Tag Archives: Ohio State athletics
There are more lies than truths told at family functions. From dinner to shooting the bull afterward, most of the stories shared never happened, but they’re harmless lies. In my family, that “shooting the bull” devolves into the men sitting around trying to prove who ...Read More »
Though Ohio State’s students went home for break, many athletes continued their seasons. This is a roundup of news that happened involving Ohio State teams and athletes. Women’s basketball continues win streak with Michigan victory The No. 10 Ohio State women’s basketball team responded from ...Read More »
Ohio State is one of the most polarizing athletics programs in the country, which makes for some great coverage throughout a year. With 2017 closing, The Lantern compiled nine of the most significant stories or some of the best writing during the year. 1) Self-reported NCAA ...Read More »
Men’s basketball: Chris Holtmann beat North Carolina as a first-year head coach in 2014. It could happen again.
Chris Holtmann wasn’t officially the guy until after he secured the biggest win of his early coaching career. He was Butler’s interim head coach at the start of the 2014-15 season and took his team to the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in the Bahamas during ...Read More »
Ohio State redshirt junior forward Keita Bates-Diop allowed a transition dunk from William & Mary leading scorer Nathan Knight less than two minutes into the game. Head coach Chris Holtmann had enough. At the first media timeout, Holtmann sat Bates-Diop for a lack of effort ...Read More »
The Best Damn Band In The Land will take its sound to the Mershon Auditorium stage during its annual hometown concert at 3 p.m. Sunday. The concert is a longstanding tradition at Ohio State and is a chance for the band to show off its ...Read More »