Bigger teams like OSU/Wiscy/PSU/MSU get seats that are down by the south end zone IIRC. Teams like Utah, Miami (NNTM) and Toledo get random swathes of seats usually around the top level of the south end zone. Depends on the school visiting and the demand from alumni, boosters, others cheering for UM.
Visitor seating at The Big House
I think we've permanently exiled the opposing fans to the top of the south endzone. They are no longer allowed to sit near the field. Schools like OSU might have fans elsewhere, but if they do it's a function of their fans scalping lots of seats. We don't allot them seats elsewhere.
Yeah, the Wisconsin fans were way up at the top of the stadium in the south end zone. Most were around the scoreboard, but there was another group out in the southeast corner, right by the end of the new suites.
Using this chart, there's usually seating at the very top of sections 9-11 (most common and abundant), a small section of visitors close to the sideline in section 44 (usually the case for every team) and for the bigger teams like OSU and Oregon, they are seated right on the corner close to the field in sec. 13 & 15 (again, only for the larger fanbases/football programs).
Thanks for the info. I'm not so worried about the Toledo fans but the OSU guerillas hidden in their ranks. Anyone who has ever tried to watch a Michigan football game in a Toledo, Ohio bar knows that each one comes equipped with at least one Buckstache who will express his inner desire to flip cars and chuck full cans of Old Milwaukee at rival fans by striving to be the most loud and annoying dick in the long, storied history of loud and annoying dicks.