When: College bowls occur between December 20 and January 13.
Where: Venues are located all over the US.
Who: The top college football teams participate.
How Long: College bowl games have been around since the 1930s, and the oldest include the Rose Bowl, the Orange Bowl and the Sun Bowl.
College Bowl Tickets
Between December 20, 2019, and January 13, 2020, there will be a total of 40 college bowl games. As a college football fan, you have seen these games grow over time. You have seen your favorite programs go through intense, emotional struggles and amazing, memorable moments to be a permanent part of college football history. Maybe you recall the 2003 Fiesta Bowl of Ohio State vs. Miami where a controversial pass interference call allowed Ohio State to continue a drive that allowed them to claim victory. You may remember the 2011 Rose Bowl of TCU vs. Wisconsin where a Mountain West team with an undefeated record matched against the Badgers, and the game's deciding moment was a blocked two-point conversion. Regardless of which team you are rooting for, the memorable moments that come with college bowl games can last a lifetime. Legends are solidified with each bowl game, and many of those legacies live on in the NFL. So, if you want to witness this legacy in action, then be sure to pick up your tickets at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to a college bowl game?
You can purchase tickets to college bowl games as well as other sporting events at StubHub. With its FanProtect guarantee, you know you can buy tickets safely and securely.
How much are the tickets for these bowl games?
The price of tickets can vary widely depending on the tickets that you want to purchase. Tickets for college bowl games typically cost between $25 and $300. Tickets for the College Football Playoff will run you around $1,200.
What does the schedule look like for the college football semifinals and playoff games?
On December 28, the Fiesta Bowl will be held in Glendale, Arizona, at State Farm Stadium. The Peach Bowl will take place in Atlanta, Georgia, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The winners of these two games will face each other on January 13 at the College Football Playoff, which will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
What does the schedule look like for the other major bowls?
On December 28, the Cotton Bowl will start at noon in Arlington, Texas, at AT&T Stadium. On December 30, the Orange Bowl will take place in Miami Gardens, Florida, at the Hard Rock Stadium. On January 1, the Rose Bowl will take place in Pasadena, California, at the stadium under the same name. Also taking place on January 1, the Sugar Bowl will be in New Orleans, Louisiana, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in the evening.
What are some amazing moments from college bowl games?
The 2012 Fiesta Bowl, which featured the Indianapolis Colt's No. 1 pick, Andrew Luck, was also a high-scoring event. The game featured Oklahoma State and Stanford. Andrew Luck and Brandon Weeden, who was the 22nd pick for the Cleveland Browns, threw for nearly 750 yards. However, the major and deciding factor was the kicking game, which resulted in Oklahoma State claiming victory.Back to Top
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