The Value City Arena crowd in attendance for Ohio State’s Jan. 18 non-conference matchup with IUPUI, scheduled only two weeks prior, never offered up more noise than it did in with just under 16 minutes to play in the first half. The crowd reached a frenzy (of sorts) in its Read More
Ohio State’s roster of scholarship players has grown by one, and the Buckeyes didn’t even have to hit the recruiting trail or the transfer portal.
Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann took the opportunity after Ohio State’s 61-56 victory over Penn State on Jan. 16 to welcome a new scholarship Read More
A sleepy Noon tip for Ohio State’s Jan. 16 matchup with Penn State extended beyond media row, home to several cups of coffee – which had been expertly smuggled in under Ohio State’s new, no-concessions rule. Down on the floor, the Buckeyes didn’t seem to get the memo that there Read More
Ohio State entered its Jan. 13 matchup with Wisconsin in the Kohl Center knowing that it could not afford a cold shooting night, a poor performance on the boards, or a slow start against the Badgers, which entered the game as winners of five straight since a Dec. 11 loss Read More
Jake Diebler’s time as Ohio State’s acting head coach is about to come to an end. After an isolation period following a positive COVID test, Buckeye head coach Chris Holtmann is set to return to his team Jan. 13, flying up to Madison, Wi., separately with assistant coach Ryan Pedon Read More
Jake Diebler couldn’t have asked for a much better start to his tenure as Ohio State’s head coach. Filling in for Holtmann and assistant Ryan Pedon, who missed the game because of COVID protocols, Diebler claimed victory in his first career game as acting head coach, with the Buckeyes (10-3, Read More
Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann and assistant Ryan Pedon will not be available when the Buckeyes host Northwestern on Sunday evening. Both coaches will miss the game due to health and safety protocols.
With Holtmann and Pedon not on the sidelines, assistant Jake Diebler will serve as the acting Read More
There’s not a team that Ohio State has more familiarity with than the Indiana Hoosiers. Since 1949-50, the Buckeyes have faced off with their neighbors to the east more than any other foe, and on Jan. 6, the two squared off for the 134th time in that span, playing Read More
In what could be accurately referred to as a concessions concession, Ohio State is closing down concessions sales at all university sporting events, beginning with the women’s basketball team’s matchup against Illinois on Jan. 6. Fans will not be permitted to bring their own food or drink into venues, though Read More