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Ohio State's Chris Holtmann gives his NBA comparisons for Malaki Branham, EJ Liddell

The 2022 NBA Draft will take place on Thursday night. For the first time since 2007, Ohio State expects to have two players selected in the draft in guard Malaki Branham and forward EJ Liddell. In fact, it's likely these two Buckeyes will hear their names called in the first round, which also hasn't happened since that 2007 draft when Greg Oden, Mike Conley Jr. and Daequan Cook all came off the board in the first 30 picks.
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Ohio State basketball coach Chris Holtmann reflects on Buckeyes in NBA Draft

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Ohio State men’s basketball coach Chris Holtmann spoke one-on-one with NBC4 sports director Jerod Smalley on Thursday ahead of the NBA Draft. The draft features two Buckeyes, Malaki Branham and E.J. Liddell, who are projected to be picked in the first round. If that happens, it will be the first time […]
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Chris Holtmann Thinks Malaki Branham Will “Definitely” Be A First-Round Pick, Says E.J. Liddell “Ready to Impact An NBA Franchise”

Dreams will be realized for a pair of Buckeyes in just two days’ time. The NBA draft approaches on Thursday night, and something would have to go awry for either Malaki Branham or E.J. Liddell to not hear their name called – if not in the first round. Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann said Monday on 97.1 The Fan that Branham’s first-round status is a virtual lock, while Liddell’s own landing spot may see a bit more unpredictable.
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Ohio State Players Fire Back at Marcus Freeman, Chris Holtmann Shows Malaki Branham’s Humility and OSU Launches NIL Account

This Week in Twitter is a look at some of the week's best and most entertaining tweets from Buckeyeland and beyond. The biggest Ohio State headline of this week came when former Buckeye linebacker and current Notre Dame head coach Marcus Freeman insinuated that Ohio State football players don’t have to go to class. While he attempted to walk that quote back during a radio interview on Wednesday, his initial comment garnered no shortage of responses from current and former Ohio State football players on Twitter.
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Ohio State's Chris Holtmann remains 'hungry' for more success, 'excited' for Buckeyes' future

Ohio State men’s basketball fans are frustrated. It’s been a long time since the Buckeyes won a championship, something that at one point was more the norm than not. In the 13 years that Thad Matta was the head coach, the Scarlet and Gray won five Big Ten regular season titles and four conference tournament crowns. Ohio State also made eight NCAA Tournaments, including two Final Fours and regular Sweet Sixteen appearances.
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Why Ryan Day and Chris Holtmann Received Contract Extensions Now and The Fun of Nick Saban vs. Jimbo Fisher

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Making sense of Ohio State giving Ryan Day, Chris Holtmann contract extensions

The big news of the week when it comes to Ohio State athletics was the Buckeyes awarding five head coaches with contract extensions. Along with women's basketball coach Kevin McGuff, men's lacrosse coach Nick Myers and men's hockey coach Steve Rohlik, head football coach Ryan Day and men's basketball coach Chris Holtmann also had their deals extended and each received raises.
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What raises for Ryan Day and Chris Holtmann tell us about Ohio State football and basketball: Buckeye Talk

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- On this Thursday Buckeye Talk, Doug Lesmerises looks at the raises and extensions for Ohio State football coach Ryan Day and Ohio State basketball coach Chris Holtmann announced this week, compares them to salaries for Urban Meyer, Jim Tressel and Thad Matta in the past, and tries to use the money to analyze the current state of the football and basketball programs.
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Ohio State Announces Contract Extensions For Ryan Day, Chris Holtmann

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