COLUMBUS, Ohio-Tickets are available for Ohio State’s home game vs. Indiana Tuesday and for the remainder of the Buckeyes’ Big Ten Conference season, Bill Jones, assistant director of athletics for ticketing, announced Monday.

Ohio State has eight remaining home games, all against Big Ten Conference competition. The league is rated the best in college basketball and the Buckeyes face Top 25 foes Michigan State, Minnesota, Purdue and Michigan along with Illinois, a team just outside the Top 25, at Value City Arena this year.

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Jones said his office also is accepting orders for the 2009 Big Ten Tournament in Indianapolis. Tickets can be ordered over the phone (1-800-GO BUCKS) and in person at the Ohio State Athletics Ticket Office (SE corner of the Schottenstein Center near intersection of Lane Ave. and Olentangy River Rd.). Fans have until Jan. 30 to order. Tickets are $275 each and include all 10 games. The event will be held March 12-15 at Conseco Fieldhouse.

The Buckeyes are 11-3 overall, which includes a 10-1 non-conference record, the second best out-of-league record for Thad Matta since he took over the Ohio State program five seasons ago.