BCS Bowls Officially Announced: Ticket Down Has Cheap Tickets for All Upcoming Bowl Games

December 8, 2013

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New York, NY (PRWEB) December 08, 2013

Ticket Down has cheap tickets for all 2013 College Bowl Games. On Sunday evening, December 8th, the final decisions were made as to which team wold be going to which bowl game. This well-known secondary ticket source is offering their special customer appreciation promo code DISCOUNT for added savings on any 2013 College Bowl Game tickets. Find the schedule below:

Gildan New Mexico Bowl

Washington State vs. Colorado State Albuquerque, N.M.

University Stadium Dec. 21

Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl

Fresno State vs. USC Las Vegas

Sam Boyd Stadium Dec. 21

ABC Famous Idaho Potato Bowl

Buffalo vs. San Diego State Boise, Idaho

Bronco Stadium Dec. 21

ESPN R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl

Tulane vs. Louisiana-Lafayette New Orleans

Mercedes-Benz Superdome Dec. 21

Beef 'O' Brady's St. Petersburg Bowl

East Carolina vs. Ohio St. Petersburg, Fla.

Tropicana Field Dec. 23

Sheraton Hawaii Bowl

Boise State vs. Oregon State Honolulu

Aloha Stadium Dec. 24

Little Caesars Pizza Bowl

Pittsburgh vs. Bowling Green Detroit

Ford Field Dec. 26

S.D. County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl

Utah State vs. Northern Illinois

San Diego Qualcomm Stadium Dec. 26

Military Bowl

Marshall vs. Maryland

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Dec. 27

Texas Bowl

Syracuse vs. Minnesota

Reliant Stadium Dec. 27

Fight Hunger Bowl

BYU vs. Washington

AT&T Park Dec. 27

New Era Pinstripe Bowl

Rutgers vs. Notre Dame

Yankee Stadium Dec. 28

Noon ESPN Belk Bowl

Cincinnati vs. North Carolina Charlotte, N.C.

Bank of America Stadium Dec. 28

Russell Athletic Bowl

Miami vs. Louisville

Florida Citrus Bowl Dec. 28

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl

Michigan vs. Kansas State

Sun Devil Stadium Dec. 28

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl

Middle Tennessee vs. Navy

Amon G. Carter Stadium Dec. 30

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl

Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech

LP Field Dec. 30

Valero Alamo Bowl

Oregon vs. Texas San Antonio

Alamodome Dec. 30

National University Holiday Bowl

Arizona State vs. Texas Tech

Qualcomm Stadium Dec. 30

AdvoCare V100 Bowl

Arizona vs. Boston College

Independence Stadium Dec. 31

Hyundai Sun Bowl

Virginia Tech vs. UCLA El Paso, Texas

Sun Bowl Dec. 31

AutoZone Liberty Bowl

Rice vs. Mississippi State

Liberty Bowl

Chick-fil-A Bowl

Duke vs. Texas A&M

Georgia Dome Dec. 31

TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl

Nebraska vs. Georgia Jacksonville, Fla.

Everbank Field Jan. 1

Heart of Dallas Bowl

UNLV vs. North Texas

Cotton Bowl Jan. 1

Capital One Bowl

Wisconsin vs. South Carolina

Florida Citrus Bowl Jan. 1

Outback Bowl

Iowa vs. LSU Tampa, Fla.

Raymond James Stadium Jan. 1

Rose Bowl

Stanford vs. Michigan State

Rose Bowl Jan. 1

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl

UCF vs. Baylor Glendale, Ariz.

U. of Phoenix Stadium Jan. 1

Allstate Sugar Bowl

Oklahoma vs. Alabama New Orleans

Louisiana Superdome Jan. 2

Discover Orange Bowl

Clemson vs. Ohio State Miami

Sun Life Stadium Jan. 3

AT&T Cotton Bowl

Oklahoma State vs. Missouri

AT&T Stadium Jan. 3

BBVA Compass Bowl

Vanderbilt vs. Houston Birmingham, Ala.

Legion Field Jan. 4

GoDaddy Bowl

Arkansas State vs. Ball State Mobile, Ala.

Ladd-Peebles Stadium Jan. 5

VIZIO BCS National Championship Bowl

Florida State vs. Auburn Pasadena, Calif.

Rose Bowl Jan. 6

As the final seconds ticked down on the Ohio State vs. Michigan State game on December 7th, several things were occurring. First, Ohio State was getting their 24-game winning streak snapped. They were also losing their chance to play in the BCS National Championship, while Michigan State moved into a Rose Bowl appearance with the Big Ten Championship. It was an interesting day and night of championship football, but let us take a look at the 10 teams that will be appearing in BCS bowl games this season.

Florida State:

The most consistent team through the entire season has been the Seminoles team from Florida State. The No. 1 team in the country is led by Heisman Trophy hopeful Jameis Winston and will be playing in the BCS National Championship. They won the ACC Championship by dismantling the Blue Devils of Duke and finished their season with a 13-0 record.


The opponent for Florida State in the title game will be Auburn. Last weekend, the Tigers beat their rival Alabama in the Iron Bowl with a missed field goal return for a touchdown as time expired and this weekend, they beat Missouri in a fun and exciting contest. The back and forth game showed a weakness in the Auburn defense that Winston could play with, but also showed the world that Tre Mason may be the most unstoppable rusher in college football.

Michigan State:

With their victory against Ohio State, the Spartans will play in the Rose Bowl against Stanford. They finished the season with a 12-1 record, including an undefeated mark in the Big Ten.


The Cardinal earned their spot in the Rose Bowl after they took down Arizona State with ease Saturday night. While they were a team that was hoping for a National Championship appearance, the 11-2 team will be happy to compete in Pasadena, Calif.


Baylor needed Oklahoma State to lose before they ever stepped onto the field to have a chance to reach the Fiesta Bowl and they did. They then needed to get a victory against a tough Texas team to finalize their tickets to the BCS bowl and they did just that, winning 30-10.

Central Florida:

UCF finished with an 11-1 record, winning the American Conference championship ahead of Louisville. UCF will come into the Fiesta Bowl as huge underdogs, but the Fiesta Bowl has seen some upsets before.


By a cruel twist of fortune, their loss to Auburn sent Alabama from a title game appearance to the Sugar Bowl. Nick Saban's team is 11-1 and has a Heisman Trophy of their own in A.J. McCarron to lead them.


The Sooners knocked off Oklahoma State 33-24 to earn their shot at a BCS Bowl. The Sooners finished the season with a 10-2 record and are appearing in their first Fiesta Bowl since 2011.


The Tigers of Clemson had a great season, but playing in the same division as the Seminoles will leave you with the feeling of being overshadowed. They looked great all season, but faltered in their last game against South Carolina.

Ohio State:

The Tigers will play the Buckeyes who will be experiencing a loss for the first time since Urban Meyer came to town. They will be led by Braxton Miller, who struggled against Michigan State.

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