Fans who want to see Ohio State play in big time games in 2017 will most likely have to dig into their wallets after Columbus Business First reported expected Buckeye ticket prices for next year.
The two most expensive games at Ohio Stadium next year will be against Michigan State and Oklahoma, according to the report by Tom Knox.
Tickets for the games against the Spartans and Sooners will be $190 according to proposals by the Ohio State Athletics Council.
The Buckeyes open their home schedule against the Sooners on Oct. 9 and the Spartans come to town on Nov. 11 of 2017.
Season ticket prices for non-students will also go up to $695 as opposed to a price of $614 for this season. Student tickets will stay the same at $238, while faculty and staff tickets cost $652.
The next highest-drawing game is when Penn State comes to Columbus on Oct. 28 with tickets for the tilt expected to be priced at $140.
Maryland on Oct. 7 and Illinois on Nov. 18 come in at $80 in the next tier of pricing.
When the Buckeyes host army on Sept. 16, tickets are expected to cost $70 and lastly, when UNLV comes on Sept. 23, tickets will be $65.
The highest price game for this season is when Michigan visits on Nov. 26 with tickets costing $195 to watch the huge rivalry.