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Top 5 College Football Teams

Alabama Crimson Tide - It should come as no surprise that Alabama heads the list of potential candidates to win another BCS National Championship. You may not like Nick Saban but you can't argue with his ability to win football games and create a killer squad.

Ohio State Buckeyes - Since the Buckeyes went undefeated under Urban Meyer last season they deserve to be considered contenders. Meyer is already talking BCS and he's already got the guns to make it happen. Good recruiting should make this squad better across the board and there's room for improvement on defense but hey, undefeated is undefeated.

Texas A&M - The SEC didn't know what they were in for when A&M hit the schedule. I don't care what Saban may do but when you've got a dynamic quarterback like Johnny Manziel you can beat anybody. A&M is a legit threat to win the SEC while going undefeated. There, I said it.

Florida Gators - Another SEC team that underwent improvement last season and should be running at full steam come 2014. A very strong recruiting class will pay off next season and in the years to come. The Gators are back.

Stanford - I debated long and hard on this one because I just wasn't impressed by the quality of replacement players coming in for 2014. But I never am and Stanford keeps winning.


Spurrier Rising
South Carolina gamecocks tickets may surprise a few people in the 2014 college football season but don’t be surprised. We’re here to tell you that the Gamecocks are legitimate BCS contenders. Of course there are some obstacles. Getting past teams like Alabama in the SEC would be a major accomplishment. But Steve Spurrier has a way of getting things done and his time in South Carolina has been a productive arc that could pay off in 2014.

Quarterback Connor Shaw is a Gamecocks ticket holder favorite, a guy who isn’t afraid to take a hit and do what’s best for success of the team as a whole. He’ll have to avoid injury for South Carolina to realize it’s full potential but as good as Shaw is he’ll also have to yield the field to Dylan Thompson on occasion. The departure of Marcus Lattimore would hurt any college football team. But Spurrier has a winner in the diminutive Mike Davis, a player who runs with more size than perceived. Not as explosive as Lattimore, Davis will have to get the tough yardage up the middle, keeping defenses honest enough for Shaw to take advantage in the passing game

College Football – The Rise of Notre Dame

It's been a long time coming but the Notre Dame Fighting Irish have battled their way back into the heights of college football. Many were dubious, including this writer, but it can no longer be denied that Notre Dame has a legit case for being in the Top 10. We'll see how the polls deal with it but at least they now have an argument.

It was with some surprise to me and others that the Fighting Irish went out and knocked off Michigan State last week. Doubters spent the week very quietly, pointing to the matchup with Michigan this Saturday as a yardstick for the progress this program is making under Head Coach Brian Kelly. That progress was evident in a convincing 13-6 win over the 18th ranked Wolverines this Saturday. In order to gain credibility Notre Dame would not only have to win but win convincingly against a program that has been the bearer of last second heartbreak for the past three seasons.

How does five interceptions and a fumble recovery grab you? The Notre Dame defense stifled Denard Robinson all night and denied Michigan the end zone completely. Two Red Zone stops highlighted the defensive performance.

At 4-0 the Notre Dame Fighting Irish are where they haven't been in a decade of college football and in a place some thought they might never be again. Some tough challenges remain. Stanford looms on the Notre Dame schedule, as well as a road game at Oklahoma. But may of the Irish faithful are thinking what was recently the unthinkable. And that a good thing for college football.

Alabama Crimson Tide vs Arkansas Razorbacks Preview

Talk about taking the bloom off of the rose. When fans were lining up for tickets to see Arkansas take on Alabama in 2014 it was with the expectation that the Arkansas Razorbacks were going to give the Crimson Tide a run for the money. After all, Arkansas was coming off of a good season and looked to be loading up for another fine season, with a legit shot at competing within the SEC for a possible title.

But there were some things lurking in the background that few saw coming. The whole Bobby Petrino scandal was a big stick in the spokes for a program that was definitely on the upswing. It looked to be settled with John L. Smith taking over. After all, Smith was familiar with the program and would inherit a fine quarterback and a better defense. Even the schedule was leaning the Razorbacks way as they got take on LSU and Alabama at home in Reynolds Razorbacks Stadium.

