First up, thank you for being a Buckeye and congratulations on your transfer.
What are your post basketball plans, assuming you don’t play professionally?
Off court, what is your favorite memory of your time in Columbus?
Chief, that was an April Fools joke, I believe.
Feed the trolls
Well. I feel pretty stupid right now. I was really happy for him.
I donate my question to chief.
"just a guy, nothing more, nothing less" ~ Some troll then *poof* he was gone
What is the difference in coaching style from Coach Matta and Coach Holtmann?
What Big Ten teams had the best and worst visiting team locker rooms.
How bad would Mark Titus beat you in a game of 1 on 1?
Favorite memory from your time with the team?
During your time at Ohio State did you ever consider transferring to a team for increased playing time?
Was there a player across your time at OSU that was a tremendous practice player but maybe it didn’t translate to games?
Who was the hardest guy to guard on any of the OSU teams your were apart of?
Do you remember the day you were informed you made the team? What was that like?
Who was a player who you knew could always deliver in the clutch and take over a game on any of the teams you were on? Who has the smoother stroke, you or Duane Washington?
"Ice! It's in my veins!" - D'Angelo Russell
Which pizza place on campus is best?
Just posting and hoping my comment isn’t deleted.
What do you think about the future of the program under Holtmann?
Also in with my thanks for being the consistent heart and soul of the team through some tough times, and best of luck.
Who is the funniest player on the current team? The most serious one (if one exists)?
I play, coach stays. He goes, I go.
What's the future hold for Joey Lane? Whats the next step? Where will you be in 5-10 years?
The offseason is the longest season.
Anecdotes. About everyone. All of them.
Also, What the hell was up with Marc Loving?
I know there's a game Saturday, and my ass will be there.
I Believe In Ohio State.
I would imagine that with 300+ teams in college basketball, there are teams all over the spectrum in terms of analytics usage. I don't want you to give away any (Ohio) state secrets, but could you tell us a little bit about where OSU stands in this age of data?
I'll throw another out here:
I know you've played a role in recruiting, which has become its own little cottage industry that I think is tough to truly understand from the outside, and especially through social media. What (if any) differences have you noticed with how recruits approach the process over the course of your career?
Sadly it's just too late for that one. I talked to him this afternoon, so the interview will drop either tomorrow or Sunday.