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College football tickets for NCAA teams across the country are on sale now, so pick up a pair and watch the action live. Nobody is as devoted as a true college football fan, and for the 2016 season, Texas A&M tickets are among our biggest sellers. As perhaps the most recognized team nationally, Notre Dame football tickets are always top sellers in the sport. Other top NCAA football ticket sellers include the Tennessee Volunteers, Georgia Bulldogs and the Nebraska Cornhuskers. And of course in 2017, "The Game" is back to being one of the premier college football games, and the Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan Wolverines are on top of sales charts.
The 2017 college football season is one of the best yet. The College Football Playoffs make every game intense and with the rivalry weekend coming up find your college football tickets now. The Iron Bowl between Auburn and Alabama and the Red River Rivalry between Texas and Oklahoma will be must-see games. The Alabama Crimson Tide dynasty will be looking to repeat as champions while other top teams look to knock them off. Don't miss out any of the action, get your college football tickets today.
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Division I NCAA football is split up into a series of conference, with five of the nation’s top conference being known collectively as the Power 5, which includes the Southeastern Conference (SEC), Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, and Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
The ACC is home to last year’s College Football Playoff champion, the Clemson Tigers. Dabo Swinney’s Clemson team took home the title behind quarterback Deshaun Watson and a late rally to upset defending national champion Alabama in the title game. The Alabama Crimson Tide, with head coach Nick Saban and sophomore quarterback Jalen Hurts, are in great shape to compete for the title once again this season in a weak SEC.
Some of the nation’s top coaches and rivalries lie in the Big Ten conference, including Ohio State’s Urban Meyer and Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh. Ohio State and Michigan are expected to be among the nation’s top ten teams all season long, and the Buckeyes just slid past the Wolverines in last year’s battle. The Big Ten West division is no slouch either, featuring the Nebraska Cornhuskers and Wisconsin Badgers, both of which look to qualify for the Big Ten Championship Game in Indianapolis this season.
If you’re looking for offense, look no further than the Big 12 conference, which features several of the nation’s top Air Raid offenses, including the Oklahoma Sooners and quarterback Baker Mayfield. Mayfield looks to contend for the Heisman Trophy again in 2017. The Texas Longhorns are also expected to improve this season after not being in a championship game since the BCS championship in 2009.
Heading out west, the Pac-12 has arguably the nation’s most exciting player, University of Southern California (USC) QB Sam Darnold, who fans and analysts thinks will help the Trojans return to greatness not seen since Matt Leinart was taking snaps in Los Angeles. The Oregon Ducks are always a good bet to be a strong team out west, as well.
R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
MWC vs. Sun Belt New Orleans, LA
The New Orleans Bowl puts a team from the Sun Belt Conference against a team in the Mountain West Conference. The New Orleans Bowl originally hosted the Sun Belt champion when it was the only available bowl for that conference. But now that the Sun Belt has grown to three bowl games, the New Orleans Bowl has been assigned the first choice. If the Mountain West does not have enough bowl eligible teams which isn’t something that often occurs the bowl will choose an at large team. From 2002 to 2013, the New Orleans Bowl was affiliated with the Sun Belt and Conference USA.
The reigning champions of the New Orleans Bowl are the Louisiana/Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns. They beat Tulane 24-21 for their third straight victory in this bowl game. Attendance at the 2013 bowl game set a record for the last 3 years in a row, making the New Orleans bowl one of the most attended of the non-BCS bowl games in 2013.
Gildan New Mexico Bowl
C-USA vs. MWC Albuquerque, NM
The New Mexico Bowl picks a team from the Mountain West Conference and a team from Conference USA, that’s if both conferences have enough bowl eligible teams. If one or both does not, the selection committee chooses an at large team from another conference. It was announced in 2013 that Conference USA had signed a contract to send a regional team to play in the bowl game for 6 seasons beginning in 2014, which will replace the Pacific-12 Conference.
From 2006 to 2010, a team from the Mountain West played a team from the Western Athletic Conference. The game is the only nationally televised sporting event in New Mexico.
Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl
MWC #1 vs. Pac-12 #6 Las Vegas, NV
Sam Boyd Stadium
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
MAC vs. MWC Boise, ID
The Famous Idaho Potato Bowl was previously known as the Humanitarian Bowl. It’s a NCAA post-season college football bowl game that has been played every year since 1997 at Albertsons Stadium at Boise State University in Boise, Idaho. The Famous Idaho Potato Bowl pits a team from the Mountain West Conference against a team from the Mid-American Conference. The game is televised nationally on the ESPN.
