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The Ohio State Buckeyes football games’ average ticket prices for the season has seen a significant rise for the upcoming 2017 season compared to the previous three seasons. The price average for the 2014 – 2016 college football seasons has maintained a price under $140 for Buckeyes games. The lowest ticket price average was in 2014 with a $118 Ohio State football average for games. The average ticket price for the 2017 Ohio State Buckeyes football season is currently at $274, this is the highest average over the last four years and a 104% increase from the 2016 $134 average ticket price.

Ohio State Buckeyes football Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 6/23/2017)

How to Buy Ohio State Buckeyes Tickets

1. Scan through the 2017 Ohio State Buckeyes Schedule and select the game that you would like to attend, or use the opponent or date filters beside the Ohio State Buckeyes ticket listings to find the perfect matchup.

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2017 Buckeyes Season Preview

31-0. Apologies for starting the Ohio State preview with what all Buckeye fans would prefer to forget, but that Clemson smack-down should be the fuel to jumpstart this season and not let that ever occur again. Ever. Quarterback J.T. Barrett is back for his senior year at Ohio State, and there will be pressure on replacing him with the likes of Joe Burrow, Tate Martell or Dwayne Haskins should he falter early on. But expect Barrett to step it up during his final year and lean on running back Mike Weber and tight end Marcus Baugh. The Ohio State Buckeyes’ offense will continue to develop if the O-line can keep Barrett upright, and on D defensive end Tyquan Lewis will garner national attention once again. Anything less than a trip to the final four will be considered a failure for the Ohio State Buckeyes. This team can only afford 1 loss, if that. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Buckeyes at Ohio Stadium or supporting Ohio State on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Ohio State Buckeyes tickets, including home and away games.

Ohio State Buckeyes Football at Ohio Stadium

Address: 411 Woody Hayes Dr., Columbus, Ohio, 43210

The Ohio State Buckeyes play home games at Ohio Stadium, which holds over 102,000 spectators. Watching the annual Ohio State-Michigan game at Ohio Stadium is an experience of a lifetime for college football fans. Witness the O-H-I-O chants during kickoffs and the countless other Ohio State traditions kept alive over the years. Attending an Ohio State Buckeyes game at Ohio Stadium is perhaps the quintessential college football experience. Buy Ohio State Buckeyes football tickets and watch this storied program vie for another national title! The Ohio State Buckeyes home bench is on the Ohio Stadium sideline with sections 9-29. Ohio Stadium parking information is covered in our Buckeyes event guide.

 
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Ohio State Buckeyes Rivals

This rivalry game is so big, it’s literally just called The Big Game. This game constantly has national title and Rose Bowl implications and was recently ranked by ESPN as the greatest North American sports rivalry. Between names like Woody Hayes, Bo Schembeckler and Jim Tressel, the coaches at these two schools are a who’s who of the best in the game and they’ll all tell you the #1 thing that makes it a successful season is beating the other team in this game.

This is a new rivalry formed by the Big Ten’s addition of Penn State as the second rival, in addition to Ohio State. OSU has the lead in this series, and the 2000s had a great coaching matchup between Joe Paterno and Jim Tressel. Both coaches are no longer with the programs, and both are coming back after suspensions from the NCAA they hope to put behind them with big wins in this series.

Ohio State in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and Big Ten Championship

“Buckeye” nation loves its football team, and they certainly should. The winners of the 2002 BCS National Championship game have played in 40 plus bowl games in their history and compiled more than 20 wins in doing so. Ohio State won the innagural College Football Playoff in 2015, their 2nd National Title since 2000. There is no team more dominant than the Ohio State Buckeyes when it comes to Big 10 play, amassing more than 30 Conference Championships, with the first coming all the way back in 1916.

Ohio State Buckeyes Event Guide

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What is the best Ohio State home game?

The Buckeyes are visited each season by some of the best teams in college football, so there are many great games. Their Big 10 schedule includes home games with football powers like Nebraska, Penn State and Wisconsin. But the best Ohio State home game is their rivalry game with Michigan, or “That Team Up North” as legendary Buckeyes Head Coach Woody Hayes used to call the Wolverines. Some consider the Ohio State versus Michigan game the greatest rivalry in all sports.

How can I buy cheap Ohio State Buckeyes tickets?

