Buckeyes schedule games against Nevada, Charlotte for 2029

On3 imageby:Andy Backstrom05/10/23

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COLUMBUS — Ohio State announced the addition of two non-conference games for the 2029 season Wednesday. The Buckeyes are now scheduled to host Nevada on Sept. 1, 2029 and Charlotte on Sept. 8, 2029.

The news came on the same day Ohio State revealed the addition of Marshall to its 2024 schedule.

While the Buckeyes have played the Thundering Herd twice before, they have never faced either Nevada or Charlotte.

Nevada plays in the Mountain West. Here is Ohio State’s record against other current Mountain West teams.

  • vs. Air Force: 0-1
  • vs. Boise State: N/A
  • vs. Fresno State: 2-0
  • vs. Colorado State: N/A
  • vs. New Mexico: 1-0
  • vs. San Diego State: 4-0
  • vs. San Jose State: 1-0
  • vs. Utah State: N/A
  • vs. Wyoming: 1-0
  • vs. Hawai’i: 1-0

Charlotte plays in the American Athletic Conference. Here is Ohio State’s record against other current AAC teams:

  • vs. UCF: 1-0
  • vs. Cincinnati: 15-2
  • vs. East Carolina: N/A
  • vs. Houston: 1-0
  • vs. Memphis: N/A
  • vs. South Florida: N/A
  • vs. SMU: 7-1-1
  • vs. Temple: N/A
  • vs. Tulane: 1-0
  • vs. Tulsa: 1-0
  • vs. Navy: 5-0

Ohio State’s currently scheduled non-conference games from 2024-29

Note: This scheduling data is from FBSchedules.com.

2024

  • Aug. 31 vs. Southern Miss
  • Sept. 7 vs. Western Michigan
  • Sept. 21 vs. Marshall

2025

  • Aug. 30 vs. Texas
  • Oct. 18 vs. UConn

2026

  • Sept. 5 vs. Ball State
  • Sept. 12 at Texas
  • Sept. 19 vs. Kent State

2027

  • Sept. 4 vs. Bowling Green
  • Sept. 18 vs. Alabama

2028

  • Sept. 2 vs. Buffalo
  • Sept. 9 at Alabama

2029

  • Sept. 1 vs. Nevada
  • Sept. 8 vs. Charlotte

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