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Excitement For Football Is High In Columbus, Ohio State Students Purchase Nearly 30K Season Tickets

The back of an Ohio State football players helmet.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - DECEMBER 06: A detail view of the helmet of Cameron Johnston #95 of the Ohio State Buckeyes as he attends warm ups before the Big Ten Championship against the Wisconsin Badgers at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 6, 2014 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

The Ohio State football program has lost only two games during the two seasons it has been coached by Urban Meyer, but they were the most recent, and most important, two contests. The Buckeyes fell to Michigan State in the Big Ten title game and Clemson in the Orange Bowl, ending a 24-game winning streak. 

Anticipation and excitement for the Ohio State football program is still high in Columbus, though, especially in the student population. 

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Excitement for football has been high across the Big Ten. Penn State recently sold out its student ticket allotment in record time.

Ohio State's 2014 home schedule is: Virginia Tech, Kent State, Cincinnati, Rutgers, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. 

The Buckeyes are expected to start the year ranked in the top 10.