Consistently ranked as one of the best programs in all of college basketball, the Buckeyes are always in the mix for both a Big Ten crown and NCAA national title. View our stock of Ohio State basketball tickets for access to clashes at Value City Arena and throughout the exciting postseason.
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March Madness is never really that far away, and if things go right Buckeyes fans, perhaps you'll need NCAA Final Four tickets and NCAA championship basketball tickets.
The view from atop the Big Ten has been a bit more crowded than in recent years, as a perennial powerhouse like Ohio State has been improving on the fly with its mix of seasoned veterans at the helm to lead the eager newcomers. A loss like Jared Sullinger to the NBA has certainly been felt, but you wouldn’t know it by the way the Buckeyes have performed thus far. As usual, the 2012-13 Ohio State basketball schedule has been tough, but their only three losses have come against highly ranked opponents like Duke, Kansas, and Illinois, while a big home win over then-No. 2 Michigan provided a great surge of momentum as the conference slate labors on.
Home-court advantage is essential in the competitive Big Ten, so secure your 2012-13 Ohio State basketball tickets today, and be there to support your Buckeyes in person at Value City Arena. The squad will host several more marquee opponents including Wisconsin (1/29), Indiana (2/10), Minnesota (2/20), Michigan State (2/24), and Illinois (3/10), before the 2013 Big Ten Tournament kicks off at the United Center in Chicago, March 14-17.