College Football Championship Game 2015 News and Updates
12/24/14 - With less than three weeks left until the first College Football Championship game under the new College Football Playoff system, the Alabama Crimson Tide and Oregon Ducks are both favorites to win by more than a touchdown in the Sugar Bowl and Rose Bowl respectively. ESPN, Yahoo and others recently rated the Rose Bowl this year’s top bowl game, with the Sugar Bowl second. In 2015, it’ll be the first time the winners of these two games meet to determine one true college football champion. While Oregon and Florida State have the last two Heisman winners going head-to-head on New Year’s Day, Alabama’s Blake Sims is a first-year starter and Ohio State’s Cardale Jones a third-string backup who’s now a household name after his breakout performance in the Big Ten Championship. All four teams have the players to win on January 1st, but it could come down to the two best quarterbacks leading their team to the College Football Championship at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.
12/7/14 - We're one step closer to knowing who will play in the 2015 College Football Championship game after today's College Football Playoff rankings were released. The College Football Playoff semifinals will be Alabama Crimson Tide vs Ohio State Buckeyes in the Sugar Bowl and Oregon Ducks vs Florida State Seminoles in the Rose Bowl. The winners of the two semifinal games will meet in the CFP Championship game on January 12th at AT&T Stadium.
You know every game matters during the regular season, but there’s nothing quite like experiencing the raw intensity of a National Championship Game. Now that the NCAA College Football Playoff system is in action, the stakes are higher than ever. A 13-person selection committee, comprised of former coaches, commissioners, athletic directors and more, will determine which of the nation’s top four teams will make it to the College Football Playoff. From there, the schools will claim their own destiny on the field—no computers, no calculations, just football. The top two teams to emerge from the semifinals (held at the Rose Bowl and Cotton Bowl) will advance to the first-ever 2015 College Football Championship Game at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Jan. 12, 2015. Who will hoist the glorious new College Football Trophy and become the first undisputed national champions in CFB? Buy your 2015 College Football Championship Game tickets today, and see which school will etch their name in history books this season.