Raycom Media Camellia Bowl
South Alabama vs. MAC #4 Montgomery, AL
Miami Beach Bowl
BYU vs. American Miami, FL
Brigham Young University is playing in the 1st Miami Beach Bowl against an American Athletic Conference challenger. The Miami Beach Bowl will be the Cougars' 1st appearance in a Florida bowl in almost 30 years. The last game they played in was the 1985 Citrus Bowl in Orlando. BYU is an independent and therefore not in a conference. So the Cougars have to make deals to guarantee a bowl position each season. BYU's bowl agreement states that the Cougars win at least six games, though they would be exempted from the Miami Beach Bowl if they qualified for one of the slots in the College Football Playoff.
Boca Raton Bowl
C-USA vs. MAC Boca Raton, FL
Popeye’s Bahamas Bowl
C-USA vs. MAC Nassau, Bahamas
Thomas Robinson Stadium
Sheraton Hawaii Bowl
C-USA vs. MWC Honolulu, HI
Usually the highest-ranking school among the members of the Mountain West, Sun Belt, Mid-American, and American Athletic Conferences and Conference USA gets that invite. If Hawaii isn’t eligible then another Mountain West team receives the invite. This tradition started when Hawaii was a member of the Western Athletic Conference. The Hawaii Bowl will be covered by ESPN.
Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl
Big Ten vs. C-USA Dallas, TX
Cotton Bowl Stadium
Quick Lane Bowl
Big Ten vs. ACC Detroit, MI
BITCOIN St. Petersburg Bowl
ACC vs. American St. Petersburg, FL
ACC vs. American Annapolis, MD
Navy-Marine Corps. Stadium
The Military Bowl game used to feature a team from the Atlantic Coast Conference/ACC and a team from Conference USA/C-USA or one of the various service academies. In the 2013 the game was one of C-USA's official bowl tie-ins. But the 2014-2019 games will invite eligible teams from the American Athletic Conference and ACC. The Military Bowl is one of the two FBS bowls held in the Northeast; the other is the Pinstripe Bowl. The Military Bowl was originally sponsored by financial institution EagleBank. After that Northrop Grumman became its sponsor in 2010 and it was renamed the Military Bowl.
Hyundai Sun Bowl
ACC vs. Pac-12 El Paso, TX
Sun Bowl Stadium
The game's sponsored title is the Hyundai Sun Bowl, which became the name after Hyundai Motor Company bought naming rights from Helen of Troy Limited in 2010. Hyundai is the fourth title sponsor of the Sun Bowl, after Helen of Troy with its Vitalis and Brut brands.
Duck Commander Independence Bowl
ACC vs. SEC Shreveport, LA
ACC/Notre Dame vs. Big Ten Bronx, NY
To the winner of the game goes the George M. Steinbrenner Trophy and the David C. Koch MVP Trophy is awarded to the bowl's most valuable player. The Pinstripe Bowl is one of the two FBS bowls held in the Northeast, the other being the Military Bowl.
National University Holiday Bowl
Big Ten vs. Pac-12 San Diego, CA
AutoZone Liberty Bowl
Big 12 vs. SEC Memphis, TN
Russell Athletic Bowl
ACC vs. Big 12 Orlando, FL
Florida Citrus Bowl
In 2001, the bowl rights were sold and it changed hands … it was then relocated to Orlando. For a short time it was known as the Tangerine Bowl then it was known as the Capital One Bowl. In 2004 the Foot Locker, which is the parent company of Champs Sports, bought the naming rights. At which time they named it the Champs Sports Bowl. Then in June 2012 Russell Athletic purchased the naming rights for the 2012-2015 games. This bowl game currently has close relationships with the ACC and Big 12.
AdvoCare Texas Bowl
Big 12 vs. SEC Houston, TX
Franklin Amer. Mort. Music City Bowl
ACC/Big Ten vs. SEC Nashville, TN
The first Music City Bowl was played at Vanderbilt Stadium in 1998. Beginning in 1999, the game was moved to the just completed home stadium of the Tennessee Titans, now known as LP Field. Bridgestone ended its sponsorship following the 2007 game. Then beginning with the 2010 game … Franklin American Mortgage bought the sponsorship.
The new name is the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl. The game features a matchup between teams of the Southeastern Conference and the Atlantic Coast Conference. Starting in 2014, the Music City Bowl shares its tie in with the TaxSlayer Bowl; the Music City Bowl receives second choice of either an ACC or Big Ten team.
