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Tickets on sale Friday for Ohio State Spring Game

The game will be the first chance to see Ryan Day and the new coaching staff running the show, and how Justin Fields looks in Scarlet and Gray.

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It’s been a little over a month and a half since the Ohio State Buckeyes football team was on the gridiron, but you don’t have to wait that much longer until you can see the Scarlet and Gray on the field again, as tickets for the 2019 LiFESPORTS Spring Game will go on sale to the general public this Friday, Feb. 22 at 10 a.m. ET.

The game, will cap off the first spring practice session under new head coach Ryan Day, and will kick off at noon ET on Saturday, April 13. General admission tickets will be $5, and there will be reserved club seats available for $15; there will be a limit of eight club seats per order. All children under six years old will be admitted to general admission seating for free, and current OSU students will also receive free tickets with a valid Ohio State ID.

The spring game will be the first opportunity for fans to see how Day and his newly constructed coaching staff handle the team, and to see how new transfer quarterback Justin Fields looks running the show at The Horseshoe.

Tickets will be available to purchase on Friday via Ticketmaster.