The excitement and thrills of College Football game day action are standard with your purchase of Ohio State vs. Penn State tickets. The Penn State-Ohio State series began in 1912 but did not become an annual event until 1993 when the Nitanny Lions joined the Big Ten Conference. As of 2015, the Buckeyes have the most overall wins in the series, 17-13, and Penn State and Ohio State both have a 4-game win streak.
Penn State and Ohio State square off at either the Beaver Stadium or Ohio Stadium for one of the most highly anticipated contests in the Big Ten. A new era for the Ohio State-Penn State rivalry has been formed between head coaches, Urban Meyer and James Franklin, who have both had to overcome scandal from previous coaches to rebuild the staffing reputation in CFB.
Buckeyes vs. Nittany Lions’ tickets sell quickly every season, no matter where each of the teams is expected to fall in the Big Ten standings. The impact of the game is incredible on both campuses. No matter if the game is set to take place in Columbus or University Park, TicketCity has you covered with the best Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Penn State Nittany Lions’ tickets at some of the cheapest prices on the market.
Saturday, October 12, 2016 at Beaver Stadium (University Park, PA) Nittany Lions 24, Buckeyes 21The 2016 Penn State vs Ohio State rivalry game ended in a surprising upset as the unranked Nittany Lions took down the No. 2 Ohio State in the close 24-21 game in Beaver Stadium. The Buckeyes offense had trouble with their passing game as J.T. Barrett completed 28 of 43 passes and was sacked six times by the Nittany Lions. The play of the game was in the fourth quarter with less than five minutes left in the game as Penn States’ Grant Haley ran 60 yards for a touchdown after a blocked field goal which pushed them ahead of Ohio State for the win. The average ticket price for the October game between Ohio State and Penn State had an average ticket price of $123.
Saturday, October 17, 2015 at Ohio Stadium (Columbus, OH) Buckeyes 38, Nittany Lions 10The Ohio State Buckeyes continued their 20-game winning streak from their 2014 CFP Championship season. The star of the Buckeyes-Nittany Lions game for Ohio was quarterback J.T. Barrett, he ran for 102 yards, scoring two touchdowns in the first half and then threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. Ohio States defense was also strong with lineman Joey Bosa, who could not be stopped by Penn States' effort to protect QB Christian Hackenberg. In one of their strongest wins for the 2015 season, the Buckeyes beat the Nittany Lions for the 4th consecutive year.
Saturday, October 25, 2014 at Beaver Stadium (University Park, PA) Buckeyes 31, Nittany Lions 24 OTThe matchup of Penn State vs. Ohio State had fans on the edge of their seat as it went into a 2nd overtime. The Buckeyes built a strong lead of 17 points in the first half of the game. The tables turned when the Nittany Lions defense returned the ball to the offense after intercepting the Buckeyes’ pass and then gained 2 touchdowns in the second half. Ohio State quarterback, Barrett, made two crucial touchdown runs in overtime that overcame Penn State. Ohio State took the win in the rival game against Penn State with a final score of 31-24.