Sept. 7, 2017
Ohio State’s Scarlet and Gray Pass, a more flexible season ticket for Buckeye men’s basketball, will go on sale at 10 a.m. Sept. 13.
The pass will guarantee access to all 19 home games for the first year of Buckeye basketball under the direction of head coach Chris Holtmann and will be available for just $99 per pass. Only 400 total passes will be available with a limit of four passes per person. Fans will have the opportunity to have a different seat location for every game, with at least six games having seats assigned in the lower level. Seat locations will be assigned 24-48 hours prior to tipoff and sent to the pass holder’s iPhone or Android phone which they will use to enter the Schottenstein Center.
Ohio State and Notre Dame will compete twice this weekend in a home-and-home series on Sept. 8 and 10. The Buckeyes and Fighting Irish were originally scheduled to face off Saturday, Sept. 9 as part of the Coastal Carolina Classic, an event which has been cancelled because of Hurricane Irma threats.
St. John Arena is set to host Friday’s 7 p.m. ET meeting, but Ohio State Athletics will be collecting cash donations for the Red Cross hurricane relief fund at the door Friday evening for those wishing to help out.
New to the upgraded platform is a customizable experience for all users. Fans will have the ability to personalize their navigation options within their favorite sports, including setting up event-specific notifications.
Fans can download the Official Ohio State Buckeyes app now on the Apple iTunes Store and Google Play for Android users at: http://theohiostate.gohops.io/Get_OSUApp
The Ohio State men’s soccer team will open Big Ten action at Northwestern at 8 p.m. ET Friday from Lanny and Sharon Martin Stadium in Evanston, Ill.
The team took a different kind of pitch to prepare for their first away environment of the 2017 campaign.
Week 3️⃣ training. 👇
— OhioStateMensSoccer (@OhioState_MSOC) September 6, 2017
The Ohio State field hockey team has worked its way up to No. 23 in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Poll. It’s the first time the Buckeyes have appeared in the polls since the 2012 season.
Man I love being in this room #GoBucks
— Joseph McKenna (@Joey_McKenna) September 6, 2017
All-American transfer Joey McKenna tweeted his affection for the Ohio State wrestling practice room, setting off an avalanche of posts from others regarding the training grounds of the Buckeyes. Check out some of the highlights!
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