TicketCity offers a big selection of Ohio State football tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Ohio State tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee Big 10 opponents, like Michigan, Michigan State and Wisconsin, can drive up home game prices. While cheap tickets are more plentiful for unranked, non-conference opponents. Those early season games may offer best opportunity to purchase Ohio State tickets near face value.

Can I buy Ohio State Buckeyes football season tickets?

Ohio State Buckeyes season tickets are available to buy until kickoff of their home opener. Check our listings above or call us if you would like to purchase OSU football season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at Ohio Stadium.

Where can I find the 2017-2018 Ohio State Buckeyes football schedule?

The Buckeyes 2017-2018 football schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the Big 10. Ohio State plays in the Big 10 Leaders Division, which means games against Wisconsin, Illinois, Penn State and Purdue. Game times are announced by the Big 10 as soon as the TV schedule is set. Ohio State's home opener is typically one of the most popular games. They also play Michigan in The Game. If you are looking for Buckeyes news or scores, then visit our partners at CBS Sports. They are also a good source for the official Ohio State Buckeyes team roster.

What are the best traditions to see at an Ohio State home game?

A Buckeyes home game is rich in tradition from the O-H-I-O chant throughout the game to the postgame Victory Bell. But the most well-known tradition is Script Ohio, when the Ohio State band spells out “Ohio” and a drum major dots the “I”. Dotting the “I” is one of the top honors for a Buckeye band member of alumnus.

Can I buy Ohio State Buckeyes football season tickets?

Ohio State Buckeyes season tickets are available to buy until kickoff of their home opener. Check our listings above or call us if you would like to purchase Ohio State football season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at Ohio Stadium.

Where are the best restaurants to eat at in Columbus, Ohio?

Try eating at one of these restaurants after an Ohio State home game: DeepWood (American), Rigsby’s Kitchen (Italian & Greek), or Spagio (German).

Ohio State Buckeyes Football Preview History

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2016 Ohio State Football Preview

The 2016 Ohio State Buckeyes schedule is set and they are ready to take on the season after a semi-successful 2015 season with 1 loss in the regular season and a Fiesta Bowl win against Notre Dame. The 2016 Buckeyes has the potential to be one of the best teams this season with a strong offense under Coach Urban Meyer. Meyer is having to replace eight starting players on each side of the ball after losing players to the NFL; with Meyer’s recruiting reputation all eyes are on the Buckeyes as they hopefully rebuild into a stronger team. Junior J.T. Barrett will be coming into 2016 as the starting quarterback and offense leader. The young Ohio State team will start the 2016 College Football season ready to make a run at the CFP Championship. The 2016 Ohio State Buckeyes schedule will put the pressure on the young team early on when they play against Oklahoma in the 3rd week, as this will be a test to determine the success of the team throughout the season.

2015 Ohio State Football Preview

Army came agonizingly close to ending their 13 year drought against arch-rival Navy in 2014, and come into 2015 looking to finally get a win over Annapolis. To get them there, the Black Knights will turn to senior quarterback A.J. Schurr. Schurr averaged over 7 yards a carry last season and will help orchestrate the Black Knights deadly rushing attack. Army has struggled in recent years to score points against top tier competition. Look for the Black Knights to continue to run the ball well in 2015, and look to reduce turnovers to help keep drives going. Top games on the Army Black Knights 2015 schedule will be at Penn State, Air Force, and against Rutgers and Navy.

2014 Ohio State Football Preview

The 2013 season for Army ended with 5 straight defeats, including a 12th straight loss in the Army-Navy game. Rich Ellerson looks to turn this around in 2014, with what should be one of the best backfields in his tenure at West Point. Senior running back Terry Baggett returns after a 2013 season that saw him rush for over 1,100 yards and 8 touchdowns. He will be joined in the backfield by fellow seniors Angel Santiago, and Larry Dixon. The Black Knights biggest shortcoming in recent years have been on the defensive side of the ball. Army looks to put those woes behind them in 2014, with an experienced secondary headlined by senior free safety Geoffery Bacon. The biggest game for the Black Knights as always is the season finale against Navy. But if the Black Knights are to be bowl eligible for the first time since 2010, they will also need to find success against Buffalo, Yale, Kent State, and Fordham.

