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The NCAA Football season may have wrapped up a month ago, but the real excitement is starting right now. With the January bowl games leading up to the National Championship, the next week is just as good as the first Saturday of the season for most football fans. Tons of powerhouse programs play in early January, including the USC Trojans, Wisconsin Badgers and Penn State Nittany Lions, and then there’s still the title game to be played on January 9. If the bowl games aren’t your cup of tea, there’s always the upcoming 2017 regular season to start getting excited about. Early schedules have been released, so start looking at your calendar and get the tickets you want!
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It's bowl season for NCAA football. A few bowls have already been played. New Mexico beat the University of Texas at San Antonio by just three points in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, after the Roadrunners made a solid effort to rally in the final quarter. San Diego State beat Houston in the Las Vegas Bowl, while Appalachian State beat Toledo in the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl. Other victors in the early bowls include Arkansas State, Southern Mississippi, Tulsa, Western Kentucky and BYU. There are several more bowl games taking place this coming week in the lead up to the major bowls, including the Peach and Fiesta bowls on December 31, whose victors will play at the National Championship game. There is still time to get tickets on Razorgator.

There are just four teams left in Division I NCAA Football, and they will be whittled down to two by the end of this month. Those groups are the Alabama Crimson Tide, Ohio State Buckeyes, Clemson Tigers, and Washington Huskies. Alabama will host Washington on December 31. Clemson will host Ohio State on the same day. After that, the last two teams standing will duke it out on Saturday, January 7, at Toyota Stadium Dallas in Frisco, TX. If you do not have your tickets to the championship game, you can still find a wide variety available at different price points right here. Tickets are currently on sale for as little as $160.

Many would say that it’s the most wonderful time of the year, and that’s not just because the holidays are right around the corner. NCAA Football has closed up its regular season play last week and is in the midst of a lot of playoff and Bowl games. On Saturday, December 17, Arkansas State will take on UCF at 5:30 pm. Later in the month, BYU will be facing off against Wyoming to wrap up their season. Get all of your tickets for any and every upcoming Bowl game from Razorgator. We have a wide variety of seats and prices available, allowing you to find just what you and your friends need.

The 2016 NCAA Football Division 1 Championship is right around the corner, and the playoff picture is starting to come into view. Alabama is still dominating the standings at first place. Ohio State holds onto their second place position after fending off Michigan in a hotly contested battle over the weekend. Michigan fell to fifth place after they had previously been ranked third. Washington will look to hold onto their fourth place position, but will have to beat Colorado in the Pac-12 Championship to do so. Come find out who makes it all the way to the BCS Championship on Saturday, January 7, at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, TX. Tickets are $173 and up.

It’s been a season of surprises for NCAA football, but that’s what makes things so exciting. Despite the twists and turns, there have been several teams who have managed to mark their territory at the top of the rankings, and have stayed there all season long—but the season isn’t quite over! This week, several crucial games will be played that will not only determine conference champions, but will also influence who gets chosen to compete in the NCAA football playoff. Key competitions include No. 2 Ohio State hosting the No. 3 Michigan Wolverines this Saturday, Nov. 26. This might be one of the most highly anticipated games of the season, but don’t forget about other important contests such as Utah versus Colorado, Michigan State at Penn State and Nebraska versus Iowa. We have great seats for all the action—get yours now!

It’s hard to believe that another season of college football has basically come and gone. Most teams only have a couple of games left to play in the regular season and each team is working its hardest to do whatever it can to make it to either the big National Championship or be invited to a Bowl game. Right now Alabama is topping the charts with their impressive 10-0 undefeated record. Following closely behind is the Ohio State Buckeyes who shares a 9-1 record with four other football teams. Ensure that you don’t miss a thing as this season wraps by purchasing your tickets for any upcoming game from Razorgator.

It’s an impressive feat for a team in any sport to win nine games in a row, but it’s even more of an accomplishment in the competitive world of NCAA football! Four teams have yet to be defeated this season, and with less than a month until the final playoff polls are released, a clear picture of the NCAA national championship is beginning to take shape. At No. 1, Alabama has easily beaten some of the toughest teams out there, including Ole Miss and Texas A&M. Coming in at Nos. 2 and 3 are Clemson and Michigan, respectively, who have also managed to stay undefeated in nine games. This week, teams all across the NCAA are slated for some important matchups, and anything can happen. Keep up with your favorite team by purchasing tickets now!

From the very first time college football players step on the field during a season, everything is on the line. Each team is working as hard as they can to be contenders for the national championship. This week the NCAA Football program released the first college football playoff rankings. Alabama tops the charts with an 8-0 record. However, Clemson and Michigan have identical records with Alabama, but have been put in the number two and three spots on the charts. Texas A&M surprisingly made the cut at number four, above Washington who has yet to lose a game. See what happens this week, when the teams go head to head again this weekend.

