If you're headed to the Big House to watch Michigan take on Ohio State this weekend, you could be in for long lines and waits when you arrive.

This will be the first game at the University of Michigan since the terror attacks in Paris, and the university it upping security for its highest profile game of the season

There have not been any threats to the stadium, but police have been in constant communication with the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI.

Every fan entering the stadium will be screened for prohibited items, including bags of all sizes, bottles, weapons, and selfie sticks. Everyone will be visually screened and some may also be patted down.

Police are also asking fans to report any suspicious behavior or unattended belongings.