2011 Ohio State Football Preview

Army has led the nation in rushing yards the last two seasons, but unfortunately, they have five wins to show for it in that span. In 2013, the other units must improve for Rich Ellerson’s team in order for the Black Knights to return to a bowl game for the first time since 2010. Ellerson will need to replace 4-year starter Trent Steelman. The quarterback cranked out 1,248 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns in his final season. A.J. Schurr will get the first chance at the job and the sophomore has the capability to be more of a factor in the passing game than Steelman was. Senior running back Raymond Maples returns after finishing behind Steelman in rushing yards with 1,215. Army will look to snap their 11-game losing streak against rival Navy in the season finale. The Black Knights will host Stanford and Wake Forest this upcoming season.

2010 Ohio State Football Preview

Despite being one of the most historic football programs in the country, Army had been mired in a decade of irrelevance leading up to last season. But that all changed in 2010 when the Black Knights went to their first bowl game since 1996 and beat SMU 16-14. Things are looking up for Army in 2011 as it returns many starters and hopes to get back to the post-season.

On offense, the Black Knights will once again turn to their potent option-heavy scheme. Last season the team was able to rank inside the top ten in rushing, and with quarterback Trent Steelman back leading the way there's no reason why they shouldn't be productive once again. Additionally, running back Jared Hassin, who ran for more than a thousand yards last season, is returning to add to the Black Knights’ rushing attack.

The Army defense relied a lot on timely turnovers last year to keep opponents from scoring, but chances are they won't need such luck this season. Despite being undersized, the Black Knights have a great deal of speed on defense to make up for it and are great against the pass. With a balanced attack like that, Army should have no problem making it to bowl season in 2011.

2009 Ohio State Football Preview

Despite being one of the most historic football programs in the country, Army had been mired in a decade of irrelevance leading up to last season. But that all changed in 2010 when the Black Knights went to their first bowl game since 1996 and beat SMU 16-14. Things are looking up for Army in 2011 as it returns many starters and hopes to get back to the post-season.

On offense, the Black Knights will once again turn to their potent option-heavy scheme. Last season the team was able to rank inside the top ten in rushing, and with quarterback Trent Steelman back leading the way there's no reason why they shouldn't be productive once again. Additionally, running back Jared Hassin, who ran for more than a thousand yards last season, is returning to add to the Black Knights’ rushing attack.

The Army defense relied a lot on timely turnovers last year to keep opponents from scoring, but chances are they won't need such luck this season. Despite being undersized, the Black Knights have a great deal of speed on defense to make up for it and are great against the pass. With a balanced attack like that, Army should have no problem making it to bowl season in 2011.

2008 Ohio State Football Preview

Despite being one of the most historic football programs in the country, Army had been mired in a decade of irrelevance leading up to last season. But that all changed in 2010 when the Black Knights went to their first bowl game since 1996 and beat SMU 16-14. Things are looking up for Army in 2011 as it returns many starters and hopes to get back to the post-season.

On offense, the Black Knights will once again turn to their potent option-heavy scheme. Last season the team was able to rank inside the top ten in rushing, and with quarterback Trent Steelman back leading the way there's no reason why they shouldn't be productive once again. Additionally, running back Jared Hassin, who ran for more than a thousand yards last season, is returning to add to the Black Knights’ rushing attack.

The Army defense relied a lot on timely turnovers last year to keep opponents from scoring, but chances are they won't need such luck this season. Despite being undersized, the Black Knights have a great deal of speed on defense to make up for it and are great against the pass. With a balanced attack like that, Army should have no problem making it to bowl season in 2011.

Ohio State Buckeyes Football News

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Ohio State Buckeyes News - 3/2/2017

The Ohio State Buckeyes Spring Football game will be played August 15th and will be played at the Ohio Stadium. Tickets for the game have an average low price of $6, while sideline seats can be bought for $62.

Ohio State Buckeyes News - 1/25/2017

The Ohio State Buckeyes had a successful season making it to the Semifinal Fiesta Bowl, but they had a tough fall in their last game of the season against Clemson. Clemson dominated the game, not allowing the Buckeyes to score at all and ending the game with a final score of 31-0 Tigers. Ohio State had a season record of 11-2 and a Big Ten record of 8-1.

 
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