Ohio State was handed a 2012 postseason ban as punishment for prior recruiting violations, and it couldn’t have come at a worse time. The 12-0 Buckeyes thrived in coach Urban Meyer’s first year, beating #20 Michigan State, #21 Nebraska, Wisconsin, and #19 Michigan. Buckeye fans have come to expect much of the same, as 2012 was the 14th in the last 20 in which Ohio State won 10 or more games. Still, the Buckeyes may have made the BCS National Championship Game if not for the ban, behind super-versatile quarterback Braxton Miller, running back Carlos Hyde, and wide receiver Corey Brown. All three return. With last year’s highly touted recruits such as defensive ends Noah Spence and Adolphus Washington and linebackers Josh Perry and David Perkin making a difference on defense, the Buckeyes defense are in prime position for another great year. Five-star cornerback recruit Eli Apple doesn’t hurt either. Don’t miss the Ohio State Buckeye’s 2012 season be getting you tickets with Gold Coast Tickets today!
The Ohio State Buckeyes are located in Columbus, Ohio. Historically, the Buckeyes have been one of the most successful football programs in college sports, accumulating 7 national championships, 37 conference championships, and nine undefeated seasons. The Buckeyes play their home games at Ohio Stadium, also known as “the horseshoe” or just “the shoe,” and with a capacity of just over 100,000, it is the fourth largest stadium in the nation. The stadium has one of the most unique designs in college football, and is right in the middle of campus in urban Columbus. Ohio State is also known for its many rivalries, particularly its rivalry with Michigan, which many consider rivalries, particularly its rivalry with Michigan, which many consider to be one of the greatest rivalries in sports. Ohio State is now free of the postseason ban and should contend for a national championship this fall—don’t miss any of it with Gold Coast Tickets!