No Fans, No Public Ticket Sales for Big Ten Football Games This Fall

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COLUMBUS – Big Ten football is back this fall, but it will be without fans in attendance. When the Buckeyes play games this season, they will do so from empty stadiums across the conference.

The Big Ten Conference will not sell any tickets to fans this fall, but they are looking to accommodate players’ families at both home and road games, Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour said on the Big Ten Network on Wednesday.

An eight-game schedule with one cross-divisional game is expected to be released from the conference soon.

3 Responses

  1. Why no fans? Isn’t the Big Ten as smart as Norte Dame?

  2. Won’t they need to have two cross divisional games since there iarw only six other games within their own division?

    1. I was thinking the same thing. It’s 6+2=8. There are 7 in each division.

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