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Noon kickoff set for Ohio State football spring game

Tickets - $5 - on sale Friday, Feb. 22

The Ohio State University’s 2019 LiFESports Spring Game, presented by Nationwide, will kick off at noon on Saturday, April 13, in Ohio Stadium. Parking is free.

The conclusion of spring practice for Ohio State’s football team will be broadcast live on the Big Ten Network and on flagship station 97.1 FM The Fan.

Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 22, at http://go.osu.edu/19FBSpringGameTix. General admission prices are $5, plus there will be a limited number of $15 reserved club seats. Applicable service charges may apply.

Fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets early. Construction on the north end of C Deck will reduce seating capacity in the stadium.

Tickets can also be purchased in person at the OSU Athletics Ticket Office, or by calling 1-800-GOBUCKS (select option 3). Group tickets – $4 for groups of 50 or more – are available by calling the Group Sales Office at 1-800-GOBUCKS (select Option 2). Fans requiring wheelchair accessible seating are encouraged to purchase accessible seats in advance.

Children under the age of 6 are free in the general admission areas only (everyone in club seating areas will be required to have a ticket). Current OSU students get in free with a valid OSU ID.

Seven new Buckeyes

The 2019 spring roster includes seven new Buckeyes. Justin Fields is a transfer quarterback who spent his true freshman fall season last year at the University of Georgia. He is from Kennesaw, Georgia, and attended Harrison High School.

True freshmen who signed their letters of intent with Ohio State in December and have enrolled early include:

• RB Marcus Crowley (Jacksonville, Fla., and Trinity Christian Academy);• DE Zach Harrison (Lewis Center, Ohio, and Olentangy Orange H.S.);• SAF Ronnie Hickman (Wayne, N.J., and DePaul Catholic H.S.)• OL Ryan Jacoby (Mentor, Ohio, and Mentor H.S.);• DE Noah Potter (Mentor, Ohio, and Mentor H.S.); and• WR Garrett Wilson (Austin, Texas, and Lake Travis H.S.)

Winter conditioning continues into March, with spring drills starting the week of March 4. Spring break for Ohio State students is the week of March 11-15.