Saturday's game between Ohio State and Rutgers at High Points Solutions Stadium is officially sold out, the school announced Wednesday afternoon.
"We look forward to hosting another quality Big Ten opponent at a sold out High Point Solutions Stadium showcased in primetime on national television," athletic director Julie Hermann said in a press release. "Our fans will once again make High Point Solutions Stadium an electric place."
Per the school's release, this is the fourth Big Ten home game Rutgers has sold out since joining the league prior to last season. Saturday's sellout will mark the seventh in program history since the stadium's expansion in 2009.
"Saturday night will be the best atmosphere in all of college football," Rutgers coach Kyle Flood said Tuesday on the Big Ten coaches weekly teleconference.
Ohio State and Rutgers are scheduled for an 8 p.m. kick.