Now things have changed. Arkansas took one on the chin last week, losing to 30-point underdog UL-Monroe in a shocking upset that has the whole of Arkansas reeling. If there was any confidence factor building within the Razorbacks it's probably gone now. In a single week, Arkansas fell from the #8 team in the nation to……unranked. To make matters worse, quarterback Tyler Wilson was injured in the game and his status against Alabama is very uncertain.

The whole situation has changed the nature of this game. The Crimson Tide has to be feeling very confident, despite the assurance of Nick Saban about respecting Arkansas. Alabama pretty much destroyed Michigan in the season opener and it's pretty obvious that Saban isn't overly concerned about matching up against a demoralized and injured Arkansas squad.

There are two ways this Arkansas vs Alabama matchup can go. Either Arkansas bucks up and delivers a solid performance, not winning mind you, but delivering a good effort in the wake of their loss, or the Razorbacks fold their tents and get eliminated early in the season from any possible SEC contention.

College Football Tickets – Seeking Out the Top 10

College football tickets have their own allure. Everything from the small Div. II college up to the top tier squads in the country will draw their own fanatical fans. Some college football fans though, seek out the top contests in the country and simply have to have tickets to see nothing but Top 10 college football teams. For those fans the challenge is keeping up with exactly who is in the Top 10. So here we go.

The Alabama Crimson Tide have grabbed the #1 spot in both college polls. Their convincing win against a tough Michigan team allowed them to knock off the former #1 USC.
USC has dropped to #2 despite their win over Hawaii. Simply a question of who is playing a better team. The battle is still on.

The LSU Tigers held on to their #3 spot after winning over North Texas, beating them soundly as they should have. The Tigers and Crimson Tide will seesaw all season long depending on opponent and performance as will USC.

At #4 comes Oregon and the #5 spot is held by Oklahoma. I can't argue with that as neither has played anyone in their own league just yet.

From there we've got a mix of Georgia, Florida State, Arkansas, and West Virginia in no particular order.

Remember that the college football Top 10 is always a work in progress and starts out subjectively from the top and gets even worse as the list moves down. Toss in an upset or two and the whole thing becomes a guessing game. That's a major reason why college football draws so much discussion and dissension. There are no hard and fast answers because it's not a situation where everyone plays everyone else.

College Football – Major Coaching Changes

It's a common occurrence in college football as each and very school attempts to latch on to the big time payoff of gridiron success. Here's a look at who is where and what they might do.

Ohio State – Can Urban Meyer make up his mind? Maybe not but he can coach football. After taking leave of Florida (twice) Meyer declared his health as the reason. Suddenly he pops up and takes over the Ohio State Buckeyes. An opportune hire for Ohio State for sure. Meyer could be just the guy to pull in talent grown leery by sanctions with the promise of great times ahead.

Arkansas – John L. Smith take over at Arkansas after the lurid Bobby Petrino fiasco. This is a pick probably helped along by Smith's familiarity with the system and the players as he had just departed the program. The fact that the Razorbacks had a good season in 2011 and retained enough talent to be competitive in an always tough SEC was enough of a lure for any coach. Smith is in the big leagues now and it's going to be interesting to see if he can keep Arkansas on the ascension.

UCLA – Jim Mora Jr. takes over at UCLA and he brings a good bit to the table. He's got college and NFL experience, although he's operated mostly in the pros because of his father. If he can adjust to the college game and handle the recruiting end of the deal he should do very well.

Washington State – Mike Leach is now the man at Washington State and this looks like a good fit. His offensive acumen is top notch and the Cougars look to have players that fit his scheme. They are playing in the PAC-12 North and that means Leach has a good chance to sneak up on a few people unprepared for his wide open system.

Picking a college football coach is usually a crap shoot nowadays. Rarely do schools get a chance to pick a lockdown guy who can assure them a winning season or at least a stedy path of progressions. These four universities seem to have done just that.

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Before the Notre Dame Fighting Irish can begin to regain their lustre they'll have to come up with a quarterback who can keep them in a game. As it stands now the incumbent Tommy Rees has something to prove. The skills are there but the decision making process isn't. Rees and the Fighting Irish spent large parts of games in 2011 fighting back from self inflicted wounds. The problem for Rees and Head Coach Brian Kelly is that there are a number of intriguing prospects on the roster, including a couple of freshman, who have the talent and need only experience to complete the puzzle.
Tennessee Volunteers tickets will bring college football fans a solid SEC season with the visit of the defending BCS National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide on Oct. 20th highlighting a schedule that includes home games with Georgia State, Florida, Akron, Troy, and Missouri.

