Chris Holtmann selected as new Ohio State men’s basketball coach

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WBNS) – The Ohio State University has chosen Chris Holtmann as its new men’s basketball coach, 10TV has confirmed through an OSU Athletic Department source.

WTHR’s Bob Kravitz tweeted this morning that Holtmann has not accepted OSU’s offer.

According to ESPN, Holtmann has been at Butler for four seasons, the latter three as the head coach. The Bulldogs have reached the NCAA tournament in each of Holtmann’s three seasons in charge, winning 25 games and advancing to the Sweet 16 last season.

Holtmann also spent three seasons as the head coach at Gardner-Webb, before leaving to become an assistant under Brandon Miller at Butler.

Holtmann replaces Thad Matta who was with the Buckeyes for 13 seasons.

Stay with 10TV and 10TV.com as we learn more about this developing story.

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