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Enigmatic big man Amir Williams, a 6-11 McDonald's All-American who has never played up to expectations, has moved to the bench. Ohio State fans have been frustrated by his inability to throw his chiseled body around in the paint.
A starter all season, Williams never left the bench unless it was to listen to a huddle during a timeout in Sunday's 82-70 win over No. 23 Indiana. He only played 3 minutes in the previous game, a 69-67 win at Northwestern.