Ohio State Releases Fan's Guide for the Spring Game

By Jason Priestas on April 4, 2013 at 4:40p
We're a little over a week away from Ohio State's 2013 Spring Game at Paul Brown Stadium.

Ohio State released a Fan's Guide to the 2013 Spring Game, featuring helpful information like seating chats, a parking map, ticket information and a game day bash put on by the Ohio State Alumni Association.

The Ohio State Buckeyes will conclude their 2013 spring drills with the LiFESports Spring Game, presented by Nationwide Insurance, Saturday, April 13 at 1 p.m. at Paul Brown Stadium. More than 26,000 tickets have been sold to the game so far.

Tickets - $12 for general reserved seats and $5 for ages 2-6 with children under the age of 2 admitted free - can be purchased online at OhioStateBuckeyes.com, charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000, in person at the Athletics Ticket Office in the Schottenstein Center, or at any Ticketmaster location.

The game will not be televised live, but if you plan on attending the game at Cincinnati's Paul Brown Stadium, you'll be able to drink beer. The alcohol policy, for your review:

1. No alcohol will be sold to a guest who appears to be intoxicated
2. Guests passing alcohol to minors will be ejected and subject to arrest
3. Guests possessing alcohol who do not have proof of being at least 21 years of age may be ejected
4. We reserve the right to refuse the sale of alcohol to any guest.

This privilege is typically reserved for bowl games – or trips to Minneapolis now – so if beer and football is your thing, enjoy.


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Dougger's picture

I'll partake... anyone know if they offer anything other than presumably Budweiser products?
Go bucks

I like football

Buckeye in Illini country's picture

They may have Christian Moerlein, but don't quote me on that.

Columbus to Pasadena: 35 hours.  "We're on a road trip through the desert looking for strippers and cocaine... and Rose Bowl wins!"

Bucksfan's picture

The last time I was at Paul Brown they had a Christian Moerlein available.  Not sure if they'll have that for this event.  But as OSU fans, beggars shan't be choosers when it comes to beer in stadiums.

dumpus's picture

fat thumb.  my bad.

VBBuckeye's picture

Not to worry, I evened it out with an upvote.

buckeyepastor's picture

If not televised live, is there a time when it IS scheduled to be televised?   

"Woody would have wanted it that way" 

NW Buckeye's picture

It is not being televised because TTUN's spring game is at the same time.  BTN will delay telecast both games, with ours getting the prime time slot and their game later that night.  Check BTN for schedule. 

buckeyepastor's picture

Thanks !!   

"Woody would have wanted it that way" 

trasch_man's picture

I believe BTN is airing it later on that night. Possibly 7 P.M. EST

tennbuckeye19's picture

Yes, that is correct. 7pm eastern time, BTN.

RBuck's picture

7:00 p.m. that night...BTN.

Long live the southend.

kdizzleduzit's picture

Anyone know if tickets will be sold at the gate the day of the game?

buckeyepastor's picture

I really hope this helps us in connecting with the SW part of the state, especially Cincy.   I know that there are a lot of great Buckeye fans and players from that area, but it seems like it is far and away the part of the state that is least solid in its support of OSU.   I know the reasoning (lots of other colleges down that way, NFL and MLB teams, etc.), but when I am in the Cleveland area, the Toledo area, north-central ohio, even southeast Ohio, the Buckeyes are a way of life.  In Cincy and surrounding communities, not so much.   

"Woody would have wanted it that way" 

buckeyechad's picture

Games not in the Shoe so I can't go, games not televised live because of the Michigan game. This sucks.

Maestro's picture

Man, I wish the entire field was the color of that field turf under the helmet in the header pic.......EWU

vacuuming sucks