COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Everybody knows what Nik Stauskas has done this season. [url=http://www.cheapnikefreeuk.com/]Cheap Nike Free Online[/url] . But he had a lot of help from Michigans freshmen in leading the way to yet another big road win. Stauskas scored 15 points and freshmen Derrick Walton III and Zak Irvin each had a big game to power the 15th-ranked Wolverines to a 70-60 victory over No. 22 Ohio State on Tuesday night. "Obviously, it was a hostile arena," senior forward Jordan Morgan said. "Youve got to get comfortable with pressure that (the Buckeyes) are going to put on you. Theyre going to challenge you to make big plays and I think our freshmen stepped up and did it." Walton scored 13 points, added a career-high 10 rebounds and was just one behind his previous best in assists with six. Irvin came off the bench to give the Wolverines (18-6, 10-2 Big Ten) a lift. He scored 10 points, hitting both of his 3-pointers and adding a solid defensive effort. Michigan coach John Beilein was pleased with just about everybody in blue, but had particular praise set aside for his first-year players. "Walton had a great game, with 10 rebounds and controlling the tempo," he said. Of Irvin, he added, "Hes been a typical freshman in some ways, but the young man can make a shot." The victory ended a nine-game skid over the last 11 years in Columbus for the Wolverines, who came into the game tied for the top spot in the conference with Michigan State. "We love getting road wins. Thats one of the hardest things to do in this conference," said Morgan, who had eight rebounds -- six on the offensive glass -- and contributed six points. "Any time you can get one of those its big. Obviously, this game means a lot to a lot of people. For us to come into this environment and get this win is big." LaQuinton Ross had 24 points and Lenzelle Smith Jr. 13 for Ohio State (19-6, 6-6), which had a three-game winning streak snapped. The Buckeyes hadnt lost to their archrivals on their home court since a 61-50 setback on Jan. 15, 2003. The Wolverines were coming off an 85-67 loss at No. 17 Iowa on Saturday and had played three road games in 10 days and five games total over the last 13. But they had more energy in the second half -- outscoring Ohio State 44-30 -- to pull out a game in which they trailed by 10 points in the opening 20 minutes. The Buckeyes led by eight early in the second half, but that cushion disappeared when Michigan scored on four straight possessions, including a dunk by Jon Horford off Waltons assist, a 3 by Irvin, Columbus native Caris LeVerts steal and end-to-end layup, and two foul shots by Stauskas. That gave the Wolverines their first lead since their first basket at 44-43. The surge was part of a 12-0 run that turned the game around. Stauskas picked up a basket on a goaltending call before Walton slashed through the lane and was fouled while spinning in a layup, completing the three-point play to make it 49-43 with 9:15 left. "When it came down to it, they gave the ball to Walton down the stretch and let him make plays," said Buckeyes defensive whiz Aaron Craft. Ohio State got as close as 51-50 before Morgan scored inside and then, on the next trip down the floor, kept the ball alive on an offensive rebound, leading to a 3 by Stauskas. Shannon Scotts steal led to a dunk by Buckeyes teammate Sam Thompson, and Michigan was hanging on, 56-52, with 3:24 left. But LeVert drove the lane and flicked a pass to the right corner to Glenn Robinson III, who hit a 3 with 2:45 left to push the lead to 59-52. "Robinsons 3 from the corner was huge," said Ohio State coach Thad Matta, who fell to 17-5 against Michigan. After Craft airballed a 3 at the other end, Walton was fouled on a 3 with 1:54 left and calmly made all three to push the lead to 10. The Buckeyes didnt threaten again. "Today we werent the tougher team down the stretch," Craft said. It was the only regular-season meeting between the longtime rivals this season, due to the Big Tens 18-game, rotating schedule. Thats OK with Beilein. "It was like a Final Four game," he said of the atmosphere, which included a roaring crowd of 18,809. "It was loud. And it had two of the really good programs in the Big Ten going at it." [url=http://www.cheapnikefreeuk.com/]Wholesale Nike Free[/url] . Villa has already confirmed his short-term deal and the Daily Mirror reported early Tuesday that Lampard will join him as both build up match fitness ahead of moves to the new Major League Soccer franchise New York City. [url=http://www.cheapnikefreeuk.com/]Cheap Nike Free Uk[/url] . 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Hes one of the greatest players that has ever played so to get the opportunity to play him in an atmosphere like this is excellent.Nishikori made it easy on Federer as he struggled with consistency throughout. The 24-year-old U.S. Open finalist showed his vast array of shots with some superb backhand winners but made a total of 30 unforced errors and, once again, could not find his serve.Hes shown in the past when he gets the upper hand against any player from the baseline, hes very difficult to beat, said Federer after moving to 2-0 in his group. Today for some reason he couldnt get it done. Maybe I was playing too well (...). But I know that Kei can play better. So for me it was really important to take advantage of the fact that I was feeling really good, and then maybe he was struggling a little bit today.Nishikori, one of three debutants at the O2 Arena this year, had been able to make up for his poor service percentage in his opening win over Murray with his powerful groundstrokes. Against Federer, it was a different story.The Swiss served well and played aggressively on Nishikoris second balls to cut short rallies. [url=http://www.cheapnikefreeuk.com/]Cheap Nike Free Sale[/url]. After a tight third game where the Japanese could not convert two break points, the Swiss produced a superb crosscourt forehand passing shot to earn a first opportunity to open up a 3-1 lead, and seized it with another forehand winner.Federer, who retains an outside chance of overtaking Novak Djokovic for the year-end top ranking following a season in which he claimed five titles, then held comfortably to wrap up the set.Nishikori called for a medical timeout at the start of the second set for treatment on his right wrist, but things did not improve afterward. He dropped his serve after hitting three unforced errors to hand a 2-1 lead to Federer and fought hard to save two break points in the seventh game, but hit his fifth double-fault of the match on the third one.I didnt play really bad. But still, I wasnt really consistent on everything: my serve, my strokes, Nishikori said. I made unforced errors. So thats why I couldnt stay there.In the evening session, Raonic struggled with his favourite weapon early on, only averaging 37 per cent of first services in the first set.The Scot broke in the sixth game after the Wimbledon semifinalist shanked an easy smash before hitting two more unforced errors. But Murray could not build on the momentum after opening a 2-1 lead in the second set when Raonic dropped his serve after double-faulting to gift him a break point.Raonic, from Thornhill, Ont., broke back immediately and both players held until 5-5 when Raonic let his nerves get the best of him, sending a forehand wide and netting a half-volley to give Murray the upper hand. The fifth-seeded Murray made no mistake on his next service game, closing out the match on his second occasion when Raonic went long. 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