Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball 2014-2015 News and Updates
2/7/14 – After a disappointing 2-4 start to begin Conference play, the Ohio State Buckeyes appear to be getting back on track. Two recent road wins against top 20 teams – No.14 Wisconsin and No.17 Iowa - has helped morale in the locker room after being unranked for the first time in four years. More than halfway through Big Ten play, the Buckeyes will play five of their remaining eight at Schottenstein Center including a rivalry game against No.10 Michigan Wolverines and the season-finale versus No.9 Michigan State. Surprisingly, Michigan Wolverines vs. Ohio State Basketball tickets are the cheapest of remaining home games, averaging just $43 with a get-in price of $15.
1/2/14 - The Ohio State Buckeyes are heading into conference play with a flawless 13-0 start. Coach Thad Matta and the No. 3 Buckeyes will ride this momentum into talented Big Ten games looking to come out on top as conference champs for the 6th time during Matta’s tenure. Their first B1G conference game came New Years Eve against the Purdue Boilermakers, where Ohio State’s unyielding defense—ranked in the top five in the nation—pinned down their foes 78-69. See them take on rivals
, the Michigan Wolverines, for only $40 at the Schottenstein Center as they try and climb ahead of Arizona and Syracuse in ranking. With this year’s squad, laden with an impressive group of veteran players, the B1G title is a foreseeable outcome!
10/25/13 - The Ohio State Buckeyes are leading contenders from the Big Ten, being one of two teams to have made a NCAA Tournament run every decade since the 1930s. Under coach Thad Matta, the Buckeyes have twice contended in the Sweet 16, once in the Final 4, and finished as runner-ups for the Big Ten (in the Elite 8) last season. Ohio has a great chance spearheading the Big Ten Tournament this year, with numerous senior players returning to provide the experience so necessary in games.
Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball 2014-2015 Season
The Scarlet and Gray will open their season against Morgan State
on Nov 9 at Schottenstein Center
. The OSU-Michigan State
rivalry will play out on Jan 7 for a big on the road showdown, they will end the season against the Spartans on Mar 9 at home. Ohio will kick-off the Gotham Classic on Dec 21 at Madison Square Garden against Notre Dame
. Finishing with 13 Big Ten victories last season, the boys are primed for another excellent run, and will start their Big Ten play New Year’s Eve, at Purdue
The Buckeyes are another elitist team left with a couple gaping holes, due to players leaving for the NBA, namely Deshaun Thomas (19.5 point average) and Evan Ravenel. But watch out for point guard Aaron Craft, a leading defender in the league, and now Ohio’s number one scorer. He will look to make even more moves as a seasoned senior, working in tandem with Lenzelle Smith Jr., highest rebound points and second highest scorer on the team, and LaQuinton Ross, a major threat on offense. Key newcomers will be Marc Loving and Kameron Williams.