Additional Ohio State Buckeyes Football Info
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Ohio State Football 2023 Schedule
The Buckeyes will start their 2023 season on the road at Memorial Stadium. They will finish their season on November 25 at Ann Arbor. The entire Ohio State football schedule is listed here.
9/2 - vs. Indiana Hoosiers
9/9 - vs. Youngstown State Penguins
9/16 - vs. Western Kentucky
9/23 - vs. Notre Dame
10/7 - vs. Maryland Terrapins
10/14 - vs. Purdue Boilermakers
10/21 - vs. Penn State Nittany Lions
10/28 - vs. Wisconsin Badgers
11/4 - vs. Rutgers Scarlet Knights
11/11 - vs. Michigan State Spartans
11/18 - vs. Minnesota Golden Gophers
11/25 - vs. Michigan Wolverines
The Ohio State Buckeyes have been around since 1890. This is the 100th season for home games at Ohio Stadium. The Buckeyes have a history of winning. Their total win-loss record leading up to the 2022-23 season stood at 945-330-53. As for post-season victories, the team has won eight national titles, 41 conference titles, and 10 division titles. The list of current and past NFL players that have come of out Ohio State is too numerous to list.
In the early days, notable Ohio State coaches include Paul Brown, Woody Hayes, Bo Schembechler, and Earle Bruce. Currently, the team is coached by Ryan Day. Ohio State is one of the best teams in the Big Ten Conference.
Ohio State Opponents & Season Review 2022
Key games for the 2022 season included the Badgers on September 24, Penn State on October 29, Indiana Hoosiers on November 12, and the Michigan Wolverines on November 26.
The Buckeyes finished the season with an 8-1 conference record and an overall record of 11-2. The team made it to the NCCC college football tournament, and they were just one win away from the title game. They faced the Georgia Bulldogs in the Peach Bowl, losing 42-41 after a missed field goal. C.J. Stroud, Marvin Harrison Jr., Miyan Williams, and TreVeyon Henderson all had an outstanding season. Who will be back on the roster in 2023? Check back for a Buckeyes update.