The cost of getting a first-hand look at the Ohio State football team could be going up.
According to Kyle Rowland of ElevenWarriors.com, the Ohio State Athletic Council has put together a plan to increase public ticket prices for home football games from $70 to $79, in addition to adding up to two “premium” games per season where tickets could skyrocket to anywhere between $110 and $125.
Ohio State’s football ticket prices could be increasing substantially in the very near future. The Board of Trustees meets next week.— Kyle Rowland (@KyleRowland) January 22, 2013
These changes would take effect in 2013, coinciding with a season many believe could result in a national title run for the Buckeyes.
Faculty and staff pricing will increase by $8 (from $56 to $64), and tickets purchased by students will increase by $2 (from $30 to $32).
Charlie Wilson, the Chairman of Ohio State’s Athletic Council, told ElevenWarriors.com that he figures this decision will be…
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