es tu nombre?†(familiar/personal) and “¿Cuál es su nombre?†(formal/polite).

Whats the meaning of quien eres?

Translation Results Select the target language Into English (US) who you are. who you are. who you are.

What does the word quien mean?

quien → who, who.

What does Tutu mean in Spanish slang?

tutú, el ~ (m) tutu, the ~ Noun. ballet skirt, the ~ Noun.

What are you doing in Spanish slang?

If you want to ask “What are you doing?” in Spanish, you can use “Qué haces?” use. It is a conjugation of the verb “hacer”, which literally means “to do” or “to make”. Want to be more specific?

What is no called in Spanish?

No no. Use this expression to say “no” in a super casual way in Spanish. It works the same way as the English “no” but again, make it a short /o/ instead of the English diphthong.

Why does Spanish use no?

In Spanish, the most common negative word is no, which can be used as an adverb or adjective. As an adverb that negates a sentence, it always comes immediately before the verb, unless the verb is preceded by an object, in which case it comes immediately before the object.

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What is De Dónde Eres?

– Saying Where You Come From in Spanish – Coffee Break Spanish To Go Episode 1.03.

What is the difference between de donde es and De donde son?

It just depends on what you’re trying to say. If you want to know the location of something or someone, use the “Dónde está(n)…?” build. If you want to know where someone comes from, use “De dónde es/son…?”. You can also read “De qué origen es/son..?” to find out where someone comes from.

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