Ohio State Football Tickets | There isn't a tougher place for a visiting team to play than Ohio Stadium in Columbus, OH and that is due to the tremendous fan support. More than 100,000 fans with OSU football tickets fill the stadium each Saturday as the Buckeyes chase another National Championship. Let TicketNetwork help connect you to great Ohio State tickets today!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Nov 29, 2014
|Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Michigan Wolverines Football||Columbus, OH|
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For the Ohio State Buckeyes football program, winning is just a way of life. With seven national championships under their belts as of 2010, when college football experts look at the program they think winner. And for fans, when they see the players emerge from the tunnel at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, OH, they are proud to don the scarlet and gray. You can join the over 100,000 screaming fans by getting some of the best Ohio State Football tickets available! Seats are not going to last long, so don't wait a minute longer and get your cheap OSU football tickets now!
The Buckeyes got their start in the spring of 1890 and immediately got off to a winning start. Defeating Ohio Wesleyan University, the Ohio State Buckeyes football team quickly became an important part of the university. Struggling through the first years of the program, the team failed to reach the big time level it's known for until nearly 50 years after its start. The change came with the hire of head coach Paul Brown, who had just led a state high school team to six state titles. In 1942, despite the loss of many players to military service, Brown led Ohio State to their first national championship.
After a few years of mediocrity, the Ohio State were looking for a new head coach and in 1951 they found their man, Woody Hayes. Woody Hayes would go on to become synonymous with Ohio State football, coaching the team for 28 seasons. During his tenure, he won five national championships (1954, 1957, 1961, 1968, and 1970) and thirteen Big Ten titles. He finished his career with a record of 205-61-10 as the head coach to the program.