Ohio State Games at The Horseshoe
Ohio Stadium is in the beautiful city of Columbus, Ohio. It holds over 102,000 fans for a big home game, and most games are big games for the Buckeyes. The Horseshoe is a special place, full of traditions like the well-known Script Ohio, when the Ohio State band spells out “Ohio” and a drum major dots the “i”. The experience at an OSU game is an amazing as you would expect from a dominant football program that has been playing games since 1922.
Ohio Stadium has a lower-level and an upper-level, but the venue is divided into 5 "Decks". The AA Deck are the seats on the lower-level closest to the field. There are 11 rows in most sections of the AA Deck, except the endzone (AA3-AA8) where the rows start with A-J before going 1-11. The A Deck are above the AA Deck on the lower-level, and considered by many the best sections in the stadium. The A Deck sections have 35 to 37 rows per section. The B Deck are the top of the lower-level, and many of the sections along the sideline are underneath the overhang of the upper-level. Those B Deck sections under on the sideline can have slightly obstructions due to the support poles of the upper-level. The B Deck have 18 rows in most sections outside the endzone.
The C Deck sections are in the upper-level and have 41 rows in most sections except those C Deck sections in-front of the D Deck which just have 22 rows. The D Deck is a sliver of rows (11 rows) in the upper-level immediately in-front of the Press Box. Some of the most popular seats in the Horseshoe as the Club Seats, Sections C1 to C5), which sit between the 30 yard lines on the lower-level splitting the A Deck. The Ohio State Buckeyes home bench is on the Ohio Stadium sideline in-front of Club Sections 1-5.