If you don't already have tickets to Ohio State's football games this season, expect to pay a significant amount on the secondary market.
According to ticket broker TiqIQ, the Buckeyes have the most expensive secondary market tickets in the nation at an average of $237 per seat.
Notre Dame is second at an average of $228 per seat. The highest Big Ten team after OSU is Penn State at No. 10 with an average price of $150.
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Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer spoke at Big Ten Media Day in Chicago at 1:30 p.m. today. During his news conference, Meyer stressed the importance of his offensive line, the health status of quarterback Braxton Miller and he named a sophomore who could make an impact for the Buckeyes this season.
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In a poll conducted by the Cleveland Plain Dealer with media members, Ohio State was predicted to win the Big Ten.
The Buckeyes received 19 of 29 votes to win the Big Ten. Nine votes went to new East Division foe Michigan State while Nebraska received the final vote.
Obviously, the Buckeyes were chosen to win the East. Wisconsin was narrowly selected to win the West Division over Iowa and Nebraska.
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Here is a news release from Ohio State concerning the kickoff time of its game against Kent State.
The Week 3 football game between Ohio State and Kent State will kick off at noon EDT, the Big Ten Conference confirmed today. The game will be televised on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2 with advance notice of the network carrier getting announced either 12- or six-days out.
Eight of Ohio State’s 2014 football games now have a start time, including a record five primetime starts. TV networks and start times for the other four games – Oct. 4 at Maryland; Nov. 15 at Minnesota; Nov. 22 vs. Indiana and Nov. 29 vs. Michigan – will be determined with the six- or 12-day advance notice protocol.
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