ACC Football Tickets
From Miami to Boston and all along the East Coast, 2015 ACC football tickets are some of the hottest in college football this season! ACC football fans who want to watch must-see Atlantic Coast football from the best seats in the house at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill, Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Memorial Stadium (Death Valley) in Clemson, and the Carrier Dome in Syracuse will find an unbeatable selection of ACC football tickets at Razorgator. See all of the ACC football teams in 2015, both home and away — from the ACC football regular season to ACC rivalry games and the ACC Football Championship!
ACC Football Championship Game 2015
ACC Football Rivalry Games 2015
2015 ACC Football - A Closer Look
11/26/14 - Last weekend, the ACC conference featured a lot of thrilling, important games. One of the better performers was Florida State, the number three team in the nation. They took on Boston College, a game that was fought to the very end. When it was all said and done, FSU pulled away with the final score being 20-17. In their win, Jameis Winston went on to throw for 281 yards and had 1 touchdown. Another team that shined in this conference was Clemson, who are the 22nd team in the nation. They took on Georgia State, beating them 28-0. Their stifling defense helped them out tremendously. Louisville also had a great game against Norte Dame, beating them 31-28. Tickets for the ACC Football Championship are available now, which start out at $23.
11/19/14 - After a narrow come from behind victory over Miami this past week, Florida State remains the only undefeated team within all of the Power 5 Conferences. As a result, Florida State will most assuredly play in the ACC Football Championship game as the Atlantic division champ. Their opponent in the conference championship game will be the ACC Coastal champ, probably either Georgia Tech (9-2) or Duke (8-2). Duke lost to Miami earlier in the season and to Virginia Tech narrowly by one point in Week 11. Meanwhile, Georgia Tech is a surprise after beating Clemson 28-6 this past week and surging ahead as first in the ACC Coastal division. Florida State may ultimately easily win the ACC Championship game to be held on Saturday, December 6, 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
11/10/2014 – Florida State continued the quest for a third consecutive ACC Football Championship with a 34-20 win over the Virginia Cavaliers. Clemson sits one game behind the Seminoles in the ACC Atlantic Division standings, but having already lost to Florida State in September, the Tigers will find it difficult to catch up. Still up for the Seminoles are matchups against Miami (tickets from $114), Boston College (tickets from $24) and Florida (tickets from $88). In the Coastal Division, Duke sits atop the standings with a 4-1 conference record, and a win over second-place Georgia Tech. On the horizon for the Blue Devils are games against Virginia Tech (tickets from $18), North Carolina (tickets from $18) and Wake Forest (tickets from $11). It seems as if the groundwork has been laid for a second consecutive matchup between Duke and Florida State in the ACC Championship Game. Tickets for the game, which takes place in Charlotte on December 6, are currently available for as low as $33.
9/2/14 - Meet the conference that is home to the defending national champions! The ACC boasts some of the most entertaining NCAA programs hands-down, making the ACC Football Championship Game one of the most anticipated events in all of College Football. The Florida State Seminoles return one of the most coveted rosters in the country this year, spearheaded by two-time Heisman hopeful Jameis Winston and revered coach Jimbo Fisher. Can this thrilling squad achieve back-to-back national championship titles? They’ll have to navigate through the treacherous ACC waters and the all-new College Football Playoff to attain the feat.
The ACC welcomed Louisville, a solid contender from the Big East, to its competitive 14-team field. Clemson looks to bounce back from losing Tajh Boyd and Sammy Watkins, while Louisville looks towards the top despite losing Teddy Bridgewater in the tight Atlantic Division. The Coastal Division is not so easy to sort out, with Virginia Tech, Miami and North Carolina all having a shot at taking the ACC crown in the title match. Get your ACC Football Championship tickets now and see which electrifying squads hit the Bank of American Stadium gridiron on December 6 in Charlotte!
Eight years ago, the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) began divisional play in football, splitting the Conference into two Divisions (not geographically) – Coastal Division and Atlantic Division. The Coastal Division includes: Virginia Tech Hokies, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Miami Hurricanes, Virginia Cavaliers, North Carolina Tar Heels, Pittsburgh Panthers, and Duke Blue Devils. The Coastal Division boasts: Boston College Eagles, Clemson Tigers, Florida State Seminoles, Maryland Terrapins, North Carolina State Wolfpack, Syracuse Orange, and Wake Forest Demon Deacons.
The ACC football schedule is set up so that each member of the ACC Conference plays five divisional games, one cross-divisional permanent rivalry game (similar to SEC football), two additional cross-divisional games (one home, one away), and four out-of-conference games. The ACC football regular season division leaders faceoff at the end of the season to determine the ACC Champion and final ACC standings. Last year, the Florida State Seminoles football team won the ACC Football Championship and ranked No. 10 in the country. The Seminoles are favorites again to win the ACC Conference this year. The last time an ACC football team won a national title in football – Florida State in 1999.
By adding Pittsburgh to the Coastal Division and Syracuse to the Atlantic Division in football (Notre Dame football will play five games against ACC opponents but will remain independent), the Atlantic Coast Conference is now a 14-team league when it comes to the most popular sport in the United States. In 2014, Maryland will leave the ACC and be replaced by Louisville. Also beginning in 2014, the ACC will send a team to the Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium for (at least) six years. Notre Dame will have access to the Orange Bowl and the ACC's non-BCS bowl tie-ins even though the Fighting Irish are not joining the ACC in football.