SEC Football Tickets
It doesn't get bigger or better than SEC football! Now's the perfect time to score 2015 SEC football tickets and plan tailgates throughout the South. No matter where you want sit at any SEC football stadium — from the end zones to the 50-yard line — we'll put you in the best seats in the house to catch every touchdown, tackle, and highlight-reel play throughout the Southeastern Conference football season. See every SEC football team at home and on the road, SEC rivalry games, and the SEC Championship in 2015 with the best SEC football tickets from Razorgator.
SEC Football Championship Game 2015
SEC Football Rivalry Games 2015
2015 SEC Football - A Closer Look
11/26/14 - A lot of great games took place last weekend in the SEC conference. The number one team in the nation, Alabama, took on West Carolina. They dominated the game, where the final score ended up being 48-14. In their win, Derrick Henry rushed for 92 yards and tacked on 2 touchdowns. This dominant running attack is their bread-and-butter, and it seems to be working. Another top performing team was Mississippi State. They played Vanderbilt, which ended with a score of 51-0. Their offense was clicking on all cylinders, and their defense never looked more imposing and dominant. Georgia also played well, beating Charl Southern with a final score of 55-9. Tickets for the SEC Football Championship can be bought right now, with a starting price of $207.
11/21/14 - The SEC is still the most dominant conference in all of the CFB land. For the SEC Football Championship, the SEC East champion will likely be Missouri, which lost to Indiana at home but beat Texas A&M later in the season. Missouri still needs to beat Tennessee and Arkansas, and if not, Georgia might become the SEC East champion instead. Meanwhile, the SEC West champion could be Alabama, Mississippi State, or Ole Miss, whichever ultimately wins out. Fifth-ranked Alabama just beat first-ranked Mississippi State by five points in a hard-fought overtime win. However, the SEC West continues to be dominant and to cannibalize itself. The SEC Championship football game will be held on Saturday, December 6, 2014 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Whoever wins the SEC Championship game is almost assured of earning an appearance at the inaugural national football playoff games.
11/14/2014 – Auburn’s hopes for a return trip to the SEC Football Championship Game took a hit when two late fumbles short-circuited a comeback effort against Texas A&M. While Mississippi State did remain unbeaten, a victory by Auburn would have kept the Tigers in the race for the Western Division crown, as the Bulldogs still have to face Alabama in Tuscaloosa this weekend. Tickets for that key matchup are available starting at $148, and the winner of the game should have an inside track to the Georgia Dome. In the Eastern Division, Missouri leads Georgia in a tight race, but loses in a head-to-head tiebreaker as the Bulldogs beat the Tigers in October. Tough games remain for both teams as Georgia still has to play Auburn (tickets from $123) and Georgia Tech (tickets from $86), and Missouri faces Texas A&M (tickets from $52), Tennessee (tickets from $48) and Arkansas (tickets from $51). The SEC Championship Game takes place on December 6 in Atlanta, and tickets are available starting at $244.
9/2/14 - You can’t go wrong with SEC Football Championship tickets, as the game pits titan vs. titan in one of the most anticipated NCAA title bouts each year. Last season saw Auburn defeat Missouri in a SEC Championship stunner that had the world of sports in a total uproar. This kind of heart-pounding, elite gridiron action is what you can expect annually at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Which team from the West and East will you see on the first Saturday of December in 2014?
The 2014-2015 SEC season is poised to be as dominant as ever in the first year of College Football Playoffs. Alabama is determined to steam roll through the regular season for another go in the title game, but could this be the year of a dark horse contender, considering Texas A&M and Georgia ’s shining Week 1 performances? The SEC has been in the national championship since 2005, so don’t expect the inaugural year of the College Football Playoff to be without the conference with the best reputation and even greater respect. See who bests the best in NCAA with SEC Football Championship tickets today!
With the last seven straight BCS National Champions, the SEC is clearly the premiere conference in college football. Two-time defending BCS champion Alabama is showing no signs of slowing, but will still face a number of challengers for SEC and national supremacy. Georgia looks to win its third straight SEC East title, and finally take the next step in 2013. LSU also looks to return to the title game after winning the conference title two years ago, before losing to Alabama in the BCS Championship. Auburn and rival Alabama will face off in Tuscaloosa on 11/9 in the second most expensive SEC game this season, averaging $535.
The most expensive SEC game this season is Alabama’s trip to College Station on 9/14 to face last year’s Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel and Texas A&M. Averaging $649, it also the third most expensive NCAA football game overall this season. Along with LSU, the only team to defeat Johnny Football last season was Florida, who went 11-1 in the regular season and narrowly missed a shot at the SEC and National Championships. South Carolina also figures to finish towards the top of the conference, having also lost to only Florida and LSU last season.
Tied for the most expensive home prices in the SEC are Alabama and Georgia at $234, despite not playing one another during the regular season this year. The two defending division champions are followed by Texas A&M, averaging $209. Rounding out the top five are LSU at $206 and South Carolina at $162. Despite finishing last season 3-9 overall and 0-8 in the SEC, Auburn has the seventh highest average in the conference at $134. With an average price of $58, Vanderbilt has the least expensive home football tickets in the SEC.