OHIO STATE MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON CONCLUDES AND A BUSY OFFSEASON LOOMS

How is the 2021-2022 Ohio Basketball state season?

The 2021–2022 Ohio State season ended Sunday with the Buckeyes losing to Villanova in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

Ohio State finished the season 24–12, with a 10–8 Big Ten record and a 25-9 overall record. They were invited to the NCAA Tournament as one of 16 at-large teams.

The 2021–2022 Ohio State football team will play their home games at the Horseshoe. They are a member of the Big Ten Conference in Division I FBS and compete as the East Division.

The Ohio State men’s basketball season concluded with a loss to Michigan on March 18. The Buckeyes were defeated by the Wolverines 74-66 in the Big Ten Tournament Championship game.

The Buckeyes have a busy offseason with the NBA Draft coming up on Thursday, June 20 and free agency beginning July 1.

The 2021–2022 Ohio State men’s ice hockey team will play their home games at Value City Arena on The Esplanade in Columbus, OH.

While the loss to Villanova wasn’t shocking, it did mark an unsatisfactory end to the season, as Ohio State has been out of the Sweet 16 for nine years. The Buckeyes men’s basketball teams get the most attention in the game. Real Pod Wednesdays, though, let’s start with some good news from the Ohio sports weekend. 

Ohio State women’s hockey won its first national championship, and women’s basketball did what the men couldn’t by upsetting LSU and moving to the Sweet 16. Our discussion of the men’s basketball season, which started about six minutes later, began with a talk about the importance of beating Loyola in the first round. Still, we watched the Buckeyes miss their goals for the season with another elimination from the NCAA Tournament. Clean or weekend. 

We agree that the lack of a consistent third scorer has doomed the Buckeyes this season, and we’re wondering if that should be attributed more to injuries or just not having a strong enough squad. With the start of the off-season for Chris Holtmann’s team, we’re also looking forward to next season (which starts around the 28th minute) and why we’re not optimistic that the Buckeyes are better next year than this year. Liddell, a group of elders and possibly Malachi Branham who are leaving, we think Ohio State will have to look for additional veterans on the transfer portal and will need a few returning players – especially three – to come out ahead. A significant way if the Buckeyes have a chance of ending the 2022-23 Sweet 16 drought. If you want to hear us talk about Ohio State football, skip to 46:30, where we talk about the latest developments in spring training, including the possibility that Leo’s position may not be used as heavily as initially planned. Lingering concerns. The closing position and how Sonny Styles can help the Ohio State basketball team (even if he only plays football at OSU). 

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