Chris Holtmann wants to see more from fans at Ohio State home games
Ohio State is off to a pretty good start to the season through 10 games. The Buckeyes are 8-2 and are ranked No. 15 in the most recent AP Top 25 poll.
However, head coach Chris Holtmann is looking to see some more fan involvement at home games. The Buckeyes have only lost one game at the Schottenstein Center, and it was to No. 23 Florida on a buzzer-beater. He talked about it on 97.1 The Fan in Columbus on Monday.
Chris Holtmann on wanting big crowds at Ohio State home games: “You don’t send recruiting graphics of an empty arena.”
— Griffin Strom (@GriffinStrom3) December 13, 2021
Holtmann on having fans back at the Schottenstein Center: “We have a really big arena. In order to it to feel energized… the fans have to be engaged and there has to be a lot of them.”
— Colin Gay (@ColinGay17) December 13, 2021
Ohio State’s next game will be against No. 21 Kentucky at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Dec. 18 before returning home to take on UT Martin on Dec. 21.
We’ll see how the fan attendance will be as the season goes on.
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