Ohio State Sells Out Game in St. John Arena Against Cleveland State

By Kevin Harrish on November 16, 2018 at 2:16 pm
The calm before the storm

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The Buckeyes' return to historic St. John Arena will be met with a capacity crowd as the Nov. 23 game against Cleveland State is officially sold out, Ohio State announced on Friday.

The team returns to the historic venue for the first time since 2010, and this marks the first sellout in St. John Arena since March 24, 2008 – an NIT game against California.

Since the Buckeyes moved to the nearby Schottenstein Center as their official home court, they're a perfect 5-0 in games played in St. John Arena, and they'll look to improve upon that record against the Vikings.

Ohio State is an undefeated 3-0 on the season with road wins against 2018 NCAA Tournament teams Cincinnati and Creighton.

With the team off to a hot start and playing in a beloved arena for the first time in nearly eight years in front of a sold out crowd, I think it's safe to expect St. John to be rocking.

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