ACC vs. SEC Charlotte, NC
Bank of America Stadium
Foster Farms Bowl
Big Ten vs. Pac-12 Santa Clara, CA
Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
At-Large vs. At-Large Atlanta, GA
The Peach Bowl is officially known as the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, which is played in Atlanta, Georgia since December 1968. Since 1992, the Georgia Dome has played host. Once the new Atlanta Stadium is finished it will begin hosting the game in the 2017-18 season. In the 2014 season, the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl will feature College Football Playoff match ups the teams will be selected by the CFP selection committee.
Vizio Fiesta Bowl
At-Large vs. At-Large Glendale, AZ
U. of Phoenix Stadium
Beginning with the 2014 season the Fiesta Bowl became a member of College Football Playoff who will be hosting a semifinal game every three years. The CFP Selection Committee will select all the teams playing in this bowl. In September 2014 Vizio was announced as the new sponsor for the Fiesta Bowl thus it’s now being called the Vizio Fiesta Bowl.
Capital One Orange Bowl
ACC Champ/A-L vs. B1G/SEC/ND Miami Gardens, FL
Sun Life Stadium
The Orange Bowl is a college football bowl game played at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Capital One and part of the College Football Playoff sponsor this bowl game. The Capital One Orange Bowl has been played since January 1935 and it celebrated its 75th game in January 2009. The Capital One Orange Bowl, along with the Sugar Bowl and the Sun Bowl are the second oldest bowl games in the country behind the Rose Bowl. Since 2007 the Orange Bowl has played host to the Atlantic Coast Conference champion.
The Capital One Orange Bowl was known previously as the Discover Orange Bowl, since Discover Financial was title sponsor. Before that it had been called the FedEx Orange Bowl as FedEx sponsored the event. In September 2014, Capital One was announced as the new title sponsor of the Orange Bowl.
Big Ten vs. SEC Tampa, FL
Raymond James Stadium
Goodyear Cotton Bowl
At-Large vs. At-Large Arlington, TX
Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl
ACC/Big Ten vs. SEC Orlando, FL
Florida Citrus Bowl
Rose Bowl Game
Playoff Semifinal Game Pasadena, CA
Allstate Sugar Bowl
Playoff Semifinal Game New Orleans, LA
Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl
American vs. Army/Big 12 Fort Worth, TX
Amon G. Carter Stadium
The game is played at the Amon G. Carter Stadium at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. It features teams from a number of collegiate football conferences and both of the D I independent military academies/Army and Navy are eligible if either the MWC or C-USA cannot provide a bowl eligible team … the third football playing military academy the Air Force, plays in the MWC. The Armed Forces Bowl has signed multi year agreements with the American Athletic Conference, Big Ten Conference, Big 12 Conference, Mountain West Conference, Army and Navy to set bowl match-ups for the next six seasons.
ACC/Big Ten vs. SEC Jacksonville, FL
Valero Alamo Bowl
Big 12 vs. Pac-12 San Antonio, TX
Big 12 #5 vs. Pac-12 #6 Tempe, AZ
Sun Devil Stadium
SEC vs. American Birmingham, AL
Arkansas State vs. MAC Mobile, AL
The bowl game was previously known as the Mobile Alabama Bowl. Then it was then known as the GMAC Bowl when its corporate sponsorship was GMAC Financial Services. Now it is known as the GoDaddy.com Bowl since Go Daddy took over sponsorship. The 2013 edition of the GoDaddy.com Bowl was played on January 6, 2013, and featured No. 25 Kent State from the MAC and Arkansas State from the Sun Belt. In May 2013, GoDaddy announced for a better fit with new generic top level domain extensions being rolled out later in the year that they dropped the ".com" from the bowl's name, rebranding it as the GoDaddy Bowl.
College Football Championship Game
Semifinal Winner vs. Semifinal Winner Arlington, TX
Where each year's championship game will be is going to be determined by the playoff group's leaders. Who will consider bids to host the Championship from various cities and will then make a final selection similar to the Super Bowl or the NCAA Final Four. Group leaders say the championship game will be in a different city each year. Also, the cities cannot host both a semifinal game and the title game in the same year. The AT&T Stadium, an NFL stadium in Arlington, Texas, was picked to host the first game in January 2015. The Champion of the game will be awarded a new championship trophy instead of the usual ”crystal football”. Which has been given since 1986 … the officials wanted a new trophy that was completely unique from the previous BCS championship system. The new College Football Playoff National Championship Trophy is going to be sponsored by Dr. Pepper, which bought the sponsorship rights through 2020.
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