Good morning, Ohio State fans, and welcome to the Scarlet Sunrise. Football will always be our focus, but every day we’ll cover news, notes and analysis from across Buckeyes sports. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Ohio State football, recruiting, basketball and more in Scarlet Sunrise.
Buckeyes among most expensive tickets in college football
Ohio State plays in some of the biggest games in the country this fall. And the ticket prices indicate it won’t be cheap to see the Big Ten’s best program on the field in person.
The Buckeyes are the second most-expensive team in terms of ticket prices on the secondary market for this fall, according to TicketIQ. The average list price for Ohio State tickets on the secondary market is $537. The only program with a more expensive average ticket? Georgia, which has an average of $665 per ticket.
Nebraska and Michigan were also in the top five among most expensive tickets. But no school in the Big Ten can top the Buckeyes.
Not even in average ticket prices on the secondary market.
Buckeyes open as double-digit favorite over Oregon
Ohio State accomplished its mission in Week 1 by going on the road in Big Ten play and beating Minnesota. There is plenty the Buckeyes want to improve on, but Ryan Day’s team picked up a conference win in the opening week of the season with a first-time starting quarterback.
But that’s now in the past, and the Buckeyes now shift their attention to the top-15 showdown with Oregon. Ohio State has a chance to make a national statement that it can truly contend with Alabama for a national title this season.
First, the Buckeyes have to beat Oregon in Columbus. Ohio State has opened as a 14-point home favorite for Saturday’s top-15 showdown between the Buckeyes and Oregon, according to the folks at VegasInsider.com. The total has also been set at 62.5.
Ohio State is 2-4-1 against the spread in its last seven games. And the total has gone over in six of Ohio State’s last seven games. Oregon is 1-5 against the spread in its last six games. The total has gone over in six of Oregon’s last nine games on the road.
Weekend Kickoff presented by Bryant Heating and Cooling Systems
Lettermen Row Weekend Kickoff presented by Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems: The Whatever It Takes Pregame Show is back!
The Lettermen Row crew will be live from Urban Meyer’s Pint House in Dublin’s Bridge Park on Thursday night for a full preview of the Buckeyes massive matchup against PAC-12 powerhouse Oregon.
The next edition of the show will be Thursday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m., and there will be plenty of Ohio State guests on hand to break down the Ohio State pursuit of a national title. Come out to see Bobby Carpenter, Zach Boren, Cardale Jones, Tyvis Powell and other former Buckeyes greats give their insight about the upcoming game with the Ducks and give predictions about biggest regular season matchup in Columbus in years.
Get set with the panel of former Buckeyes with analysis, stories, delicious food from Urban Meyer’s Pint House in Dublin and some cold Coors Light. Don’t miss the next show Thursday at 7 p.m.
Lettermen Row Weekend Kickoff presented by Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems: The Whatever It Takes Pregame Show is proudly sponsored by Coors Light and Byers Auto!
Download Lettermen Row’s free app
Want an easier way to get free premium content from Lettermen Row?
The Lettermen Row app is here! Get all of the Ohio State news, analysis, videos and everything else you’ve come to expect from us in one free, convenient spot. It’s now available in both the App Store and Google Play. Check it out!
The Lettermen Row app can be found for free here:
Sign up for the Scarlet Sunrise newsletter
If you enjoy the Scarlet Sunrise posts, please consider having our newsletter delivered to your inbox every weekday morning.