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Ohio State spring football is back, and now fans will get a chance to enjoy it live. That’s because the school announced that it is allowing up to 19,000 fans to take in the game on April 19.
Tickets will go on sale for the general public Monday at 11 a.m. Ohio State will also reserve 2,500 tickets in the south stands strictly for students.
Those attending will be required to adhere to the following guidelines, per the school:
- Masks will be mandatory for all guests and event staff at all times while attending the spring game as well as additional events at Ohio State’s athletic venues and facilities.
- All guests and staff will be asked to remain six feet apart.
- In areas where the department anticipates lines forming, there will be ground markings placed six feet apart on the floor/pavement.
- “Control Staff” and restroom attendants will remind guests to remain diligent with hand washing and safe distancing.
- Fans will be reminded to stay seated while actively eating or drinking.
- Ohio State has a No Bag Policy. Bags or purses of any size are NOT permitted in Ohio Stadium. Wallets and wristlets no larger than 5”x8”x1” are permitted.
- All items and persons entering Ohio Stadium are subject to security screening and inspection. Guests entering with medical, dietary, or childcare may enter through the Band Entrance (near Gate 10) or Press Entrance (near Gate 23) to have their items inspected.
The Buckeyes are coming off a 7-1 season and a loss to Alabama in the national championship game. Tailgating prior to the spring game will not be permitted.
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Fuck that all or nothing don’t buy any tickets
I’m with you, James. Sitting outside on a beautiful spring day and being forced to mask up? Screw that.
20,000 is a bridge too far