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Everything You Need To Know For Ohio Football vs. Virginia In Nashville

Everything You Need To Know For Ohio Football vs. Virginia In Nashville

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ATHENS, Ohio -- The Ohio football team (1-0) will take on Virginia (1-1) on Saturday (Sept. 15) at Vanderbilt Stadium on the campus of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn.

Here is a guide to gameday, whether you are planning to attend the game in Nashville or will be following along from home.

Where is Saturday's game being played? Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville, Tenn. Click here for directions.

Why is Saturday's game being played in Nashville? The contest was originally scheduled to played at Virginia's Scott Stadium in Charlottesvile, Va. The venue change was made due to the threat of severe weather in the Charlottesville area associated with Hurricane Florence and to provide emergency personnel with the ability to focus on the needs of the region's citizens throughout the weekend.

What time is kickoff? Kickoff is scheduled for 4:32 p.m. EST (3:32 p.m. CST).

Will the game be televised? Yes, Saturday's game is now being nationally televised on ESPN2. Joel Meyers and Forrest Conoly will be on the call.

Can I watch the game on my computer or mobile device? Yes. Click here for the WatchESPN link.

How much does admission to the game cost? Admission for Saturday's game is free, as is parking. Fans are encouraged to park in the surface lots across from Gate 2 (Address: 3000 Dudley Ave., Nashville, TN 37212). To access surface lots enter via Vanderbilt Place.

Can I tailgate? Yes. Vanderbilt has the following tailgating guidelines in place:
• No common containers such as kegs
• All charcoal from charcoal grills must be disposed of properly
• Please do not encroach on another's space
• All trash must be disposed of properly
• Be considerate of others around you with loud music
• Fire pits are strictly prohibited
• Other restrictions may be determined necessary by Vanderbilt Police, Parking and Traffic, and Athletics

Where should I enter the stadium? Spectator entry will be through Gates 2 and 3 only. Gates open two hours before kickoff.

Does Vanderbilt Stadium have a Clear Bay Policy? Yes. Click here for more details.

Where should I sit? Ohio fans are encouraged to sit on the visitors side of the stadium (Sections P-V). Click here for a Vanderbilt Stadium seating map.

Will concession sales be available? Concession sales will be limited at Vanderbilt Stadium. Four concession stands will be open to the public. Several food trucks will be in operation outside of Vanderbilt Stadium. No food or drink is permitted to be brought into Vanderbilt Stadium.

Can I listen to the game on the radio, on my computer or on my mobile device? Yes. Saturday's game will carried on the Ohio IMG Sports Network. Russ Eisenstein, in his 11th season as "Voice of the Bobcats" and longtime analyst and Ohio Alum Rob Cornelius have the call. WXTQ (Power 105) in Athens is the network flagship station. The broadcasts are available online through OhioBobcats.com and Tunein.com/OhioBobcats. They are also free on the TuneIn app.

Can I follow the game via Live Stats? Yes. Click here.


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