Ohio State basketball offers head coaching job to Creighton’s Greg McDermott: Report

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The task of replacing Thad Matta as Ohio State’s basketball coach has been offered to Creighton’s Greg McDermott, according to a report from ESPN’s Jeff Goodman.

Ohio State and McDermott reportedly met on Wednesday evening to discuss the job, with the Buckeyes extending a job offer.

McDermott, 52, has been the head coach at Creighton since 2010, putting together a record 165-81 with two regular season Missouri Valley Championships and four trips to the NCAA Tournament. He’s been a head coach since 1994, with a career record of 445-276 at Creighton, Iowa State, Northern Iowa, North Dakota State and Wayne State.


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