Pac 12 Football Tickets

Out West, 2016 Pac 12 football tickets are in high demand! Pac 12 football will kick off another red hot college football season, with the Oregon Ducks, Stanford Cardinal, UCLA Bruins, USC Trojans, and other Pac 12 football teams looking to rise to the top of the Conference and earn a BCS bowl game bid. Pac 12 football fans who want to sit in the best seats in the house at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto, or the Coliseum and Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, will find the best selection of Pac 12 football tickets at Razorgator — from the end zones to the 50-yard line. Don't miss a minute of Pac 12 regular season football, Pac 12 rivalry games, and the Pac 12 Football Championship in 2016!

2016 Pac 12 Football - A Closer Look

2015 Season

12/1/15 - After a dozen grueling games, the Pac 12 Football Championship is set. It’ll be the Stanford Cardinal taking on USC’s Trojans for the right to claim tops overall in this year’s Pac 12 conference. Stanford’s regular season record trumps that of USC on all fronts, including overall (10-2 compared to 8-4) and conference-based (8-1 to 6-3). What that means in the big game—if anything—remains to be seen, however. The winner will still need a little help in order to get a nod for the College Football Playoffs this year, but for now they’re surely focused only on the game ahead. Get your tickets for Levi’s Stadium today starting at $29 each!
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11/19/15 - Oregon may have killed Stanford’s chances for a CFP berth, but the Pac 12 Football Championship is still squarely in the Cardinal’s sights. The two top teams from the north traded leads throughout the contest, with the Ducks carrying a 12-point advantage into the fourth quarter. Stanford rallied late and had a chance to tie it in the final seconds, but a failed two-point conversion send the Cardinal to the first loss of the season. Who will ultimately represent the Pac-12 on December 5th in the big game? That remains to be seen—but you don’t need to wait to lock up your tickets for Levi’s Stadium! Get your seats now as low as $19!

11/12/15 - With a 7-0 mark in conference competition, Stanford’s looking like a pretty likely candidate for the Pac 12 Football Championship. No other team on the north side has suffered fewer than two defeats against Pac-12 squads, with both Oregon and Washington State going 4-2 thus far. In the south, the Utah Utes hold a 5-1 conference record, good for tops over UCLA and USC, each with four wins and two losses. Will these standings hold up after three weeks when the title game finally rolls around? You can find out firsthand with tickets for Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara! Seats are on sale now and they’re available as low as $22 if you act fast!

2014 Season

12/2/14 - Oregon will meet Arizona in the 2014 Pac 12 Championship game on Friday night at Levis Stadium in Santa Clara, CA. If the Ducks win, they'll likely be selected to play in the first College Football Playoff. Although Oregon has been nearly unbeatable all season, Arizona beat them 42-16 last year. Arizona Wildcats and Oregon Ducks fans looking score last minute Pac 12 Championship tickets will find the best selection of eTickets from $20.

11/26/14 - A lot of good teams are coming out of the Pac 12 this season, and last week was a showcase for many teams. One of the top performers last weekend was Oregon, the number two team in the nation right now. They played Colorado, beating them with a final score of 44-10. It wasn’t close at any point, which was partly because of the stellar play from quarterback Marcus Mariota. He’s destined for great things this season. Another top performer was UCLA, the number nine team in the nation. Taking on USC, they wanted to put on a show. They did just that, winning with a final score of 38-20. Arizona State (13th in the nation) also pulled away with a 52-31 victory against Washington State. Next week promises to be a memorable one for this conference. Tickets for the championship game can be bought now, starting out at $66.

11/18/14 - After the eleventh week of college football, contenders to play for the Pac 12 Football Championship have emerged. The North division is assured to send the Oregon Ducks to the Conference Championship game at Levi’s stadium on Friday, December 5, 2014 at 6pm, PST. The Ducks are on a bye week, but clinched an appearance in the Conference Championship game the week prior by handily beating the Utah Utes 51-27. Oregon faces Colorado then Oregon State before the Conference Championship game in December, all of which will determine whether or not they will appear in the inaugural national playoffs post season as well. The Pac 12 South Division is more up in the air. UCLA, AZ, ASU, Utah, and USC are all still in contention to represent the South Division in the Conference Championship game. Overall, Pac 12 football stock is on the rise, along with top 25 national rankings for the top Pac 12 schools.

11/13/2014 – While Oregon clinched the Pac 12 North with a victory over Utah, the race for the Pac 12 South is heating up. Arizona State, UCLA, USC and Arizona all sit within a half-game of each other for the opportunity to play Oregon on December 6, and there are plenty of compelling matchups left on the schedule. Two in-state rivalry games should bring clarity to the division race when UCLA plays USC on November 22 (tickets from $104) and Arizona State takes on Arizona on November 29 (tickets from $118). Other key matchups include UCLA against Stanford (tickets from $35) and the traditional contest between USC and Notre Dame (tickets from $104). This year’s Pac 12 Football Championship takes place at the brand-new Levis Stadium in Santa Clara and tickets start at $71.

9/2/14 - Pac-12 Conference play begins this week, can you predict who will take the North and South crowns after Week 1? Will Stanford and Arizona State have another go at each other, or will Heisman hopefuls Marcus Mariota of Oregon and Brett Hundley of UCLA duel on the gridiron? An unprecedented six Pac-12 teams grace the preseason Top 25 polls for a shot at the national title, making this year's group the best and most competitive football teams the NCAA has ever seen. If the 2014-2015 season is anticipated to be the Pac-12 Conference's best yet, why not hold the Championship Game at one of the latest and greatest stadiums in the country? In the first year of the College Football Playoff, the Pac 12 Football Championship Game will be held at the state-of-the-art Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA on December 5. This neutral field location is opposed to previous years which saw the championship game staged at the home of the team with the better conference record. Watch national title contenders duke it out in the heart of Silicon Valley, and buy your Pac-12 Championship tickets now!

2013 Season

After two Pac 12 football teams appeared in BCS games last season, fans are hoping for another exciting Pac 12 season in 2013. Stanford hopes to defend its Pac 12 title after winning the Rose Bowl and finishing the season 12-2. Oregon looks to win its fourth Pac-12 title in five years, after winning the Fiesta Bowl, and avenge last season’s loss to Stanford. Their matchup in Palo Alto on 11/7 is averaging $146.

Oregon’s Civil War matchup against Oregon State on 11/29 is the most expensive Pac 12 conference football game this season, with an average price of $256. Defending Pac 12 South Champion UCLA travels to face the Cardinal in a Pac 12 Championship game rematch on 10/19, averaging $70. On 11/30, UCLA faces off against cross-town rival USC, who is once again eligible for postseason play. The battle for Los Angeles and Pac-12 South bragging rights is averaging $197.

The most expensive Pac 12 football team in 2013 is the Oregon Ducks, whose tickets are averaging $147 at home. Washington is a close second, averaging $141. Defending champions Stanford is fifth-highest at $101. USC football tickets at the Coliseum, averaging $115, top the $110 average for UCLA at the Rose Bowl and put the teams at third and fourth in the conference. The least expensive Pac 12 team is Arizona, averaging $71, only $3 less than rival Arizona State. At spots 6-10 are Utah, Washington State, California, Oregon State, and Colorado.

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