The university declared on Thursday that participation will be capped at 20% of stadium capacity. The number was decided by consulting with Columbus Public Health, Ohio State said. Gov. Mike DeWine declared new orders this week as well.
The capacity limit was based on seat mapping and the guidance of setting groups 6 feet apart. Approximately 10,000 tickets will go to Wexner Medical Center and other OSU sites.
Ohio State expects that almost 4,500 tickets will be made available for the general public, and each ticket will be sold for $5. OSU students can save two seats from an allocation of 2,500 seats beginning Monday. The remaining seats will be held for football players and coaching staff families.
Tickets will go on sale to the public at 11 a.m. Monday at Ticketmaster. The game will be televised live on the Big Ten Network and carried statewide on the Ohio State Sports Radio Network and WBNS 97.1 FM.
Source: Columbus Business First
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