Ohio State Buckeyes Bloomington Tickets
Eagerly awaiting, fingers crossed, for the Ohio State Buckeyes Bloomington game are many fans of the Ohio State University’s teams. Located at Columbus, Ohio, the university’s program plays in the Big Ten Conference in the NCAA Division I. Its athletics director is Gene Smith, with twenty women’s teams and nineteen men’s teams playing at the university. These teams have won a record fifty seven National titles, which explains why so many Ohio State Buckeyes Bloomington tickets are selling like hot cakes for their games in one of Indiana’s most fascinating cities.
The Ohio State Buckeyes Bloomington game stars teams that play amazing college sports. The football team plays at the Ohio Stadium, whereas the Bill Davis Stadium sees many playing baseball. Similarly, the program's basketball players dribble at the Jerome Schottenstein Center. Named after the nickname for Ohio residents, these teams have Brutus Buckeye as the mascot. The program has many firsts in college sports; the first to win Conference Championships in football, men’s and women’s basketball in the Big Ten and the winner of the first one vs two basketball game.
Many of their players have graduated to play in the major leagues and Olympics. It is by far the most succesful team in the program is the women’s swimming team. It has won the largest number of National Championships which stands at twenty seven, the last three of which were won in 2009, 2010 and 2011. Its counterparts, the men’s swimming & diving team, have won eleven National Championships. Together, these teams make up several that can be seen play live after ordering Ohio State Buckeyes Bloomington tickets.
The Buckeyes, a program with fifty seven national championships to call its own, is visiting Bloomington, Indiana for one of its most exciting games. This is a city home to some of the most enthusiastic college sports fans in the country. The city has also been ranked as one of the most beautiful in the US and has been a Tree City for twenty plus years. Summarily, a perfect venue for a Buckeyes game.