Syracuse Vs. Ohio State Halftime Score: Orange And Buckeyes Tied, 29-29

In a match-up between a one seed and a two seed in the East Region of the 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket, the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Syracuse Orange are locked at 29 after one half of play.

Both teams defenses have forced their oppoents into low percentage shots, as both teams are shooting below 36 percent from the floor.

Ohio State big man, Jared Sullinger, was limited to five minutes of play because of early foul trouble. He had four points, three rebounds and two turnovers before picking up his second foul.

The game is being played in the TD Garden, home of the Boston Celtics. The winner will go on to the Final Four to face the winner between North Carolina and Kanas. The second half can be seen on CBS.

For more NCAA Tournament coverage, be sure to check out our tournament stream and SB Nation's tournament hub. Also make sure to check out our NCAA Tournament Printable Bracket stream. Enjoy the road to New Orleans!

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