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IU football announces Oct. 23 game vs. Ohio State is sold out

Indiana will have two sold out games in one season for the first time since the last season it had any sellouts.

Single-game tickets for Indiana Football’s Oct. 23 home game against Ohio State are sold out, the program announced on Tuesday.  The game time against the No. 9 Buckeyes is still to be determined.

IU also sold out the Sept. 18 game against Cincinnati.  Prior to that, the Hoosiers last had sellouts in 2017 when both the Ohio State and Michigan games had capacity crowds.

Fans interested in attending the Ohio State game can do so by using The Daily Hoosier’s Stub Hub affiliate links on the IU football schedule page.  Using these links supports our free site while the customer incurs no additional fees.

Single-game tickets remain on sale through IU for its other three home games, including the Oct. 16 Homecoming matchup against Michigan State, as well as November games against Rutgers and Minnesota.

In its release announcing the Ohio State sellout, IU Athletics provided gameday parking information.


All IU Athletics Campus parking (which includes Gates 2-14 as well as the grass lots south of Memorial Stadium and 17th Street) is sold out for the Oct. 16 Michigan State game and the Oct. 23 Ohio State game. IU Athletics Campus parking options do remain available for the Nov. 13 Rutgers game and the Nov. 20 Minnesota contest.

If you have not pre-purchased your parking for the Michigan State or Ohio State games, other convenient parking options will be available on the IU campus.

IU Athletics’ free gameday fan shuttle starts two hours before each game’s kick-off, and then resumes at the game’s conclusion for an additional 90 minutes. The shuttle’s pick-up and drop-off location is Gate 13, and it will make continuous stops at two on-campus garages that offer free parking for fans – the Poplars Garage (415 East Sixth Street) and the Henderson Parking Garage (310 South Fess Ave.).

Additional parking options for fans to consider include the Luddy School Parking Garage (0.7 miles from Memorial Stadium, $30), the Fee Lane Parking Garage (0.8 miles, $30) and the Henderson Parking East Garage (1.4 miles, FREE).

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