The Tennessee Volunteers will be trying to capitalize on some well earned experience in the 2014 college football season. Derek Dooley has managed to put together a talented squad capable of going as far as determination can take them. there are some weak spots but the Tennessee Volunteers could easily put together a double digit winning season in light of the fact that they have been treated very well by the schedule makers.


BCS Championship Tickets – The Very Best
BCS Championship tickets are the best in college football bar none. The 2014 BCS Championship is offering just that, a contest between the two best college football teams in the nation, the LSU Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide. Throw away all your thoughts of how some other teams were deserving of the honor of playing in the BCS Championship. Here are a few facts. The SEC is the toughest college football conference in the nation. Just to get through an SEC schedule with a winning record puts you in the top teams in college football.  A team from the SEC has now given their fans the chance to enjoy BCS Championship tickets five years in a row, won all five, and will now claim a sixth. There's no doubt, LSU and Alabama are the two best teams in the nation and the claiming of the crown will be witnessed by fans with BCS National Championship tickets.

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For those who do not follow college football, the Bowl Championship Series is a system, separate from the NCAA, which ranks teams from the Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly Division 1A). At the end of the season, the BCS invites their top two teams to a surrogate national championship game since the NCAA does not formally name a champion. The system also guarantees participation in a number of bowls from the top teams in their six "BCS conferences," supposedly the best conferences in collegiate football. The other bowls in the BCS are the Rose, Sugar, Orange and Fiesta. The BCS is considered the alternative to the "traditional" playoff systems which exist in the lower divisions of college football and in other NCAA sports.

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The six conferences with an automatic bid to a BCS bowl game are the Atlantic Coast, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Pacific-10 and Southeastern. Notre Dame, an independent school, receives an automatic bid if it finishes ranked within the top eight of the final BCS standings. No team from outside these conferences have ever reached the championship game since the inception of the BCS in 1998. In the system's history only four teams from "mid-major" (non-BCS) conferences have been invited to a BCS bowl game.

Orrin's home state of Utah is abuzz following an undefeated season by the University of Utah, which ended its season with a 31-17 blowout win over Alabama in the Sugar Bowl. Prior to the Sugar Bowl, the undefeated Utes were not deemed worthy of an invitation to the BCS National Championship Game. The game's participants, The universities of Oklahoma and Florida, each had a loss on their record but appeared ahead of Utah in the BCS standings.

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The 2014 Rose Bowl
If you've decided you need Rose Bowl tickets you've made a great choice and you've come to the right place. The Rose Bowl is the oldest and greatest of all the college bowl games. 2014 Rose Bowl tickets are delivering a premiere contest. This should be a Rose Bowl to remember and you'll want to be in the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2014 for what's sure to be an epic battle between two of college football's best.

The Michigan Wolverines earned their Rose Bowl tickets by posting an 11-1 overall record and going 7-1 in the Big 10. During the regular season the Wolverines polished off some of the top teams in college football, including a 47-21 whipping of Notre Dame, a team ranked at #2 before they met up with Michigan. Michigan quarterback Chad Henne finished the regular season with over 2,000 yards passing and 20 touchdowns while running back Mike Hart pounded out 1,515 yards and 14 TD's. Expectations are high for a superior Rose Bowl performance from this duo.

USC earned the right to play in the Rose Bowl going 7-2 in the tough PAC 10. Along the way the Trojans managed to beat four teams ranked in the Top 20, including #6 Notre Dame, Nebraska, Oregon, and California. While the Trojans were gunning for a shot at the BCS National Championship, that dream ended with a stunning 13-9 loss to the UCLA Bruins in the last game of the season. So it's going to be a determined group of Trojans looking to take out their frustrations on the Wolverines come January 1st.

2014 Rose Bowl tickets are sure to take their place in history as one of the best Rose Bowl tickets ever. Tickets to this historic college football game between the Big 10 and the PAC 10 has always been and always will be one of the most sought after sports tickets in the world. Come spend a day in Pasadena, California on New Years Day. Enjoy the Tournament of Rose, the parades and pageantry. But most of all enjoy fantastic college football with Rose Bowl tickets from CollegeFootballTickets.net.

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