College Football Championship Game Tickets
For the first time, the winners of the Orange Bowl and Cotton Bowl this season will meet in the 2017 College Football Championship Game as part of the College Football Playoffs. Razorgator has the best selection of College Football Championship tickets - from the end zones to the 50-yard line - for this year's game at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL. Be there live when the two best college football teams in the country battle to be the college football playoff champion. College Football Championship Game tickets are on sale now!
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For many years, NCAA football fans have been calling for a playoff, and they’ve finally gotten it. The city of Glendale, Arizona, is set to host the College Football Championship Game this Monday, Jan. 11, when the Clemson Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide will square off for the title of national champions. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 PM at the University of Phoenix Stadium, and while you could watch the game on TV, it can never beat the real thing. Get your tickets from us today for $199 and up. There will be lots of fun family activities happening before and after the game, so grab the whole gang and make a day of it!
12/31/15 - Deshaun Watson and the undefeated Clemson Tigers dominated the Oklahoma Sooners in the Orange Bowl, while Calvin Ridley and the Alabama Crimson Tide rolled over the Michigan State Spartans in the Cotton Bowl. It'll be Clemson vs Alabama in the CFP Championship game on January 11th in Glendale, AZ. The Tide are an early 7-point favorite, but Clemson has proven all year that it can win the big game.
12/29/15 - Do you have your ticket to the 2016 College Football Championship Game yet? There’s still time! We’ll find out who will be there today following the conclusion of the Cotton Bowl and Orange Bowl. The four contenders are Clemson, Oklahoma, Michigan State, and Alabama, and each will face a tough opponent to move on. The BCS Championship will take place on Monday, January 11 at 6:30 PM in Glendale, AZ at University of Phoenix Stadium. Tickets are still widely available and can presently be purchased at prices starting as low as $71. No matter which teams end up in the finals, you will definitely want to be part of the action.
12/24/15 - With even odds by most estimates, the College Football Championship Game is Alabama’s to win or lose—assuming they make it there by defeating the Spartans in the upcoming Cotton Bowl. ‘Bama is touted as the favorite for the 2016 clash, narrowly ahead of the Sooners and leaps above both Michigan State and Clemson. Although the first-round contests are still a week away, bettors and fanatics alike are taking their positions on the title matchup, which is set to take place at University of Phoenix Stadium on Jan. 11th. Don’t have your tickets for the game yet? They’re still available in limited quantities, but you’ll have to act quickly! Prices start at $765.
12/15/15 - Last year’s College Football Championship Game saw a showdown between Ohio State and Oregon in the finals, with the No. 4 Buckeyes pulling off a 42-20 upset to become the first-ever title holders throughout the NCAA ranks. This year, all that can be said for sure is that there’ll be a new team hoisting the trophy when it’s all said and done. No. 1 Alabama is getting set to take on the Spartans in the upcoming Cotton Bowl, while Clemson battles Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. The winners will lock horns for the right to call themselves the undisputed champions of the collegiate gridiron. The game’s not for a few weeks, but it’s the perfect time to score your tickets—get in from $795 and up!
12/1/15 - In the inaugural College Football Championship contest last season, it was the Buckeyes who prevailed as the NCAA’s top team. This year, it appears that Ohio State will not be a part of the conversation, as the field has been narrowed to five: Alabama, Clemson, Michigan State, Iowa and Oklahoma remain the five atop the College Football Playoff standings through 12 weeks of competition. The Orange Bowl and Cotton Bowl will be played on New Year’s Eve 2015 to decide to the finalists who will do battle on Jan. 11th for the right to claim the collegiate football throne. Tickets are on sale now for the big game at University of Phoenix Stadium—prices start at $795, get yours while they’re hot!
1/5/15 - The game is finally here. The Oregon Ducks are taking on the Ohio State Buckeyes for the chance to become national champions. A lot is at stake, which should bring out the best in both teams. It comes down to who can control the momentum of the game, which takes place next Monday, January 12, 2015. For Oregon, they need to rely on the dynamic play from Marcus Mariota. He’s a Heisman winner for a reason, and if he can mix it up running and throwing the ball, they have a great shot at winning it all. For Ohio State, they need their defense to step up big, and prevent Mariota from scrambling outside the pocket. It’s a great game and tickets can be bought now for $378.
1/2/15 - The biggest game in college football is almost here, which takes place at the AT&T Stadium on January 12, 2015. The matchup is set, featuring the Oregon Ducks and Ohio State. Both teams sealed their fate tonight, Thursday January 1, 2015. Oregon dominated FSU, beating them 59-20. It wasn’t even close. Marcus Mariota had a stellar game, throwing for 338 yards with 2 touchdowns. If he can replicate this type of performance, they have a great shot at winning it all. Ohio State played one of their best games against Alabama, beating them 42-35. It was a close game, but Ezekiel Elliott proved to be too dynamic, rushing for 230 yards with 2 touchdowns. He looked dominant tonight.
1/1/15 - In the battle of the the past two Heisman winners, Marcus Mariota and the Oregon Ducks dominated Jameis Winston and the Florida State Seminoles 59-20 in the Rose Bowl. Only up 5 at halftime, the high-flying Ducks forced numerous turnovers and scored 41 points in the second half to run away with the win. At the Sugar Bowl, underdog Ohio State won a thriller over No. 1 Alabama 42-35. The Buckeyes trailed 21-6 early, but behind 230 rushing yards from Ezekiel Elliott (a Sugar Bowl record), Ohio State willed its way to an impressive College Football Playoff semifinal victory at the Superdome. Oregon and Ohio State will meet in the 2015 College Football Championship on January 12th in Dallas. College Football Championship tickets will be some of the hottest of the new year.
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.