Ohio State Ends "Print-at-Home" Tickets

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN)--The Ohio State University is ending a "print-at-home" ticketing service, after hundreds of fans were scammed leading up to the OSU-Michigan football game.

The Athletics Ticket office says about 300 fans who thought they had bought tickets to "The Game" on Saturday turned out to be fake, with the scammers using a system similar to what the university now formerly used.

The university says the policy goes into effect immediately, for events like Men's Basketball and Men's Ice Hockey games.

Fans are also urged to buy tickets through their office, TicketMaster, or the official Ohio State Ticket Exchange.

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