The Ohio State football spring game will be played on April 13 in Cincinnati. Wondering how to get tickets, where to park or what you'll see? We've got answers.

What: Ohio State football spring game

When: 1 p.m. April 13

Where: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati

TV: No live broadcast; tape delay at 7 p.m. on the Big Ten Network

Radio: WBNS-FM (97.1) and other stations on the Ohio state sports radio network

Ticket information: General reserved seats cost $12; $5 for ages 2-6; children younger than 2 admitted free. Tickets can be purchased online at; charge by phone at 800-745-3000; in person at the athletics ticket office in the Schottenstein Center; or at any Ticketmaster location.

Game-day ticket info: At Paul Brown Stadium; ticket windows will be the north ticket office between Gates B and C.

Free admission: Ohio State students with a valid BuckID will be admitted into the game for free. The student entrance will be Gate E, located on the southeast side of Paul Brown Stadium. Seating will be in sections 151-158.

The format: The game will be an intrasquad scrimmage consisting of four quarters. Similar to last year, there won't be kickoffs as each possession after a score will start on the 35-yard line. Punts will be fair caught. The quarterbacks will be protected, but otherwise it will be a full-contact scrimmage. Rosters (Scarlet, Gray) will be chosen at the end of next week.

The venue: Paul Brown Stadium has a seating capacity of 66,319. Every seat is a chair-back seat. Concession stands will be open.

Buckeye Bash: The Ohio State University Alumni Association will host a Buckeye Bash on the plaza outside of the stadium from 11 a.m. to noon. Free and open to the public, the bash will include music from the marching band and appearances by Brutus Buckeye and the Ohio State cheerleaders.

How to get there:

* From I-75N/I-71N: North to the 2nd or 5th Street exit; follow traffic police to desired parking lot

* From I-75 South: South to the Freeman Ave. exit; south on Freeman; left on Mehring Way; follow signs

* From I-71 South: South to Gilbert Ave./Riverfront Parking exit or 3rd Street/Downtown Parking exit; follow signs and traffic police

* From I-471: Take 471 north to west US 50/I-75; take 3rd Street exit and go west on 3rd; follow traffic police to desired lot

Parking: There is plenty of public parking around the stadium. Cost to park is $10.

Disability parking: Parking for handicapped patrons will be in Lot 1, located at the corner of Pete Rose Way and Central Avenue.

Party time? Tailgating will be permitted in the parking lots surrounding the stadium.

In you go: Gates into Paul Brown Stadium will open at 11:30 a.m. Once in the stadium there will be no exiting and re-entering. Medical emergencies are the only exception.

TBDBITL: The Ohio State University Marching Band will be at the game. Members of the band will play at the pregame Buckeye Bash and at halftime.