Top Ohio State assistant coach Jake Diebler met with media members on a Zoom call Friday to discuss the latest in Buckeye hoops.
Diebler addressed Ohio State's two-point loss to top-ranked Purdue on Thursday, which saw starting center Zed Key leave the game with a shoulder sprain just four minutes into the action. Diebler said there's still "no update" on Key's health status as of the following morning.
Diebler also talked about Brice Sensabaugh's impressive early progression in scarlet and gray, Ohio State's nationally elite offensive efficiency numbers through the first 14 games and the challenge Maryland poses ahead of Sunday's 1 p.m. tip-off in College Park.
Check out everything Diebler said in his interview session in the video above.