Ohio State Basketball Schedule

The Buckeyes will face Chaminade in a preseason match on November 1 before hosting Robert Morris on November 7, Charleston Southern on November 10, and Eastern Illinois on November 16. This will be the Buckeyes’ sixth campaign under head coach Chris Holtmann.

On Nov. 21–23 Cincinnati, Creighton, Louisville, Arizona, Arkansas, San Diego State, and Texas Tech will compete alongside Ohio State in the double-elimination Maui Tournament. The ACC-Big Ten Competition is then held at Duke on November 30.

On Dec. 3, the Buckeyes will play St. Francis at Value City Arena before opening Big Ten play against a yet-to-be-determined rival. Although the organization has previously disclosed the contests for the new season, the dates of those matches have not been disclosed.

On Dec. 17, Ohio State will travel one more for a game against national runner-up North Carolina at Madison Square Garden in NY City’s CBS Sports Classics. The Buckeyes’ final two home matches in the non-conference schedule are against Maine on December 21 and Alabama A&M on December 29.

Listed below is the

Non-Conference basketball schedule for Ohio state:

  • 11/1- Chaminade
  • 11/7- Robert Morris
  • 11/10- Charleston Southern
  • 11/16- Eastern Illinois
  • 11/21- San Diego State
  • 11/22- Arizona/Cincinnati
  • 11/23- TBA
  • 11/30- Duke
  • 12/3- St. Francis
  • 12/17- North Carolina
  • 12/21- Maine
  • 12/29- Alabama A&M.

Conference basketball schedule for Ohio state:

  • TBA- Illinois
  • TBA- Indiana
  • TBA- Iowa
  • TBA- Maryland
  • TBA- Michigan State
  • TBA- Minnesota
  • TBA- Nebraska
  • TBA- Northwestern
  • TBA- Penn State
  • TBA- Purdue
  • TBA- Rutgers
  • TBA- Wisconsin.

Ohio State basketball schedule odds

The Buckeyes basketball odds will be prominent from November to March every year now that Ohio has legalized online sports betting.

As long as the Buckeyes are a legitimate contender to win the Big Ten or advance far in the NCAA Tournament, sports betting activity will increase. Find the top odds and more to use with the Ohio sports betting market below.

Buckeye Moneyline

In order to win a moneyline bet, the player must predict the game’s winner accurately. You will win the bet if you accurately predict who will prevail in the match. Your stake amount and the corresponding moneyline for the side you selected will dictate how much you win.

Buckeye Point Spread

Users can also bet on the Ohio State Buckeyes against the point spread. Instead of only picking the winner, a gambler must choose a team’s victory margin.


When placing an over/under totals wager, the total or final count between the opposing players of the game’s victor or loser is taken into account. Punters must correctly guess whether the teams’ totals will be higher or lower than the value established by the bookies.

Buckeye prop bets

Proposition bets are a fantastic way to demonstrate your support for any Ohio State supporters who have a favorite athlete. Additionally, oddsmakers will place wagers based on player data. Then, punters have the chance to predict if certain players will go over or under the predetermined line in order to win money.

Future odds

Check the futures odds if you fancy Ohio State’s chances of reaching the Final Four or winning the Conference Tournament. An event that will take place later in the season is the subject of a futures wager. The payoff on a futures bet is substantially bigger than those of a standard wager since they can be extremely difficult to anticipate.

Current state of the sports betting bill

The state of Ohio authorized sports betting in December 2021, but it hasn’t yet begun to operate.

The bill that was signed by Governor DeWine calls for the introduction of both traditional and online betting in Ohio before January 1, 2023.

Moreover, in the summer of 2022, the Ohio Casino Control Commission is anticipated to start considering license requests. 

To oversee the Ohio betting market until then, the Commission is presently developing all required rules and regulations.

According to some projections, Ohio may generate up to $1 billion in annual sports betting income once it finally goes live.