Does the Rose Bowl sell out?
ESPN reported Saturday that the Rose Bowl will be about 78% filled with Utah fans after Ohio State reportedly sold two-thirds of its allotment of tickets for the game. In December, Utah announced it had sold more than 29,000 through its ticket office, selling out its original allotment of 27,800.
How many tickets are available for the Rose Bowl?
According to Brett Scarbrough, Ohio State University’s senior associate athletic director of Ticketing and Premium Seating, the university was allotted 20,000 tickets for the Rose Bowl and used just over 13,000 of those. The rest were returned to the Rose Bowl to be sold.
How much do Rose Bowl tickets usually cost?
Typically, Rose Bowl tickets can be found for as low as $178.00, with an average price of $310.00.
Is OSU in a bowl game?
The Oklahoma State Cowboys are headed on their 16th straight bowl trip and will face Notre Dame in the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl! The game is set for Saturday, January 1, 2022 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Kick off is set for 11 a.m. MT on ESPN.
Who is not playing in the Rose Bowl?
The Buckeyes will be without senior wide receiver Chris Olave, junior wide receiver Garrett Wilson, redshirt junior offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere and fifth-year senior defensive tackle Haskell Garrett, who all opted out to avoid injury and prepare for the NFL Draft.
Has Utah ever played Ohio State?
CJ Stroud, Jaxon Smith-Njigba lift Ohio State past Utah 48-45 in Rose Bowl thriller. Ohio State players celebrate their 48-45 win over Utah in the Rose Bowl on Saturday.
How many tickets were sold for the 2021 Rose Bowl?
Utah fans will be everywhere on Saturday when the Utes face Ohio State (2 p.m., ESPN). A Utah athletic department spokesperson told The Salt Lake Tribune on Wednesday afternoon that 32,319 Rose Bowl tickets were purchased through the school’s ticket office. Utah’s original ticket allotment was 27,800.
What bowl is OK state going to?
PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
Oklahoma State heads into the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl with an 11-2 overall record and as the No. 9 team in the FBS. The Cowboys finished the regular season alone on top of the Big 12 standings but fell inches short of a win in the conference championship game and potential spot in the College Football Playoff.