Choices Rutgers (35 miles from NYC) Maryland (10 miles from DC) Vote Comments Show All Comments lcrumley89 6 May 2013, 6:24 am Honestly neither since I live in Iowa and can barely make it back to Columbus for games. “There are some people addicted to alcohol, some people are addicted to gambling,” Luginbill said. “Urban Meyer is addicted to football, and he’s addicted to winning.” Oyster 6 May 2013, 6:44 am Technically, a home game for the Bucks is a road game for you! "Scrolling hurts my finger" (and FitzBuck was clearly the winner) lcrumley89 6 May 2013, 11:08 pm Sadly yes “There are some people addicted to alcohol, some people are addicted to gambling,” Luginbill said. “Urban Meyer is addicted to football, and he’s addicted to winning.” bukyze 6 May 2013, 7:26 am I'd go with D.C.. Throw in an Orioles game down at the pier Friday or Sunday, Boog's BBQ and cheap microbeers at the game. Done and done. dan_isaacs 6 May 2013, 1:34 pm Yep, unless my good friends who happen to be Rutgers grads wanna go up for that game first, many more options in DC. Dan Isaacs aboynamedtracy 6 May 2013, 5:03 pm Wait... you're saying DC has more options than NYC? I can assure you, that is far from reality. I'm not knocking DC, I quite enjoy it there. But NYC is the city that never sleeps and one has the opportunity to do just about anything there. cplunk 6 May 2013, 7:42 am Since I live in Northern Virginia, I am pretty damn excited about the Bucks coming to DC. I bet that game doesn't take place at Maryland's stadium the first year- there are an s*** ton of OSU fans in this area and the Terps could easily make bank by moving that game to Fedex where the Redskins play. That is double the capacity for their stadium. I will definitely make the drive to Rutgers too. Denny 6 May 2013, 8:13 am Ugh I haaaate FedEX Field I hope this doesn't happen. But it will. Taquitos. cplunk 6 May 2013, 9:45 am I hate Fedex too, but Maryland's stadium seems like a high school stadium. It made me chuckle the first time I went there, thinking of the Shoe. NC_Buckeye 6 May 2013, 8:18 am Also plenty of us in North Carolina are planning on making the trip to DC. New Jersey... not so much. But I think I can sell my cohorts on it. Eventually. Aesculus excellentium cum MCMLXV. hail2victors9 6 May 2013, 8:24 am Even though I want to hit the original B1G stadiums first, even Nebraska, I will most likely go to the Maryland game before Rutgers. For all of you in and around Columbus, Southwest has direct flights to Baltimore out of Port Columbus, daily. With minimal planning/rate watching, you can often get this one hour-long flight for $80-$100 (Even less on sales). College Park is closer to DC, but only about 1/2 hr from Baltimore. Those who stay will be CHAMPIONS! ~Bo Schembechler AndyVance Mod 6 May 2013, 10:08 am Great suggestion - many biz travelers I know in CBus use the SWX flights to BWI as an alternative to often pricier flights into Reagan. I've been flying US Air to Reagan lately, and they've been super competitive, with something like six or seven flights per day. Plus, you don't have to take the train down from BWI. Either way, D.C. is an easy away game for us in CowTown. Earle 6 May 2013, 10:24 am You can also get a private car service relatively inexpensively from BWI to DC, especially when you consider the cost savings vs. flying into DCA. Certainly not as cheap as the train, but you can go from the terminal at BWI to DC in 45 min. Snarkies gonna snark. Denny 6 May 2013, 12:11 pm You can also take the MARC from BWI to Union Station for like 6 bucks, which is even cheaper than a car. Or the bus from BWI to Greenbelt metro for like 4 bucks. Taquitos. cplunk 6 May 2013, 12:15 pm For anybody not familiar with the DC area- either BWI or Reagan National offer train transportation methods. The other airport in the area, Dulles, does not. They're building a metro line to it, but it is years away. When you check out pricing, stick to BWI or Reagan for easier transport. 9Route 6 May 2013, 9:05 am LOCK YOUR DOORS! Twice, for good measure...if you selected Rutgers I'm just happy to be here BigRedBuckeye 6 May 2013, 1:48 pm Why would you lock your doors? And we'll drink to old Ohio, 'Til we wobble in our shoes! southbymidwest 7 May 2013, 1:32 am Same can be said for College Park. Savage45 6 May 2013, 11:32 am Rutgers stadium is nothing to be impressed by either. Will they play us at Giants stadium? 703Buckeye 6 May 2013, 11:56 am I live 20 miles from Byrd Stadium, but I will try and make away games at both schools. "Attack the Strong, Trample the Weak, Hurdle the Dead!" -Former OSU S&C Coach Lichter CentralFloridaB... 6 May 2013, 6:35 pm I'd rather go to DC to see the Memorials there after the game. I'd like to make a weekend trip out of it. Anyone know any really good resturants or cool hang out spots in DC? BuckeyeinSavannah 6 May 2013, 7:15 pm My wife is from New Jersey...maybe we can go see her parents lol 703Buckeye 6 May 2013, 7:41 pm Or will she be with her parents and you at the game? hahaha "Attack the Strong, Trample the Weak, Hurdle the Dead!" -Former OSU S&C Coach Lichter BuckeyeinSavannah 6 May 2013, 10:56 pm She was a Penn State fan but over the years I've converted her. She'd be at the game with me...her parents can baby sit though lol. Geraffi 6 May 2013, 8:27 pm Whichever location hosts the Buckeyes first. I'm 1 hr from Baltimore an 2 hours from Rutgers. Nice! SC Buckeye 6 May 2013, 9:07 pm The only good thing that has come out of my forced move to New Jersey from South Carolina by the U.S. Air Force is the fact that I am now 45 mins from Rutgers and 2 1/2 hrs from College Park. I think that traveling to either location is extremely doable for me... southbymidwest 7 May 2013, 1:43 am I'll go to either, or probably both. I have family in Bergen County , and I can get them to go no problem. UMd is a short ride up around the beltway, so that one is easy. But yeah, with a stadium that seats something like 54,000, it will be interesting to see what games they sell out-have to imagine OSU and PSU will be big ones.