Ohio State To Limit Fans At Football This Fall

(Columbus) - The Ohio State University will make major changes for football for fans, in anticipation of a season to be played under COVID-19 guidelines.

OSU says that for this season, Ohio Stadium will be at only 20% of its over 100-thousand seat capacity.

Fans who attend games will be required to wear a facial covering. There will be limited concessions, no tailgating, and no skull sessions at St. John Arena.

Because of these circumstances, season ticket holders will have the opportunity to opt out this year without losing their purchase status.

This year's schedule is still up in the air. The Big Ten Conference has already announced there will be no non-conference games this year.

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