Ohio State Buckeyes Football Tickets

Ohio State Buckeyes Football Tickets

Ohio State Buckeyes Football Details


Ohio State University in Columbus, OH is widely recognized as having one of the most prestigious football programs in the country. The Ohio State Buckeyes have had historically great coaches and players which had led to success over the program's history. Ohio State won its last National Championship in 2014 when college football had its first College Football Playoff. Every season, Buckeye fans flock to Ohio Stadium or known as the Horseshoe or “The Shoe” to cheer on the Buckeyes to glory. Ohio State remains one of the top dogs in the college football world and looks to bring a National Championship to the school each season.

The story for the Ohio State Buckeyes begins in 1890 and they quickly established themselves as a very good up and coming program that racked up a lot of wins. Ohio State began to get national attention and make it into the big time and hired coach Francis Schmidt in 1934 to lead the Buckeyes into a new age of college football for the school. Schmidt would have initial success which eventually faded and he resigned in 1940. Legendary head coach Paul Brown was the next hire for Ohio State but Brown only coached from 1941-1943. The team lost many veteran players to serve in the military in 1942, but still went on to win its first National Championship under Brown. Paul Brown’s coaching days ended when he accepted a commission with the United States Navy. Assistant Carroll Widdoes would replace Brown and find success but only remained head coach until 1946 when he asked to return to be an assistant coach. Ohio State had short stints with two different coaches, Paul Bixler and Wes Fesler, from 1946-1950 where they both didn’t have a lot of success. This leads to 1951 and the hiring of Wayne Woodrow “Woody” Hayes who would coach until 1978. Hayes had a lot of success over his career with Ohio State winning 5 National Championships (1954, 1957, 1961, 1968, and 1970) 4 undefeated seasons (1954, 1961, 1968, and 1973), and 13 Big 10 Conference Championships. Despite having a great head coaching career with Ohio State, Hayes struggled his last 3 seasons and was fired in 1979 and Earle Bruce took over as head coach for the Buckeyes. Bruce coached the Buckeyes from 1979-1987 where he had some success winning the Big 10 Conference 4 times in his 8 year coaching tenure with the team. Controversy stirred surrounding Bruce and he was fired in 1987, the week Ohio State was set to play Michigan. John Cooper was the next hire for the Buckeyes in 1988 as Cooper came from Arizona State. Cooper had his ups and downs while at Ohio State and that included a good 6 seasons but that wasn’t enough to keep him in as head coach as Cooper was fired in 2001.

The search for Ohio State’s next head coach ended when the Buckeyes hired Youngstown State’s head coach, Jim Tressel. Coach Tressel brought new life to the Buckeye program and had much success over his tenure. Tressel led the Buckeyes to a National Championship in 2002 which was also an undefeated season for the Buckeyes and Tressel won the Big 10 Championship 6 times. But in 2011, controversy around Tressel and the Ohio State program and Tressel resigned from his position on May 30th. Ohio State hired Luke Fickell as interim head coach for the 2011 season as they searched for the next head coach, Fickell went a 6-7 record. Ohio State hired current head coach Urban Meyer in 2012. Meyer was previously the coach of the University of Florida and had much success with that program. Meyer led the Buckeyes to success in his first season going undefeated in 2012, but the university was prohibited from competing in the Big 10 Championship or in any bowl game. Meyer has had winning seasons each year he’s been head coach of the Buckeyes and won the National Championship in 2014 as part of the first College Football Playoff system. Meyer has had a historic career so far with the Buckeyes having a 50-4 record over his four years and looks to continue the winning trend.

Part of Ohio State’s great history is the amazing players that come through the university and eventually go on to be stars in the NFL or to be considered some of the best players in the school and college football’s history. Ohio State has had 7 Heisman Trophy winners which is tied with Notre Dame with the most by any school and RB Archie Griffin is the only player to win the Heisman twice (1974 and 1975). The other Heisman Trophy winners from Ohio State are: Les Horvath, Vic Janowicz, Howard “Hopalong” Cassady, Eddie George, and Troy Smith. Other Ohio State greats include: Cris Carter, Mike Vrabel, Braxton Miller, Terrelle Pryor, Ezekiel Elliott, Orlando Pace, Jack Tatum, AJ Hawk, Pepper Johnson, Dick LeBeau, Nick Mangold, Ryan Shazier, Joey Bosa and numerous others. The rich tradition of great players will continue as the program remains one of the best in the country.

The Ohio State Buckeyes are one of the hottest teams ever in college football history. From the national championships, to the winning seasons, to the Heisman winners, Ohio State lives for football. Urban Meyer has had one of the best starts of head coaching in the history of college football and as he continues to draw in some of the best talent in the country, domination of the college football world will continue and National Championships are likely to come along with that as well.


An Ohio State Football game at the Horseshoe is a very unique experience that features an electric college football atmosphere. Ohio State fans go wild on game day and will be pumped up until the final whistle. Make sure to find the cheapest tickets to Ohio State Buckeyes football games on Rukkus and make your way down to “The Shoe” for a game!

