Kaleb Wesson is back.
Ohio State's leading scorer and rebounder will return from his suspension for the Big Ten Tournament and will be available to play against Indiana on Thursday, Chris Holtmann announced.
Wesson had been suspended since March 1 for an undisclosed violation of athletic department policy. No formal timetable was ever given for his return, but ultimately he missed three games in total.
In the three games without him, Ohio State went 0-3, suffering an 86-51 loss to Purdue, 68-50 loss to Northwestern and a 73-67 overtime loss to Wisconsin.
Ohio State faces Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday. Both teams are in desperate need of wins to boost their NCAA Tournament resumes.