The Cleveland Cavaliers are epically, historically, and maddeningly bad this season. The team's 8-40 record doesn't even do proper justice to the brand of unwatchable, inept basketball they have trotted out since the departure of LeBron James.
Ohio State, on the other hand, is undefeated and ranked No. 1 in the country.
It's logical and almost beyond debate to say that a professional team could always, no matter how putrid they are, beat a college team. But that doesn't stop the Chronicle Telegram's Rick Noland from imagining how the Buckeyes would stack up against the Cavs. Click the link to see how he envisions the match-up going doing.
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