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Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball Details

Do you think of Ohio State as just a football school? Not anymore. The Buckeyes are very formidable on the court as well.

Under head coach Thad Matta (2004-17), the Buckeyes earned 10 NCAA Tournament berths, five Sweet Sixteen appearances and a pair of Final Four showings. They lost to Florida in the 2007 final.

Going back awhile, Ohio State has had a basketball program since 1898, and joined the Big Ten Conference in 1912. Their lone national championship came in 1960 under head coach Fred Taylor. All-American Jerry Lucas and future NBA star John Havlichek led the Buckeyes to a 75-55 victory over Cal in the final, and the team continued its strong run with national runner-up finishes in 1961 and 1962.

Lucas, Gary Bradds and Evan Turner are Buckeyes that have earned national player of the year honors, while seven have been named as Big Ten Player of the Year.

Ohio State plays home games on campus at the Jerome Schottenstein Center, which opened in 1998 and holds nearly 19,000 fans for basketball games. There’s plenty of permit parking near the arena, as well as shuttle service from locations around campus.

The Ohio State student section – known as the Buckeye Nuthouse – is located behind team benches and beyond the basket that the visiting team shoots at during the second half.

The Buckeyes’ biggest rival? Michigan, of course. That extends beyond the football field as well.

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