Ohio State Board of Trustees Set to Approve Premium Pricing for Wisconsin Game
As Eleven Warriors first reported last Tuesday, Ohio State's plan to raise ticket prices and designate premium games is about to become a reality:
The Ohio State Board of Trustees will vote Friday to approve higher prices for football and basketball tickets that athletic director Gene Smith said should raise an extra $6 million a year for the Buckeyes' athletic department.
For 2013, football tickets will go up in price from $70 to $79. There will be one premium game designated, against Wisconsin, that will cost $110.
In related news, Eat Too Brutus, Eleven Warriors' annual charity tailgate, will likely be held before the Wisconsin game, which is expected to be under the lights at Ohio Stadium.