The No. 4 Ohio State Buckeyes (2-0, 1-0 Big Ten) hit the road for the first time this season when they face No. 15 TCU (2-0).
OSU has blowout wins over Oregon State and Rutgers to its credit, while TCU has knocked off Southern and SMU.
The road to a perfect season figures to get a lot tougher for both teams this week.
Ohio State is a 13.5-point favorite against the Horned Frogs.
Here’s everything you need to know to enjoy Ohio State vs. TCU.
The game kicks off Saturday, September 15 at 8:00 pm Eastern.
TV & Streaming
You can watch the game on ABC, or stream it via the Watch ESPN app. Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, and Maria Taylor are on the call.
The game will be carried live on the Ohio State Football Radio Network. Find your local Ohio State Football radio station here.
For the first time this season, there is a zero percent chance that rain will impact a Buckeye game. The roof of the stadium will be closed, so wind and rain won’t be an issue.
The Buckeyes are a 13.5-point favorite against the Horned Frogs. The Over/Under for the game is 59.5.
Last week, OSU easily covered the 38-point spread in their 52-3 win. The Buckeyes eased off the throttle in time for the under (63.5) to hit comfortably as well.
Tickets for the OSU-TCU game are still available through the official ticket link.
As of Wednesday evening, you could find tickets in the upper deck between the 20s for as little as $57 per seat.
Tickets are even less expensive on secondary sites like StubHub. There, the get-in price is around $48.
If you’re thinking about going to the game, make sure you have tickets in hand before you arrive. Scalping outside the stadium is illegal, and unlike Columbus where it’s *wink* “illegal” *wink* the police apparently do actually enforce that law in Arlington.
Stadium Bag Policy
The bag policy at AT&T Stadium allows small, clear plastic bags no larger than 12″ x 6″ x 12.”
Small clutch purses no larger than 5.5” x 8.5″ are also permitted.
There is a long list of restrictions on those bags, which you can find on the complete AT&T Stadium bag policy here.
Parking lots will open five hours before kickoff and tailgating is permitted.
There are roughly 12,000 parking spots around AT&T Stadium, and another 12,000 spots near the Texas Rangers’ home stadium, which is just down the street.
You can find a full rundown of tailgating rules and parking at AT&T Stadium here.