AUSTIN, Texas – Two of the most storied programs in college football history willmeet again as The University of Texas and The Ohio State University have agreed to a future home and home series. The Buckeyes are slated to travel to Austin on Sept. 17, 2022 while the Longhorns will head to Columbus on Sept. 16, 2023. Texas and Ohio State last met at the Tostitos Bowl in 2009.
The two schools with acombined 243 years of college football history and 1,693 all-time victoriesdidn’t meet on the football field until 2005, but the Longhorns and Buckeyes have played three times since. No. 2 Texas knocked off No. 4 Ohio State, 25-22, in Columbus en route to the 2005 BCS National Championship. The No. 1 Buckeyes returned the favor, claiming a 24-7 win over the No. 2 Longhorns in Austin on its way to a BCS National Championship game berth in 2006. No. 3 Texas met No. 10 Ohio State in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl following the 2008 season. The Longhorns came from behind to win that one, 24-21, on a Colt McCoy to Quan Cosby 26-yard TD strike with 16 seconds remaining.
Texas currently ranks second on the NCAA all-time wins list (862) while the Buckeye’s stand fifth (831). The Horns rank second on the NCAA all-time bowl games chart with 50 while OSU’s 42 are tied for ninth. The two programs all-time winning percentages of .717 (Texas) and .715 (Ohio State) rank fifth and sixth, respectively, in NCAA history.