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Tate Martell Is Pumped For Ohio State's Spring Game

The Buckeyes quarterback can't wait to play in front of Buckeye Nation.

We're less than two weeks away from Ohio State's spring game.

The Buckeyes have been in spring practice for a couple of weeks now and Urban Meyer's team will get to play in front of its fan base a week from this Saturday.

The best part of a team's spring game is typically getting to watch the players you haven't seen play before.

For Ohio State, one of these players is freshman quarterback Tate Martell.

The elite recruit, who chose the Buckeyes with scholarship offers from nearly every school in the country, tweeted the following message to OSU fans on Sunday.

Ohio State fans probably feel similarly.

The Buckeyes' spring game is set for Saturday, April 15.

Here's some info on the game, from Ohio State:

Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 on Saturday at the stadium. Advance tickets may be purchased at the Athletics Ticket Office, online at, and through Ticketmaster. Day of game sales are cash only. Ohio State students get into the game free with a valid ID. Children age 6 and under will be admitted free of charge. Seating is general admission.

OSU coaches will wear pink caps and the football team will sport jerseys with pink accents that will be auctioned to benefit the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research.

During the games, there will be contests, give-aways, interactive scoreboard videos and autograph sessions with Ohio State student-athletes. OSU students will have a chance to form a football pregame tunnel to welcome the squads onto the field, and several of the Buckeye Big Ten championship teams will be recognized.

The game will kick off at 1:30 p.m. E.T. and be televised on BTN.