June 3, 2014 at 1:04 pm

Report: Michigan-OSU ticket is second-most expensive in college football this season

Michigan and Ohio State players engage in some unnecessary roughness during last year's game in Ann Arbor. The Buckeyes prevailed, 42-41. (John T. Greilick / Detroit News)

The Michigan at Ohio State game on Nov. 29 is the second-most expensive ticket, by average, in college football for the 2014 season, according to a report.

JJ Stankevitz, a contributor to College Football Talk, compiled data from online ticket broker TiqIQ, and he determined that the average cost of a Michigan-OSU ticket was $727, with a low price of $372.

The most expensive average ticket ($770) was UCLA vs. Texas at Arlington on Sept. 13.

The Michigan at Notre Dame game on Sept. 6 ranked sixth ($536). The top 10 are listed here, and College Football Talk has the top 25.

TOP 10 MOST EXPENSIVE AVERAGE TICKETS

1. UCLA vs. Texas, at Arlington -- $770 average / $144 low

2. Michigan at Ohio State -- $727 average / $372 low

3. Alabama at LSU -- $639 average / $317 low

4. Oklahoma vs. Texas, at Dallas -- $591 average / $251 low

5. Arkansas vs. Texas A&M, at Arlington -- $586 average / $159 low

6. Michigan at Notre Dame -- $536 average / $286 low

7. Oklahoma State vs. Florida State, at Arlington -- $492 average / $131 low

8. Clemson at Georgia -- $472 average / $248 low

9. Auburn at Georgia -- $468 average / $203 low

10. Auburn at Alabama -- $454 average / $298 low