Ohio State University officials say they will be ready when the football season kicks off on Saturday.
In a news conference on Tuesday, police and university officials outlined changes for 2013.
They said that cell phone service should be better for people at Ohio Stadium. Verizon Wireless has installed a new wireless distribution system on campus.
The university's Transportation and Traffic Division is also making changes this year.
Officials say there will be new routes for those with disabilities because of an upcoming construction project on campus. It means fans will now have to use Lane Avenue for parking in the St. John Arena parking lot and the Lane Avenue parking garage.
For people with tickets, security officials say a bag size rule will be strictly enforced. You will not be able to bring in a bag over 14 by 14 by 4 inches.
"I don't think fans will recognize much, we follow nationally recognized practices. People from all over the country come and observe what we do and learn from that, so our approach to this event has been pretty solid for a number of years," said Chief Paul Denton of the OSU Police Department.
Denton said that most important is fan awareness.
He urges anyone who comes to the game to remember that if you see something out of the ordinary in or around the stadium, you should say something to a public safety official.
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