NCAA Football 2014 NEWS AND UPDATES
11/26/14 - The Minnesota Gophers have finally broken into the AP’s Top 25 teams after their victory over Nebraska 28-24 on Saturday, the Gophers’ first AP ranking in the top 25 since 2008. Nebraska came into the game heavily favored, but Minnesota managed to keep up with the Cornhuskers, and in the last two minutes of the match, defensive end Briean Boddy-Calhoun sealed the win by ripping the ball away from Nebraska at the two-yard line. The Gophers next take on the Wisconsin Badgers, a game that will determine a trip to the Big Ten. The Florida State Seminoles continue to dominate NCAA football, but this week Alabama rocks the rankings. The Crimson Tide lead in a coaches poll, although the AP rankings still have Florida as their no. 1. Alabama smashed Western Carolina 48-14 last weekend, and Florida State barely held on to beat Boston College 20-17. Tickets are still available to witness these top two teams, and many others, here on Razorgator.
11/18/14 - The Florida State Seminoles are currently ranked 1st in an NCAA Football poll conducted by the Associated Press, no doubt due to their incredible 30-26 win over Miami on Saturday despite being down 16 points after the first half. Alabama and the Crimson Tide stand 2nd in the rankings, and Oregon rounds out the top 3. The Mississippi State Bulldogs suffered their first loss of the season 25-20 to Alabama, dropping them down to 4th. The Oregon Ducks managed to jump up to the 3rd spot after defeating Arizona State 35-27 in Corvallis. Florida State currently boasts a 26 game winning streak that trumps almost every other team in the NCAA. Big matchups to watch this week feature the Seminoles taking on Boston College, Alabama versus Western Carolina, and the Ohio State Buckeyes against the Indiana Hoosiers. Tickets are still available for all these important games and more on Saturday, November 22nd, with some tickets as low as $27.
11/12/14 - The NCAA football playoff standings saw a shakeup after a pair of costly fumbles thwarted Auburn’s comeback effort against Texas A&M, and dropped the Tigers out of the First Four. Oregon’s dominant win over Utah was enough for the 9-1 Ducks to leapfrog undefeated Florida State for the No. 2 spot. With Auburn dropping out, TCU moved up to No. 4 after dismantling Kansas State 41-20. Mississippi State still sits at the top of the rankings, but a major road game at Alabama looms large this weekend. Tickets for that SEC showdown in Tuscaloosa start at $148. Big games this weekend include Auburn at Georgia (tickets from $123), Clemson at Georgia Tech (tickets from $56), Ohio State at Minnesota (tickets from $38), and the annual in-state battle between Florida State and Miami (tickets from $114).
11/5/14 - Oregon moved up to No. 4 in the College Football Playoff rankings this week, joining Mississippi State, Florida State and Auburn. The Ducks travel to Utah this weekend to play the No. 17 Utes at Rice Eccles Stadium. Other Top 25 games on Saturday, November 8th, include Baylor at Oklahoma, Notre Dame at Arizona State, Kansas State at TCU, Alabama at LSU, and Ohio State and Michigan State. With a win over its Big Ten rival, the Buckeyes could move into the Top 10.
10/14/14 - Mississippi State dominated Auburn 38-23 on Saturday and moved up to No.1 in both the AP Top 25 and USA Today polls. In-state rival Mississippi won big at Texas A&M and is still ranked No. 3. Florida State dropped to No. 2. There's no question this week's biggest college football matchup is Notre Dame at Florida State on Saturday night in Tallahassee. A loss by either team at Doak Campbell Stadium could hurt its chances to make this year's college football playoff. Notre Dame vs Florida State tickets start at $148. Other big games on Saturday, October 18th include Kansas State at Oklahoma (tickets from $63), Texas A&M at Alabama (tickets from $65), Oklahoma State at TCU (tickets from $56), and Stanford at Arizona State (tickets from $24).
10/6/14 - After a Saturday of college football upsets, Baylor, Mississippi State and Ole Miss jumped into the AP Top 5. Florida State held onto No. 1, while Auburn moved up to No. 2. In addition to these schools, four others remain unbeaten in the Top 25: Arizona, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame and TCU. In the SEC, Mississippi State plays Auburn at Scott Field in Starkville on Saturday. Auburn vs Mississippi State football tickets start at $196. Also, Ole Miss plays Texas A&M in College Station. Rebels vs Aggies tickets are $113. In the Big 12, TCU visits Baylor at McLane Stadium in Waco. Find TCU vs Baylor college football ticket deals from $162 on Saturday 10/11.
10/1/14 - Saturday's Week 6 college football schedule features six games between ranked opponents: No. 6 Texas A&M at No. 12 Mississippi State, No. 3 Alabama at No. 11 Ole Miss, No. 4 Oklahoma at No. 25 TCU, No. 14 Stanford at No. 9 Notre Dame, No. 15 LSU at No. 5 Auburn, No. 19 Nebraska at No. 10 Michigan State. Three of the six are in the Top 5, including two from the SEC.
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