COLUMBUS, Ohio – With a talented young core returning and a top-ranked recruiting class coming in, Ohio State has assembled an exciting start to its 2023-24 schedule, highlighted by a home game against a likely Top 25 opponent, Texas A&M.
The Buckeyes will host the Aggies on Friday, Nov. 10 and the teams will then meet next season in College Station.
Also announced this week were the single and double play Big Ten opponents for next season. Michigan and Indiana will make their return to the Schottenstein Center next year along with Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska, Penn State, Purdue, Rutgers and Wisconsin.
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The Buckeyes will also take part in a pair of marquee non-conference events next season. The Emerald Coast Classic will be played over Thanksgiving weekend in Niceville, Fla. Ohio State joins Alabama, Oregon and Santa Clara in the final field.
Ohio State will again take part in the CBS Sports Classic, which is an annual event featuring Kentucky, North Carolina and UCLA. The final non-conference game will be a neutral site game against West Virginia in Cleveland on Dec. 30.
The complete non-conference schedule will be announced later this spring with the Emerald Coast Classic bracket and matchups for the CBS Sports Classic announced this summer.