Ohio State forward E.J. Liddell responded two or three incensed fans who he said sent him subverting messages following the Buckeyes' first-round exit from the NCAA rivalry Friday, keeping in touch with some degree on his Twitter account, "How could I manage merit this? I'm human."
Liddell and the No. 2-developed Buckeyes fell 75-72 in additional chance to No. 15 Oral Roberts in the foremost critical astonishment in the opposition in two years.
A brief timeframe later, he shared screen catches of messages he said he got from the two frustrated fans, including one who found a way to truly attack him.
Another fan stayed in contact with Liddell: "You are such a f - ing disgrace. Totally never show your face at Ohio State. We scorn you. I believe you fail horrendously I genuinely do."
"Comments don't get to me yet I just wanna know why," Liddell made on Twitter. "I've done nothing to anyone in my life to be advanced toward like this.
"This isn't me saying anything negative about Ohio State fans. I love you all really and I've felt just appreciated since the essential day I ventured close by."
Past Buckeyes star Jared Sullinger was among the people who supported Liddell, forming that a couple of gathering "don't believe you to be a human more like redirection."
"Keep on being the youth that you are sibling," Sullinger stayed in contact with Liddell. "Happy for you. Use these messages to fuel your fire."
Liddell, a sophomore, had 23 concentrations and 14 ricochet back to lead the Buckeyes, who were runners up in the Huge Ten rivalry and entered Friday's first-round game as 16-point top decisions.