The Basketball Buckeyes, under first year head coach Chris Holtmann, were the surprise of the Big Ten last season, finishing with 25 wins and coming up just short of a Big Ten title. Now in his second year, Holtmann and the Buckeyes will be challenged to replace Big Ten player of the year Keita Bates-Diop, four year starter Jae'Sean Tate, shooting guard Kam Williams as well as back-up point guard Andrew Dakich. The Bucks are set to begin practice and during their media day on Wednesday, Holtmann took a few minutes to join us on "The Drive" on 105.7, The Zone to talk about the upcoming season and more. It was a fun and informative visit. You can check it out here.
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