Michigan Football Tickets Don't Make the National Top 25 in Price
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Following a 2013 season that saw the Michigan Wolverines host notable games against Notre Dame and an annual battle with Ohio State, Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor will see limited visits from top-tier schools this season when the team takes to the gridiron next month.
A weak 2014 home schedule has dropped the University of Michigan out of the Top 25 priciest college football programs on the secondary market for the upcoming season, welcoming its most distinguished opponent on Oct. 11 when Penn State travels to Ann Arbor. The shortage of big-name schools at home on the Michigan football schedule has greatly affected the secondary ticket market for Michigan games this season.
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