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Ohio State basketball: Chris Holtmann dark horse for Celtics job

According to some reports, it sounds like the Ohio State basketball coach is a potential dark horse candidate for the Celtics position. The entire basketball world was upended yesterday with a couple of bombshells dropping. One of those bombshells is that Coach K is retiring from Duke. With that being the case, we talked about how big of a chance it is that Chris Holtmann leaves the Ohio State basketball program for that job.
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Ohio State basketball: Could Chris Holtmann go to Duke?

With the news that Coach K is retiring, could Duke try to poach Chris Holtmann from the Ohio State basketball program?. A college basketball bombshell was dropped today. According to Jeff Goodman of Stadium, Coach K will be retiring at the end of the season from being the Head Coach at Duke. One of the greatest coaches of all time will be stepping away after 2021-22.
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Gene Smith On Chris Holtmann Four Years Into Ohio State Tenure:

The last time Chris Holtmann’s team left the court, Ohio State hoops fans were incredulous at what they had just seen. Summit League champion Oral Roberts, which came into the NCAA tournament with a 16-10 record, proved too much to handle. In overtime, Max Abmas and Kevin Obanor pulled off a 75-72 upset, earning the Buckeyes an undesirable spot in March Madness history as only the ninth second-seeded team ever to lose to a 15 seed.
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Ohio State basketball: Chris Holtmann busy on recruiting trail

The Ohio State basketball coach says he will be very busy on the recruiting trail in the month of June, hardly having any time for himself. Even though the Ohio State basketball team has 14 players on its roster for next season, that doesn’t mean Chris Holtmann is sitting at home doing nothing. He is using this summer as a time to hit the recruiting trail hard for future versions of his team.

What We Learned as Chris Holtmann, Buckeyes enter next offseason phase

COLUMBUS — Chris Holtmann has started to put last season in perspective. Ohio State lost its last game of the season in heart-wrenching fashion, an upset loss in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament to No. 15 seed Oral Roberts. The Buckeyes coach still thinks about the final game of last season every day, but he’s beginning to reflect on the year in its entirety.

You’re Nuts: What has been the biggest win of the Chris Holtmann era?

We’ve added a few new brilliant writers to our staff over the past week or so, and along with that we’ve decided to roll out a new series of articles called “You’re Nuts!” where we pit two writers against each other with a prompt relating to Ohio State athletics. Think First Take, Around the Horn, or Undisputed, but with less yelling and actual, substantive answers.
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Chris Holtmann 'excited' about the opportunity to add a new assistant to Ohio State's staff

It came as a surprise to Buckeye Nation in late April when it was announced that assistant men’s basketball coach Terry Johnson was leaving Ohio State for a similar job with Purdue. Johnson had worked with head coach Chris Holtmann since 2013 -- both at Butler and with the Scarlet and Gray -- and, like with his other assistants, the thought was he would only leave Ohio State for a better opportunity,

Chris Holtmann is the guy for the future of Ohio State basketball

The offseason in college basketball becomes more interesting every season. The reason being is the transfer portal, which at this point has turned into college basketball free agency without the contracts (sometimes). Ohio State has been no exception to that rule, as players have left the program to pursue other...

Chris Holtmann Talks For An Hour About Ohio State's Offseason, Additions To Roster, Recruiting

For the first time since the first-round NCAA tournament defeat, Chris Holtmann spoke publicly. He joined local media for a Zoom press conference on Wednesday to discuss all facets of his team, and he took questions for nearly an entire hour. The fifth-year head coach spoke at length about E.J. Liddell and Duane Washington Jr. entering the NBA draft pool, the state of recruiting, all players being able to transfer and play immediately once, the additions of Joey Brunk and Jamari Wheeler and much more.

Chris Holtmann learning, reflecting from Buckeyes NCAA Tournament exit

COLUMBUS — The mind of Chris Holtmann still lingers back to the Ohio State loss in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. The Buckeyes fell to Oral Roberts in the first round, just the ninth time ever that a No. 2 team has lost to a No. 15 team. After putting together a strong run in Big Ten Tournament and nearly winning the whole thing, the Buckeyes had sky-high expectations entering the Big Dance.