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Quick glance at five popular college football games/tickets coming up this season!

A quick glance at five games that are always among our most popular college football tickets:
This series will come to a close after the 2014 meeting between the longtime rivals. Notre Dame’s move to an ACC-heavy schedule left the Wolverines as the odd guys out. It ticked off Michigan coach Brady Hoke, who told a group of boosters that the Irish were “chickening-out.”
It only adds intrigue to this seasons’ meeting in Week 2 in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines have won three of four, but were unable to complete a miracle comeback in South Bend last season. Notre Dame held on for a 13-6 win, jump-starting their run to the national championship game.
This Big Ten rivalry is sneaky popular. Tickets for every meeting between the Badgers and Buckeyes always generate a ton of sales. And we expect the same this season, when these two square off in Columbus in late September.
Ohio State has national-title aspirations, while Wisconsin is anxious to see what it has in new coach Gary Andersen.
The Buckeyes have won five of the last six meetings.
Over the last handful of years, this SEC showdown has had more impact on the national championship than any other game.
With Alabama shooting for an unprecedented third straight national championship, this year’s meeting in Tuscaloosa will be no different. The Crimson Tide are consensus favorites in Las Vegas to win it all again. LSU will be out to prove that it hasn’t taken a step back, like last season’s three-loss campaign suggests.
Iron Bowl tickets deliver the ultimate southern football experience. These two programs and their fan bases despise each other, which makes this game all the more intense.
This year’s meeting will have plenty of drama, with Alabama’s national-title hopes likely on the line.
Gus Malzahn, Auburn’s new coach, will be looking to prove that he has Auburn headed in the right direction. The Tigers also will have revenge on their mind, after being shut out for second time in the last five games against Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide.
In the early 1990s, this Sunshine State showdown always played a role in who got to play for a national championship. In fact, the Gators and Seminoles met in a rematch for the 1996 National Championship.
Both teams have big aspirations again this season. The Gators went into Tallahassee last season and thumped the Seminoles, 37-26. Florida scored the game’s final 24 points to pull away.
These two teams have met in the season finale every year since 1977.

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