Fans can purchase $10 admission to four events Friday-Sunday, chance to win tickets to 2008 home football game vs. Penn State

COLUMBUS, Ohio A limited number of all-admission passes for Ohio State’s “Scarlet and Gray Days” events Friday-Sunday remain available for purchase. Ohio State is attempting to set attendance records in baseball Friday, men’s lacrosse and spring football Saturday, as well as softball Sunday.

Fans can purchase a “Scarlet and Gray Days” all-admission pass for the four events for $10 by contacting the Ohio State athletics ticket office at 1-800-GO-BUCKS or visiting

“Scarlet and Gray Days” kicks off Friday with Buckeye baseball taking on Purdue at 6:35 p.m. at Bill Davis Stadium. Saturday, men’s lacrosse faces Denver at 11 a.m. at Ohio Stadium prior to the football spring game at approximately 1:30 p.m. Sunday, softball welcomes Penn State to Buckeye Field at noon.

Fans that purchase all-admission passes will have the opportunity to register to win tickets to the Penn State football home game Oct. 25. The PSU game was just announced as a rare night game in Ohio Stadium to kick off at 8 p.m. By presenting their all-admission passes, fans will become eligible for separate drawings to win a pair of Penn State football tickets at both the baseball game Friday and softball game Sunday. Winning all-admission pass holders must be present at time of drawings.

For more information on “Scarlet and Gray Days” or to order tickets call 1-800-GO-BUCKS or visit

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The Ohio State University Department of Athletics sponsors 36 fully funded varsity teams 17 for women, 16 for men and three co-educational. The department is committed to providing its more than 900 student-athletes with the finest in academic and athletics support in order to ensure a quality and life-enhancing experience. The Department of Athletics is completely self-supporting and receives no university monies, tax dollars or student fees. In Fiscal Year 2007-08, the Department of Athletics will transfer back to the University more than $25 million in assessments, including nearly $17 million in grant-in-aid costs.