Ohio State to discuss changes ahead of Saturday's first home football game of 2017
Ohio State University officials planned to outline updates, changes, and new procedures to the Ohio Stadium game day experience ahead of Saturday's home opener against Oklahoma.
Details haven't been released by the university. but officials provided the following agenda for a media briefing set for 2 p.m.
1) Tickets-Security and Ticket Purchasing Best Practices
Make sure you buy from a reputable seller. We found tickets ranging from $150 - $1,000+ at resale websites like stubhub.com.
2) Stadium Updates and Reminders-Bag Policy, Best Fans in the Land Campaign, Construction, Upgrades
Ohio State doesn't allow bags, backpacks, or purses. Clutches or wristlets measuring 5"x 8"x 1" or smaller are allowed.
3) Levy Restaurants-Menu Updates
4) Stadium Security Updates
5) Traffic and Parking-Cannon Drive Project
Cannon Drive near the OSU Wexner Medical Center has closed for construction, resulting in the loss of 2,100 parking spots in the Polo and Dodd lots.
University officials are advising fans to arrive early and utilize the 9th Avenue parking garage as well as west campus parking lots near Kenny Road.A
A CABS shuttles run from the west campus lots to the Ohio Stadium area, according to the university.
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