Saturday’s Texas A&M-Clemson game is one of the marquee non-conference games of the season, and that status is being reflected in the secondary ticket market.

Seat Geek has reported that it’s the most in-demand ticket for a regular season game since it started tracking the secondary market in 2010. Average price of a ticket is $347. Clemson at Georgia in 2014 was the previous high ($284), per Matt Connolly of The State.

It is a top 12 matchup according to the Association Press poll, and it features two coaches who hold national championship rings.

To open the season, the Aggies beat Texas State 41-7, and Clemson beat Georgia Tech 52-14.

Kellen Mond threw 3 touchdown passes and ran for another score, and the Texas A&M defense had 4 interceptions in the 41-7 rout. Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence had a bit of an uneven game with a 13-for-23 passing performance with 168 yards, a touchdown and 2 interceptions.

This will be both a barometer for an SEC team against the defending national champion, and to see how Lawrence further progresses in his second season.

Clemson is about a 17-point favorite in the game which is set to kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET on ABC.