The Ohio State ticket market is a definite buyer's one right now. Our friends at TiqIQ send along some interesting data with respect to Buckeyes' season opener today against the Miami (OH) RedHawks as well as their remaining slate of home games through out the remainder of the 2012 football season:
If you're interested in getting in as the zero hour to Ohio Stadium, there seem to be plenty of e-Tickets still up for grabs. If you're trying to hold out for some of the bigger contests during the remainder of the year, while Ohio State ranks up there in terms of average home ticket price from a national perspective, there are still plenty of high value tickets to be had.
Of course whether you spend $47 or $455 a pop, the experience is overwhelmingly always going to exceed just about any price tag. The Urban Meyer is era is upon us; you might just regret not being there at the beginning.