BCS Championship Game Tickets
BCS Championship Game tickets is now available! Spring Football is winding down, and while the college football season is still several months away, opening kickoff for the 2013 season is closer than you think! Get the jump on your friends and start planning your trip to the 2014 now! This is the final year of the BCS before college football turns to a much anticipated four-team playoff, with this year’s national title tilt being played in beautiful Pasadena, California at the historic Rose Bowl. Alabama enters the season as the prohibitive favorites to hoist the crystal football, with Nick Saban looking to secure his fourth national title with the Crimson Tide in the last five seasons. QB A.J. McCarron, RB T.J. Yeldon and Amari Cooper form the backbone of the Tide’s balanced offense, while LB C.J. Mosley leads what is always a fierce ‘Bama defense. While Notre Dame loses heart-and-soul LB Manti Te’o, DE Stephon Tuitt becomes the anchor of the stout Fighting Irish D, and QB Everett Golson should be even better in his second year as signal caller. The SEC continues to be the most dominant conference in college football, as Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Texas A&M all have the talent to compete for the title. Heisman-winning Aggies QB Johnny Manziel, star UGA quarterback Aaron Murray and pass rushing terror Jadeveon Clowney are just several of the players that should push their teams toward national title contention. In the Big Ten, Ohio State looks to build upon last seasons’ 12-0 record, with coach Urban Meyer and QB Braxton Miller forming the perfect combination for the Buckeye offense. Out west, Oregon and Stanford appear to be well-prepared for national title runs of their own. Stanford owns one of the nastiest defense fronts in the nation, while Oregon returns dynamic sophomore QB Marcus Mariota. Of course, don’t forget about Oklahoma, Louisville, Texas, Florida State or Nebraska either! Prominent Tickets has a tremendous selection of 2014 tickets available for the big matchup next January, so look no further if you want to see the biggest college football matchup of the season!