- Advertisement -

- Advertisement -


Will Ohio State basketball be better or worse after losing 86 percent of its points?

COLUMBUS, Ohio — On this Monday Buckeye Talk, Doug Lesmerises and Stephen Means look at the 2022-23 Ohio State basketball team, a 13-player roster that will include:

  • Two players from last season’s rotation
  • Two injured players returning to health
  • Three transfers
  • One redshirt freshman
  • Five true freshmen

That’s the team for Year 6 of the Chris Holtmann Era, and will it be good enough? That group includes the No. 5 recruiting class in the country, but only Zed Key and Eugene Brown from last year’s contributors.

Doug was so confused and frustrated by the roster, he did a terrible podcast. But Stephen tried to hold it together.

Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk.

Subscribe to Buckeye Talk on podcast platforms like:

* Apple Podcasts

* Spotify

* Stitcher

* Google Podcasts

If you or a loved one has questions or needs to talk to a professional about gambling, call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit 1800gambler.net for more information.

More Ohio State coverage

An OSU NFL QB debate — Stroud or Justin Fields? Podcast

OSU NFL QB debate — The case for Justin Fields

24 players on our CFP Mount Rushmores — Which teams have the most? Pod

The recruiting battle for 4-star RB Justice Haynes

36 teams for a new set of rules? College Football Survivor Show

The recruiting battle for 4-star LB Troy Bowles

Marotti: Michigan loss forced team to ‘look in the mirror’

Why Notre Dame could be season’s toughest game

Should OSU-ND happen more often? Podcast

The recruiting battle for 4-star WR Jalen Hale

Raiola next up in OSU’s soaring QB recruiting: Lesmerises

What Dylan Raiola’s commitment means

Dylan Raiola, 5-star QB, commits to OSU

Get the latest Ohio State Buckeyes merchandise: Here’s where you can order Ohio State football gear online, including jerseys, T-shirts, hoodies, hats and much more.

Chris Olave jersey

See the link below to order a Chris Olave New Orleans Saints jersey after the Ohio State wide receiver went No. 11 in the NFL Draft on Thursday night.

Read More: Will Ohio State basketball be better or worse after losing 86 percent of its points?

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy

Get more stuff like this
in your inbox

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.