The Ohio Stadium experience is an awesome thing on a game day. Even though I have seen it dozens of times, when that band comes out of that tunnel I get goosebumps - and I don't even like bands outside of TBDBITL. And before and after that, it's just a great thing to see. I tell people all the time, you have to go and do it at least once, and if you do, you will want to go back.
Over the years I have usually gone down there with C deck tickets in hand, but I go find a scalper and start negotiating. I have traded 2 C deck tickets straight up and thrown in another 50 bucks and sat in A (or AA if its not a high profile opponent). The closer to game time it gets, the better the deal you can get. However, last year my son and I went to the Wisconsin game. We were in 16C and I loved watching the game from up there. We paid $310 for 2 seats from a season ticket holder. The lower seats were running $300-400 per. I can afford to pay whatever the price is, but there are limits I won't go beyond just because it violates my principles regarding spending money.
All that said, I prefer to watch most of the big games sitting in my easy chair, eating my Mexican bean dip, drinking my free well water or some pop or suds I got at the drive-thru, with the room at the temperature I choose, and seeing the game in high def
The question is, would I drive the 2 hours and get butt sore from sitting on a bleacher while someone had their knees in my back for 3 hours if the team was disappointing? Probably not. I didn't go to one game at Ohio Stadium in 2011. If they want to keep filling that stadium, that team needs to be contenders for championships. The home/TV experience is too satisfying and comfortable.