2015 College Football Playoff Championship Game News and Updates
12/9/13 - Witness one of the biggest and best offensive matchups in BCS history, when No.2 Auburn
and No.1 Florida State
go head to head in the BCS Championship Game. Auburn’s ferocious running game, with four 500-yard rushers, including the unstoppable Tre Mason, will try to best leading Heisman candidate, Jameis Winston. The Seminoles quarterback has led Florida State to be the only undefeated record left in nation—can they make it a truly perfect season? The SEC proves to be the number one BCS breeder, as Auburn’s inclusion makes it eight consecutive years an SEC team has played for the national championship, and if they win, that would make it 8 straight national titles for the conference. But not so fast, they’ll have to get past the Seminoles in their first national title appearance since 2001. BCS National Championship Game tickets
are through the roof! Shell out $1,183 minimum for this extraordinary matchup that is averaging $2,118 a seat to see the best players in the nation tear up the gridiron at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena!
About College Football Playoff Championship Game Tickets
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Historically speaking, the BCS system, which stands for Bowl Championship Series, evolved as an answer to the problem of how to best determine a consensus national champion. At this time, there were only the final AP and UPI polls, in which selected media members and coaches named their own top-ranked teams respectively. In years where both polls named the same number one team, that team was viewed as the unofficial national champion. In years where the polls named two different teams, a “split national championship” was the result. Still, there was often the problem that the two best teams could not play each other at the end of the season due to the obligations of conferences to specific bowls. Attempts to remedy the situation began in 1992 with the Bowl Coalition, later reformed into the Bowl Alliance. In both cases, however, the non–participation of the Rose Bowl meant that the Big Ten and Pac Ten winners were not eligible for the national championship game. The problem was finally fixed in 1998 when the Rose Bowl entered into the BCS agreement. Purchasers of College Football Playoff Championship Game tickets
have been able to witness a series of great matchups ever since, with the championship game rotating yearly between University of Phoenix Stadium
, the Louisiana Superdome
in New Orleans, Sun Life Stadium
in Miami, and the Rose Bowl