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This season’s popular bowl games are powering NCAA Football ticket sales across the country, said Marta Ault at Late season surges by several teams have fans in a frenzy for the final top ten teams and big bowl contenders Florida State, Auburn, Alabama, Michigan State, Stanford, Baylor, Ohio State, Missouri, South Carolina and Oregon.

With seating for 94,392 fans, the Rose Bowl in Pasadena hosts the Rose Bowl game with Michigan State vs. Stanford on New Year’s Day and BCS title game with Florida State vs. Auburn on January 6, 2014.

The NCAA Football season closes with a flourish once again, culminating with a bevy of big bowl games on the calendar for college ball fans across the country.

At the top of the heap is the BCS title game, as the feisty Florida State Seminoles attempt to tame the tenacious Auburn Tigers. The game is slated to be played at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California on January 6, 2014.

According to pundits, it was an easy choice for the national championship game. The two teams have proven to be the best all season long, but only one will emerge wearing rose-colored glasses.

Alabama and Ohio State fans were stunned as these undefeated favorites stumbled late in the year. Fans, however, are ready for more football as both team’s bowl games are among the top ticket sellers.

Alabama takes on Oklahoma in what fans are predicting to be a gritty Sugar Bowl showdown. Meanwhile, Ohio State, looking to rebound after a heartbreaking loss to Michigan State in the Big Ten Championship game, faces off against Clemson in the Orange Bowl on January 8th.

Both the Cotton Bowl and the Rose Bowl have fans lining up for seats as well. Missouri and Oklahoma State were powerhouses this season, making the Cotton Bowl a must-see game.

The Rose Bowl is another top selling matchup and pits the 4th ranked Michigan State Spartans against No. 5 Stanford, with two of the top defenses in the country facing off against each another.

“After a long season distinguished by weekly drama, the climactic bowl games always sell out,” said Marta Ault at online ticket marketplace

“With so many outstanding teams in contention once again this year, we’re proud to offer fans the most comprehensive and continuously updated selection of sports tickets online, with a worry-free guarantee to protect their purchase."

“To access the full line-up of NCAA Football tickets now available, customers can go to and click on the Sports Header, then click on NCAA Football to select their team and their bowl game tickets,” said Ault.

New Year’s Day’s Capitol One Bowl has a tough South Carolina team against the potent rushing attack of the fiery Wisconsin Badgers. The Fiesta Bowl will be a difficult challenge for Central Florida as they take on a powerful Baylor team that dominated Texas in the Big 12 title game en route to an 11-1 record.

Oregon rounds out the top ten teams and looks to close the year on a high note. The Ducks had hoped for the final at-large BCS bowl bid but will instead head to the Alamo Bowl and a showdown with Mack Brown and the Texas Longhorns on Dec. 30, 2013.

Currently, the top ticket sellers, as per data provided on, are the Orange Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Outback Bowl, Alamo Bowl, Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, Russell Athletic Bowl and Capitol One Bowl.

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