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Ohio State Buckeyes Football Details
Columbus isn’t a small college town, but there’s certainly a bigger buzz on fall Saturdays when the Buckeyes play at home.
Ohio State traces its football roots to 1890, and joined the Big Ten Conference in 1912. Its history includes seven Heisman Trophy winners, numerous national championships and more than 80 consensus All-America selections. Running back Archie Griffin remains the only player ever to win multiple Heisman Trophies, repeating in 1974 and 1975.
Home games are played at Ohio Stadium – also known as “The Horseshoe” – which holds close to 105,000 fans. It seems every bit that size when the fans chant “O-H-I-O!”
Sure, you love football. But the Ohio State Marching Band is legendary in its own right. You can get your first glimpse of it at the pregame Skull Session, which features the band playing to upwards of 14,000 fans at St. John Arena, and an appearance by the Buckeye football team.
The band’s signature act is the formation of the Script Ohio prior to each game. The “i” is typically dotted by a fourth- or fifth-year sousaphone player, but on rare occasions an honorary guest is selected for the role. This is one of college football’s great traditions, and you’ll want to be in your seat to see it.
As a longtime Big Ten member, Ohio State has its share of rivalries. But as any college football fan knows, “Beat Michigan Week” trumps them all in Columbus. The Buckeyes and Wolverines first battled in 1897, with the rivalry reaching its zenith during “The Ten Year War” between legendary coaches Woody Hayes and Bo Schembechler. “The Game” has been played annually since 1918, with Ohio State hosting in even-numbered years.
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Ohio State Buckeyes schedule
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How much do Ohio State football tickets cost?
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When do Ohio State Buckeyes postseason tickets go on sale?
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Ohio State Buckeyes Football Top Matchups
Ohio State Buckeyes Football Ticket Prices
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November 23, 2016
Michigan-Ohio State Hottest Ticket of the Season
With the final weekend of the college football season approaching, Saturday's matchup with #3 Michigan at #2 Ohio state is on track to be the hottest college football ticket of the season. The average resale price for a ticket to see these rivals compete in Columbus is $508, more than 20% pricier than the next…
November 17, 2015
OSU-MSU 2nd Priciest Buckeyes Home Game Since 2010
With an average resale price of $377, this weekend marks the second most expensive Buckeyes home game since 2010, when SeatGeek started tracking the secondary market. The only hotter ticket was a matchup with Michigan in 2010 that had an average resale price of $388. In fact, this weekend's matchup between the two Big Ten…
December 8, 2014
Missing Ohio State Football Player Complained of Concussions Before Death
After a four day search, missing Ohio State football player Kosta Karageorge was found dead in a dumpster a block from his home just south of Ohio State's campus. Police are saying he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, though a final analysis is pending. The 22-year-old Karageorge was a hard worker and the toughest…