Known simply as “The Game,” the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry is as big as it gets in college football and Michigan Wolverines vs. Ohio State Buckeyes tickets are among the highest demand tickets in all of football. Few football rivalries sport two teams as successful as Ohio State-Michigan, with the Buckeyes and Wolverines combining for 19 claimed national championships. The first Michigan vs. Ohio State game took place in 1897, and the two powers have played almost every year since.
For decades, the winner of the MU-OSU game has controlled the Big Ten, with the winner often taking the conference championship, and historically a trip to the Rose Bowl. The rivalry is known for iconic coaches like Michigan’s Bo Schemechler, and Ohio State’s Woody Hayes, as well as iconic players like Charles Woodson, Archie Griffen, Troy Smith, and John Harbaugh.
While Michigan Stadium and Ohio Stadium often sell out, the Big House and Horseshoe are never louder than during The Game. No matter where the Buckeyes and Wolverines are in the standings, the Michgian-Ohio State game is always among the top games in the country and is almost always played in front of a sold out crowd. TicketCity has a large inventory of Michigan vs. Ohio State tickets, including some of the best seats at both Michigan Stadium and Ohio Stadium. It doesn’t matter if Michigan-Ohio State is set to take place in Ann Arbor, or Columbus, demand for tickets is always high, and the atmosphere is unforgettable.
Saturday, November 28, 2015 at Michigan Stadium (Ann Arbor, MI) Buckeyes 42, Wolverines 13Jim Harbaugh's first meeting with Ohio State as the head coach of Michigan was supposed to be a battle of titans, but instead the Buckeyes rolled over the Wolverines, dominating every aspect of the game. Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliot rushed for 214 yards, averaging over 7 yards a carry, while quarterback J.T. Barrett gained another 139 yards on the ground. The 369 rushing yards given up my Michigan was one of the highest totals in the history of "The Game." The Ohio State defense also smothered Michigan upfront, holding the Wolverines to only 57 total yards rushing. The win gave the Buckeyes their 11th win in 12 Ohio State-Michigan games.
Saturday, November 29, 2014 at Ohio Stadium (Columbus, OH) Buckeyes 42, Wolverines 28Ohio State entered The Game looking to finish Big Ten play undefeated, and advance to the Big Ten Championship game. Michigan struggled through most of the season, and Wolverines head coach Brady Hoke hoped an upset over Ohio State would save his job. The first half of the matchup was defined surprisingly by defense, with Michigan holding the high powered Buckeyes offense to 14 points. But Ohio State broke the 14-14 halftime tie and never looked back. Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliot rushed for more than 120 yards, and 2 touchdowns to seal the victory for the Buckeyes.
Saturday, November 30, 2013 at Michigan Stadium (Ann Arbor, MI) Buckeyes 42, Wolverines 41Coming into the 2013 Ohio State-Michigan matchup The Game looked to be one sided. Ohio Sate was on an undefeated season, while Michigan had struggled through most of the year. But Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner possibly the best game of his career, throwing for 451 yards and 4 touchdowns. 3 of Gardner's 4 TD passes came in the 4th quarter, as the Wolverines rallied to tie the game at 35. With 32 seconds left in the contest, Gardner found a hole in the Ohio State defense to throw yet another touchdown pass and cut the Ohio State lead to 1. Michigan head coach Brady Hoke elected to go for 2, but the Ohio State defense held, giving the Bukeyes an unforgettable 42-41 victory.