Ohio State football has once again sold out its spring game, although it won’t touch the incredible record it set last season.
The program announced that tomorrow’s event is completely sold out moments ago via Twitter.
— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) April 14, 2017
General admission tickets for the game were sold for $5, with club seats going for $15. More info, via Ohio State.
Tickets are no longer being sold for Ohio State’s LiFESports Spring Game, presented by Nationwide, which will take place tomorrow at Ohio Stadium. Only individuals who have already purchased tickets will be admitted into the stadium, as will Ohio State students with a BuckID and children under the age of 6.
Parking is free in the lots around the stadium and on campus, with the exception of the west stadium lot. Gates into the stadium will open at 10:30 a.m. with game action set to begin at 12:45 p.m.
Last season, the Buckeyes set a spring game record with 100,189 packing into The Shoe for the scrimmage. This year’s game will fall short of that number, as renovations have cut down the capacity for the spring game to 82,000.
About 20,000 seats will not be in use during the spring game because of restoration work in parts of C deck. There are approximately 82,000 tickets distributed, so the expectation is the stadium will be at capacity for the game.
That number will still likely be good for the biggest spring game in the nation.