Ohio State needed one last shot to complete the comeback and the upset on the road against No. 3 Purdue, and Keita Bates-Diop delivered.
Jae'Sean Tate took the first look, driving in for a contested layup, but Bates-Diop cleaned it up, crashing in for a huge offensive rebound and go-ahead putback.
Purdue made things interesting with a baseball pass to Isaac Haas, but the Buckeyes held on to pull off the upset, 64-63.
Then, the celebration began.
The win puts Ohio State atop the Big Ten standings.
Looks like the Buckeyes are for real, folks.