Chris Holtmann, Justice Sueing break down turnover in final seconds vs. Purdue
Chris Holtmann and Justice Sueing both talked about the late game turnover in the Purdue game. What they said was reported on by Eleven Warriors’ Griffin Strom.
Sueing turned the ball over with 26 seconds to go while Ohio State was up 69-68. Purdue took a timeout and then hit a three-point jumper to make it 71-69. The Buckeyes could not answer and lost the game.
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Sueing took the blame and emphasized how he could have had a better pass.
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“The last play, just not a good pass from me,” Sueing said after the game. “Should’ve took my time maybe a little bit longer, but that was the first thing I saw open was Bruce. He happened to get a hand on it and ended up getting the possession. That’s really all there is to it.”
Holtmann on other hand, thought that it was his fault. Holtmann believes that it all comes down to coaching his players to be more comfortable in those situations.
“We got to get better at it,” said Holtmann. “I got to get him more comfortable with that. That’s not on Justice, that’s on me. I gotta get him more comfortable in those situations. So that one’s on me.”