Although the season is just half over, nothing is certain yet in NCAA football. One of the most exiting changes that occurred this week was when Michigan jumped up to the number 2 spot in the AP polls. Ohio State was number 2 until they lost for the first time this season, dropping all the way down to number 6. In the Big 12, two teams remain undefeated: Baylor and West Virginia. They play each other on December 3 and if both remain undefeated at that time, a final decision will be made. You can still get tickets to football games across the conferences to catch the action live. Ticket prices vary based on location and date.

Things are all but quiet in college football this week. In the Big Ten conference, Michigan currently stands at No. 1 with an undefeated 7-0 record, followed by rivals Ohio State at 6-1. Flying under the radar is No. 3 Penn State, who will become eligible for a bowl game with just one more win. In the SEC, Week 9 will see another big rivalry game between Florida and Georgia, who both have everything to prove and nothing to lose. Both teams also come off a bye week, and having more healthy players will only add to the intensity of the game. All that and a lot more is happening this week, be sure to stay up to date. Tickets for all NCAA football games are on sale now!

The NCAA football organization is a beautiful thing for most football enthusiasts. However, because of the way that the entire program is set up there are some serious drawbacks. The season is more than halfway over and each week, fewer and fewer teams have the opportunity for a shot at the national championship. Everyone knows that every single game counts for something and one little screw up can cost a team the national championship. There are still a bunch of big games coming up that you don’t want to miss, so get your tickets from Razorgator today to get in on all of the upcoming action. Tickets for all approaching games are still up for grabs.

The fresh start of a school year and the fall season brings the beginning of a new season of NCAA football. All football enthusiasts wait each year for the day that college football begins and this year was no different. As the NCAA football season nears the halfway point, there is a lot of competition for the top spots. Week seven has a lot of good matchups between the top 25 teams. Get your tickets today to see West Virginia take on Texas Tech or get in on the action when Alabama and Tennessee go head to head. The options of good football games are endless, so don’t miss your chance to be a part of it.

It’s only Week 2 of the college football season, but things are already starting to heat up in the NCAA. Week 1 saw a number of upsets and changes in preseason polls, including an exciting come-from-behind win for Florida State over Ole Miss. Alabama rightfully maintained its No. 1 ranking after crushing USC, and with smaller games ahead of them in coming weeks, it’s not likely they’re budging from that top spot anytime soon. Huge upsets from Texas, Wisconsin and Houston meant that they all took a giant leap into the Top 25. If Week 2 is anything close to what happened in the last seven days, buckle up for an exciting ride! We have tickets for all the hottest games on sale now!

The first NCAA college football game of the 2016 season was played on August 26. Hawaii played against the University of California, Berkley, who won 51-31. The season gets a bigger start on Thursday, September 1, with 16 games around the country. Alabama ranks number one of the entire Football Bowl subdivision, followed by Florida State, Ohio State, UCLA and Clemson to round out the top five. After this weekend, there are sure to be some rearranging of the rankings. There are several must-see games this weekend, including Texas vs. Notre Dame and USC vs. Alabama. You can still get your tickets to catch the action in person this weekend and the rest of the season.

The wait is finally over for college football fans around the nation. Starting on September 1, every day will be full of NCAA football excitement as the top ranked teams look to run the table and the upstarts in the league aim to play spoiler. The opening weekend has more marquee matchups than most fans can handle, making it one of the most exciting Labor Day Weekends in recent memory. Goliaths will fall and Davids will rise, and there won’t be a dull weekend until the season wraps up at the beginning of the 2017. If you’re a football fan, now is the time to see the college stars of today before they become the NFL stars of tomorrow.

On Thursday, September 1, 32 teams will face off in 16 different college football games. Dozens more will play in the following days, including matchups like Alabama vs. USC, Clemson vs. Auburn and Texas A&M vs. UCLA. The opening weekend of NCAA football is never dull, but the start of the 2016 season might be one of the record books. There are a handful of matchups between perennial powerhouses that will ensure a shakeup in the top 25 rankings as these teams try to make their mark right out of the gate. Close games and stunning upsets are a guarantee in that first week of September, so get your tickets now and to see your favorite team kick things off.

With the 2016 college football season about to start, fans across the nation are ready for their teams to make a run at the national title. The Alabama Crimson Tide is the top-ranked school after winning it all last year, but repeating as the NCAA Division I champs is no easy feet. Schools like Stanford, Oklahoma and Clemson are all returning a lot of talented players and are eager to dethrone Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide. Opening weekend starts on September 1, and there are exciting games up and down the ticket in those first few days. Nothing beats the start of the college season, so get tickets now to see your favorite teams take the field.

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Get ready for a new era of College Football! Razorgator has your tickets for the complete College Football experience! Each season, over 100 NCAA Division I-A football programs battle for the coveted title of National Champion. The best teams will play in one of the many bowl games around the country, but only the top four will compete in the two semifinal games, with the victors advancing to the College Football Championship Game. The season is grueling and the pressure is intense as championship dreams vanish with a single loss. Be there live to experience the hard-hitting college football action. For the best college football tickets to the biggest rivalries – from the regular season to the College Bowl games – Razorgator has you covered! Exclusive college football tickets are now on sale!
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