COLUMBUS, Ohio – The 2020-21 Ohio State men’s basketball season will tip Nov. 11 at Value City Arena against Oakland University. The Buckeyes are 2-0 in the series, last facing the Golden Grizzlies Dec. 23, 2010, a 92-63 win for the Buckeyes. Greg Paulus, an assistant coach with the Buckeyes from 2014-17 after a two-year stint as the Ohio State video coordinator…
Ohio State announced Carton’s intention to transfer out of Ohio State four weeks ago. “We 100% support DJ in this decision and we genuinely wish him all the best moving forward,” OSU head coach Chris Holtmann said at the time. “We appreciate all he contributed to our program. We will assist him in any way we can.”
Ohio State fourth-year junior point guard CJ Walker is entering his name into the NBA draft process according to Buckeye head coach Chris Holtmann. Per Holtmann, Walker is seeking feedback from the NBA, much like Kaleb Wesson received a year ago. Despite adding his name into the draft mix, Walker is still planning to return next season to lead the Buckeyes once again.
Ohio State men’s basketball coach Chris Holtmann took part in a conference call with reporters on Tuesday. He answered questions regarding the number of transfers of late, the addition of Harvard graduate transfer Seth Towns, and his overall feel for where the team is at right now. All of the highlights from the extended session are below.
The Ohio State men’s basketball program has officially announced the addition of Harvard graduate transfer Seth Towns to the team’s roster. Towns announced his commitment to OSU a little over three weeks ago. Towns missed the last two seasons of play due to a knee injury, but expects to be full-go for the 2020-2021 season. He will be eligible immediately.
The addition of Utah State grad transfer point guard Abel Porter on Saturday brings the Ohio State men’s basketball roster back to the NCAA-mandated scholarship limit of 13.