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Controversial call hangs over Ohio State victory

Brian Spurlock/USA TODAY Sports The spotlight was on Aaron Craft after Ohio State's last-second victory over Iowa State, not because of his cold-blooded game-winner, but because of a controversial charge he took late in the game that could have swung the game for his Buckeyes. With 1:15 remaining and Iowa State holding a one-point lead, Cyclones guard Will Clyburn drove to the basket, made contact with two Ohio State defenders, including Craft, and laid the ball off the glass for a tough basket. Buzzer-beater eliminates Iowa State: Buckeyes advance If the basket had counted, Iowa State would have been on the free throw line, up three points with 1:41 remaining. But officials believed Craft had set himself in a legal area before Clyburn released the ball. His heel was just above a restricted area under the basket and it looked like he had narrowly positioned himself to take the charge. The Iowa State player was whistled for the foul, the basket was nullified and Ohio State gained p

Judge Judy sued: Expensive Dishes

Judge Judy Sheindlin is now on the other side of the bench: The TV judge is being sued by a woman who claims Sheindlin owes her money for fine china, reports. TV Scorecard: Renewed or canceled? Patric Jones claims her former husband Randy Douthit, a producer on Judge Judy, sold Sheindlin the couple's expensive Christofle tableware for $50,000, even though Jones claims it's worth $514,421.14. Because the sale was done without Jones' consent, she now claims Sheindlin should return the china or pay the rest of what she believes she's owed. Jones is also seeking punitive damages, claiming that Douthit agreed to reduce his profit participation on Judge Judy so he wouldn't have to give Jones as much money in the divorce settlement. "I have not seen any complaint by the former Mrs. Douthit, however, I don't owe this lady a cent," Sheindlin told TMZ. "And if this 50-year-old woman would spend her time more productively at trying to find a job, in