Ohio State Basketball Tickets
The Buckeyes have their sights set on the Final Four this season, and you can be there every step of the way with Ohio State basketball tickets. Order your Buckeyes tickets from GoTickets for any game this season at the Schottenstein Center.
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Ohio State had a basketball team since before Henry Ford introduced the Model T, and the Buckeyes were one of the original founding schools of the “Big Nine” Conference that led to today’s Big 10 Conference. The Buckeyes won their first Big Ten Championship in ‘22-‘23, and won their only NCAA title in ‘60 with All-American Jerry Lucas leading the way. The home games on the Ohio State Buckeyes schedule are played at Schottenstein Center in Columbus, and keep in mind that Ohio State basketball tickets are a hot commodity as the Buckeyes consistently draw over 15,000 spectators per game, the highest average attendance among Big Ten schools.
Thad Matta has led The Ohio State University Buckeyes since ‘04, when he took over from a disgraced Jim O’Brien, who left in a cloud after a recruiting scandal that eventually resulted in the Buckeyes hoops squad having almost all their wins from ‘98 to ‘02 rescinded. Motta has led Ohio State back into the ranks of the elite teams of college basketball, with three consecutive Big Ten championships (‘10-‘12) and two straight NCAA Final Four appearances under his leadership.
The Buckeyes’ schedule was grueling as usual, but with an Ohio State Buckeyes roster including Jared Sullinger and William Buford they managed an impressive regular season record of 31-8 in last season and were a solid 13-5 in Big Ten play. That record was good enough for a three-way tie with Michigan and Michigan State for the conference championship, and also impressed the March Madness selection committee sufficiently to give the team a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament. It was a great year to have Ohio State basketball tickets.
Ohio State made it all the way to the Final Four in the NCAAs for a second straight year in ‘12 (including knocking off No. 1 seed Syracuse in the quarterfinals), and Motta’s boys played their hearts out but couldn’t quite get it done in a 64-62 loss in the semis to a very physical Kansas team. Now they are ready to challenge for the title again, and GoTickets is ready with Ohio State Buckeyes tickets for every game.