COLUMBUS, Ohio – The start times and TV assignments for Ohio State’s 2022-23 men’s basketball schedule was announced by the Big Ten Conference on Thursday and as usual, the Buckeyes will be front and center on the national stage.
Ohio State will appear a total of 16 times on FOX/FS1 and the Big Ten Network. Five of the six non-conference home games will be televised by BTN and then the first two home games of 2023 against Purdue and Minnesota will be on FS1. The Buckeyes will appear on FOX at home against Iowa on Jan. 21, at Indiana on Jan. 28 and then three times at home in February.
The month of February will be a big month for the Buckeyes and fans all over the country won’t have an issue finding the games. All four Sunday games in February will be televised nationally on CBS. Feb. 5, the Buckeyes will be at rival Michigan and will then host Michigan State on Feb. 12. The rematch of one of the most thrilling games of last season will be on Feb. 19, when the Buckeyes head to Purdue. They will then close the month at home against Illinois on Sunday, Feb. 26.
The ESPN Networks will carry nine contests including all three games at the Maui Invitational as well as the much-anticipated ACC/Big Ten Challenge matchup at Duke on Nov. 30. The Big Ten opener at home against Rutgers on Dec. 8 will be aired on ESPN2 and then the final game of the regular season at Michigan State on March 4 will air either on ESPN or ESPN2.
The exhibition game against Chaminade (Nov. 1) and the season-opener against Robert Morris (Nov. 7) will both be streamed live on BTN+.
Season tickets are on sale now and can be purchased HERE. Mini plan tickets will go on sale Sept. 27 and group tickets will go on sale Oct. 5. Single game tickets will be available beginning Oct. 12. More information on mini plan options and singles games is available at OhioStateBuckeyes.com/tickets. For any questions regarding ticketing, please contact an account representative at 1-800-GO-BUCKS or via email at email@example.com.