Football - College (Div I-A and Div I-AA) Tickets
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All About College Football
College football is the pulse of campuses and entire states in some cases during the fall, and QueenBeeTickets.com is your place to purchase NCAA football tickets for sale. The sport is incredibly popular, and this is clearly evident when you consider that 11 NCAA teams drew more fans on average in 2011 than the No. 1 team in the NFL in attendance, the Dallas Cowboys. Michigan averaged 112,179 fans per game, and Ohio State, Alabama, Penn State and Texas all averaged more than 100,000 per contest. Tennessee, LSU and Georgia averaged more than 90,000 a game.
The passion for the sport reaches a boiling point when rivalry games are added to the mix. These games are especially intense as teams only play each other once a year in the regular season. This is unique among major American sports. Some of the biggest rivalries are Minnesota-Wisconsin, Cincinnati-Miami University, North Carolina-Virginia, Auburn-Georgia, Oregon-Oregon State, Indiana-Purdue, California-Stanford, Army-Navy, Michigan-Ohio State and Oklahoma-Texas. College football tickets to these games are especially in demand, and QueenBeeTickets.com is the best place to go to pick them up at low prices.
The major teams play in the 120-member Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). All but four of those schools play in 11 conferences. The independent institutions are Army, BYU, Navy and Notre Dame. New FBS teams in 2012 include Massachusetts, South Alabama, Texas State and Texas-San Antonio. Charlotte, Georgia State and Old Dominion are expected to join the ranks in future years.
Championship games are played between division winners at the conclusion of the regular season in six of the conferences. These include the Atlantic Coast, Big Ten, Conference USA, Mid-American, Pacific-12 and Southeastern. Leagues that decide their champions based on who finishes first in the standings include the Big East, Big 12, Mountain West, Sun Belt and Western Athletic. Discount NCAA football tickets are available at QueenBeeTickets.com for games hosted by each of these popular teams.
Discount NCAA football tickets are also available at QueenBeeTickets.com for each of the 35 bowl games that are played in December and January. Teams that win six of 12 games or seven of 13 contests are eligible to be selected for a bowl game. The later bowl games are generally the more prestigious. These include the Fiesta, Orange, Rose and Sugar Bowls. NCAA football tickets for sale are coveted items for each of these four prestigious bowl games.
The Bowl Championship Series (BCS) national championship game is the contest in which college football tickets are most in demand. The game has been held on an annual basis since the 1999 season. Prior to that campaign, the national champion was based on which teams topped various polls taken of people such as journalists and coaches. Three teams have won two BCS titles apiece: Alabama, Florida and LSU. Southeastern Conference schools have claimed eight of the 13 titles awarded entering the 2012 season. Starting in 2014, the NCAA will run a four-team playoff system that will last until at least the 2025 season.
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