Football

Spring Game TV, Radio, Internet & Tix Info

The 2013 Ohio State Spring Football Game will be played at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.
The 2013 Ohio State Spring Football Game will be played at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.

March 21, 2013

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State's 2013 LIFESports Spring Game, presented by Nationwide and set for 1 p.m. April 13 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, will not have a live television broadcast, but it will feature a fun and exciting NFL venue for those going to the game, live radio, live streaming video on the internet and tape delayed coverage on the Big Ten Network later that evening. Here are all the broadcast details:

  • The Big Ten Network will tape and then televise the game at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 13;
  • WBNS 97.1 FM The Fan, the flagship station for the IMG Ohio State sports radio network, will broadcast the game live with Paul Keels and Jim Lachey describing all of the action;
  • Network affiliate WDJO AM-1480 out of Cincinnati will also carry the live radio broadcast, as will Sirius XM (channel TBD); and
  • The game can be watched live on the internet via the Big Ten Network's BTN2Go online video stream.

Tickets On Sale
And for those wanting to see the game live, tickets are currently on sale through a number of convenient means: online at OhioStateBuckeyes.com (Purchase tickets here), charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000, in person at the Athletics Ticket Office in the Schottenstein Center, or at any Ticketmaster location.

Ticket prices are $12 for general reserved seats and $5 for ages 2-6 with children under the age of 2 admitted free. There are a limited number of club seats still available and priced at $18.

All seats are reserved seats. Ohio State students will receive free admission in designated student sections.

Ohio Stadium is under renovation, prompting the change of venue for the spring game. Paul Brown Stadium opened in 2000 and has a seating capacity of 66,319, including 7,600 club seats.


 

 

Shop for OSU Gear
buckeye vision suscribe log in Buckeye Vision
divider line