7 things to know about the Browns practice at Ohio Stadium

For the second year in a row, the Cleveland Browns have scheduled a practice for Ohio Stadium.

Here’s what you need to know about the event if you plan to go to Ohio State this weekend.

1. The Orange and Brown Scrimmage is supposed to start at 3 p.m. Saturday, but fans are encouraged to arrive early as parking around the stadium and on campus can be an adventure.

2. The event is being billed a scrimmage, but Cleveland.com reported earlier this week it will be more of a walk-through “mock game” with no pads or hitting.

3. Public parking lots are to pen at 10 a.m. along Woody Hayes Drive and Lane Ave. There will be disability parking available in the East Stadium Lot and the Tuttle Parking Garage, which is at the corner of Woody Hayes Drive and Tuttle Park Place (northeast of the stadium).

4. A fan fest will be hosted on the south lawn of St. John Arena beginning at noon, and gates to the stadium are set to open at 1:30 p.m.

5. Fans are reminded Ohio Stadium has a “no bags” policy that will be in effect. That includes clear bags and totes.

6. Nearly 50,000 fans were said to have attended last year’s Browns practice at the stadium.

7. The only Ohio State player on the Browns roster is Terrelle Pryor, who was also on the squad last year but did not take part in the scrimmage because of an injury. He has been the subject of numerous positive media reports from camp this year.