Ohio State is a premiere college football institution in America. Wins don't come cheap, however. And that means expenses trickle down to the fans.
Attendance hasn't suffered, but most Ohio State fans interested in attending this season's premiere games better start saving if they plan on bringing their families.
According to coachingsearch.com's perusing of second-hand ticket site Stubhub, the cheapest ticket available for Ohio State's primetime tilt against Oklahoma on Sept. 9 costs $347, making it the third most-expensive game of the season.
The market could shift obviously if UTEP beats Oklahoma on Sept. 2, but prices could also rise as the game draws nearer and the hype builds.
Here are the top six most expensive games. Ohio State appears in four of the Top 10:
|1||SEPT. 9||GEORGIA at NOTRE DAME||$499|
|2||SEPT. 2||ALABAMA vs. FLORIDA STATE||$422|
|3||SEPT. 9||OKLAHOMA at OHIO STATE||$347|
|4||NOV. 25||OHIO STATE at MICHIGAN||$295|
|5||OCT. 28||PENN STATE at OHIO STATE||$285|
|6||NOV. 11||MICHIGAN STATE at OHIO STATE||$211|
Also of note: The cheapest ticket for Ohio State's Oct. 14 clash with Nebraska in Lincoln costs $150 at the moment.