Ohio State Buckeyes Football Lineup

  • Johnnie Dixon
  • Erick Smith
  • Marshon Lattimore
  • Dontre Wilson
  • Khaleed Franklin
  • Michael Thomas
  • Curtis Samuel
  • Jeff Heuerman
  • Raekwon McMillan
  • Braxton Miller
  • Evan Spencer
  • Rod Smith
  • Damon Webb
  • J.T. Moore
  • Kevin Niehoff
  • Noah Spence
  • Tim Scott
  • Devin Smith
  • Jalyn Holmes
  • Vonn Bell
  • Doran Grant
  • Cardale Jones
  • Eli Apple
  • Stephen Collier
  • Curtis Grant
  • Jake Russell
  • Ezekiel Elliott
  • Luke Morgan
  • J.T. Barrett
  • Cam Burrows
  • Rashad Frazier
  • Jalin Marshall
  • Kato Mitchell
  • Nik Sarac
  • Gareon Conley
  • Joe Ramstetter
  • Devlin McDaniel
  • Ron Tanner
  • Parris Campbell
  • Trevon Forte
  • Tyvis Powell
  • Isaiah Williams
  • Guy Ferrelli
  • Malik Hooker
  • Bri'onte Dunn
  • Armani Reeves
  • Warren Ball
  • Michael Cibene
  • Caleb Laps
  • Mike Maduko
  • Devan Bogard
  • Russell Doup
  • Dante Booker
  • Jeffie Johnson
  • Chris Worley
  • Trey Johnson
  • Joshua Perry
  • Craig Fada
  • Kyle Clinton
  • Bryce Haynes
  • Aaron Mawhirter
  • Darius Slade
  • Darron Lee
  • Kyle Berger
  • Chris Rock
  • Devin Hill
  • Nick Snyder
  • Joe Burger
  • Sam Hubbard
  • Jacoby Boren
  • Joel Hale
  • Donovan Munger
  • Kosta Karageorge
  • Billy Price
  • Camren Williams
  • Chase Farris
  • Tyquan Lewis
  • Logan Gaskey
  • R.J. Morris
  • Michael Bennett
  • Marcelys Jones
  • Pat Elflein
  • Kyle Dodson
  • Taylor Decker
  • Micheil Pruni
  • Kyle Trout
  • Chris Carter
  • Antonio Underwood
  • Jamarco Jones
  • Evan Lisle
  • Darryl Baldwin
  • Michael Hill
  • Demetrius Knox
  • Brady Taylor
  • Noah Brown
  • Nick Vannett
  • James Clark
  • Terry McLaurin
  • Corey Smith
  • Marcus Baugh
  • Peter Gwilym
  • Steve Miller
  • Jeff Greene
  • Tommy Schutt
  • Aaron Parry
  • Adolphus Washington
  • Tracy Sprinkle
  • Dylan Thompson
  • Cameron Johnston
  • Sean Nuernberger
  • Joey Bosa

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Cheap Ohio State Buckeyes Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Arkansas State Red Wolves at Ohio State Buckeyes Womens Basketball — 12/11/2014
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$2.00 Air Force Falcons at Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball — 12/08/2015
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$2.00 Winthrop Eagles at Ohio State Buckeyes Womens Basketball — 12/07/2014
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$3.00 Texas Arlington Mavericks at Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball — 11/20/2015
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$3.00 Campbell Fighting Camels at Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball — 11/26/2014
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$3.00 Colgate Raiders at Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball — 12/06/2014
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$3.00 Pittsburgh Panthers at Ohio State Buckeyes Womens Basketball — 12/03/2014
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$3.00 Sacred Heart Pioneers at Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball — 11/23/2014
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$3.00 Exhibition: Walsh Cavaliers at Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball — 11/08/2015
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$4.00 High Point Panthers at Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball — 12/10/2014
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH

Best and Most Expensive Ohio State Buckeyes Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$312.00CBS Sports Classic — 12/17/2016
T-Mobile Arena; Las Vegas, NV
$281.00Ohio State Buckeyes at Virginia Tech Hokies Football — 09/07/2015
Lane Stadium; Blacksburg, VA
$240.00Michigan Wolverines at Ohio State Buckeyes Football — 11/26/2016
Ohio Stadium; Columbus, OH
$216.00Ohio State Buckeyes at Oklahoma Sooners Football — 09/17/2016
Memorial Stadium (Oklahoma); Norman, OK
$189.00Ohio State Buckeyes at Michigan State Spartans Basketball — 03/05/2016
Jack Breslin Student Events Center; East Lansing, MI
$148.00Ohio State Buckeyes at TCU Horned Frogs Football — 09/15/2018
AT&T Stadium; Arlington, TX
$146.00Ohio State Buckeyes at Wisconsin Badgers Football — 10/15/2016
Camp Randall Stadium; Madison, WI
$146.00Ohio State Buckeyes at Michigan Wolverines Football — 11/25/2017
Michigan Stadium; Ann Arbor, MI
$127.00Oklahoma Sooners at Ohio State Buckeyes Football — 09/09/2017
Ohio Stadium; Columbus, OH
$126.00Fiesta Bowl - Semifinal — 12/31/2016
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