Ohio State Men's Basketball
Hangout in the Holy Land Podcast: Ohio State men’s basketball makes a necessary change, “Little Animal” becomes official
The Hangout Boys say goodbye to Chris Holtmann and hello to full-time football staffer James Laurinaitis.
Since we are in the middle of the All-Star break, it feels like a good time to check in on the former Buckeyes in the NBA.
If he doesn’t get the job himself, Diebler would be a huge asset to the next head coach at Ohio State.
Diebler is now 3-0 as a head coach all-time after Sunday’s win over the second-ranked Boilermakers.
This is the first game for the Buckeyes since the firing of head coach Chris Holtmann.
There’s plenty of lists of good candidates on the internet already. Here’s who we think wouldn’t be good hires for this program.
Bucketheads Podcast: Ohio State has officially moved on from head coach Chris Holtmann, so what’s next?
The first question is obvious. Who will be the Buckeye's target next?
Lamont Paris at South Carolina will likely be the first phone call, but who else will get the chance?
The Buckeyes are in the middle of another disappointing season and currently have lost 16 road games in a row, tying a program record.
The Buckeyes got it close late in the second half, but could never completely close the gap.
With a loss, the Buckeyes would tie the longest road losing streak in program history.
Hot on the heels of a win over Maryland, the Buckeyes will look to upset a top-15 team, this time on the road in Madison.
Ohio State’s guards were all smiles after snapping a five-game losing streak.
Rejoice! For the Ohio State men’s basketball team won a game, beating Maryland 79-75 in double overtime.
Bruce Thornton hit a triple with one minute remaining to tie it in regulation, and once again in overtime. But mulitple overtimes were needed to decide the winner.
The Buckeyes will try and bounce back from Tuesday’s second half collapse against Indiana.
Buckeyes currently on pace to finish last in the Big Ten for the first time since 1998.
Kevin Sweeney of Sports Illustrated joined us to discuss the Buckeye's current options after losing nine of its last ten
The Buckeyes continue to be an absolutely miserable second-half team.
The Buckeyes have once again stumbled to the bottom of the Big Ten, in part because of their failure to adjust in the second half of games.
Ohio State will look to get back on track after losing seven of its last eight as they head back home for two games this week.
Four Buckeyes finished the game in double-figures.
You’re Nuts: Is there any reason to think the Ohio State men’s basketball team could still make the tournament?
There have been teams in this same position make the tournament before. But is this particular team capable of such a run?
Following Tuesday’s loss to Illinois, the Buckeyes hit the road to take on Iowa tonight.
And if they don’t, where do they go from here?
The sophomore guard dropped 20 points in Ohio State’s 12-point loss to Illinois Tuesday.
The Hangout Boys discuss Jim Harbaugh leaving Ann Arbor, as well as the ongoing struggles of Chris Holtmann and the Ohio State men’s basketball team.
The pit of misery! Dilly dilly!
The new format and how it impacts Ohio State
The Buckeyes look to forget their loss to Northwestern with a repeat of last season’s upset against Illinois tonight.
The Buckeyes have to win a Big Ten road game eventually... right?
The Buckeyes' last road win came at Northwestern, but this contest told a much different story.
The Buckeyes will look to put Tuesday’s loss to Nebraska behind them when take on Northwestern tonight.