November 3rd, 2015 | by CollegeAD

Tickets to Ohio State University’s tilt next year with the University of Michigan are likely to be priced at $195 – the highest-ever face value for regular seating – under its variable-pricing model that hikes prices for more-anticipated games and discounts the less-attractive ones.  The university’s athletics council has made pricing recommendations for the 2016 season, including a permanent move to the variable model introduced in 2013, and trustees will consider the proposals this week. A season ticket will run $614, based on a 15 percent discount on the full slate of seven regular-season home games. -Evan Weese, bizjournals.comRead More

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