October 7, 2021

🏟 Show in the Shoe: Homecoming vs. Maryland

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Ohio State will host the Maryland Terrapins in a 12:05 p.m. kickoff at Ohio Stadium in the 99th Homecoming game in school history. Ohio State is 73-19-5 in Homecoming games.

Fans attending the Homecoming game or related festivities on Saturday are encouraged to arrive early and allow plenty of time to get vehicles parked as active construction projects continue in and around campus.

Recognizing our 2020 Tokyo Olympians

In addition to welcoming back Buckeye alumni and friends for homecoming weekend, we will also welcome home Ohio State athletes who competed at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Also being recognized will be two-time national champion Adelaide Aquilla, the 1996 SPORT Big Ten champions, and former football captains.

Student “Snack Hour:” Half-Price Snacks Pregame

Ohio State students in the north and south stands take note: Arrive at the game early and get half price pretzels, popcorn and hot dogs right up until kickoff by utilizing mobile ordering through the official Ohio State Buckeyes app.

In addition to concessions ordering, the app features mobile ticket management, venue mapping and free live audio of the game along with numerous other options.

A few reminders…

Load tickets to your mobile wallets – One of the most important and proactive steps fans can do to assist the entry process at the gates is to load their mobile ticket to their iPhone or Google Pay wallet before arriving at the stadium. (Click the “add to Apple Wallet/add to Google Pay” button in the official Ohio State Buckeyes app or phone web browser once tickets have been accessed).

Helpful Measures

  • Load your ticket to your phone’s wallet before you arrive at the stadium, please!
  • Have your ticket or your barcode “up” and visible on your phone before going through the metal detectors.
  • Ticket office trouble shooting booths are located at Gates 5, 11, 14, the North Rotunda and behind the South Stands for those who are having difficulties.
  • No mobile phone? The ticket office can print tickets at the Schottenstein Center ticket office (1-800-GOBUCKS) starting the Thursday before home games. On game day, visit one of the ticket trouble shooting booths.
  • The official Ohio State Buckeyes app is an easy way to manage tickets and parking. Download the app from the App Store and Google Play.
  • Because of construction on campus, please allow for plenty of time to get to campus and get parked.
  • The gates open two hours before kickoff. We encourage all fans to arrive early.

Donate Your Tickets

Fans with tickets who are unable to attend the game are encouraged to donate their tickets through their ticket account using the “Donate” button. Tickets will go to a veteran through VetTix!​