Penn State set to take on #4 OSU following 4OT thriller against Michigan
With an extra week to prepare following a quadruple overtime thriller against Michigan, Penn State could give Ohio State all they can handle this week in a crucial Big Ten showdown.
While Penn State enters the game unranked and Ohio State checks in at #4, this is not a game for the Buckeyes to take lightly—especially after struggling with Iowa at home last week. Buckeye fans are well aware of the implications of this week’s game, as they likely look down the schedule and see no real threats until the final regular season game at Michigan.
Ohio State football tickets and Penn State football tickets are never cheap, but with the Buckeyes competing for a potential BCS berth and this one of the marquee home games of the season, tickets are commanding substantial premiums. Despite a fall of 19% in the past week, tickets for the PSU vs. OSU showdown still check in at an average price of $281 dollars, with a get-in of $109.
Prices for this year’s contest are still 70% more expensive than when they last met at Ohio State in 2011, and 47% more expensive than last year’s contest at Penn State. The third most expensive game at OSU all season, this game commands a 31% premium to OSU’s average ticket price this year.
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