College Football: The Power Rankings; Ticket Monster Has the Best Prices on College Football Tickets in 2013

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(PRWEB) October 11, 2013

As far as conferences go, there is no surprise that the SEC is the powerhouse in the college football nation once again. The conference’s current nonconference record is a smashing 33-12, and the University of Alabama is alone at the very top, like always. Alabama will be going for their fourth championship title in 4 years, and their third in a row. However, as we saw last season, Alabama can be beaten, and other teams in the SEC have the plans to do so. LSU and UGA are looking to change the fact that Alabama will probably be going to the SEC championship and then to Pasadena. LSU will have the chance to take on their conference rivals when they meet on November 9th. As expected, tickets to this game, the ones that are not already sold out, are going to be quite expensive. But have no fear friends, Ticket Monster is the place to get the cheapest tickets for college football, even when they are sold out everywhere else.

The second conference in the power rankings is the Pac-12, also, not much of a shock here. The Pac-12 teams combined also have a demolishing nonconference record of 29-5, and the team on top of this bunch is the University of Oregon, sitting in the nation rankings at number two. Stanford, the defending champion of this conference, has started off 5-0 on the year, but their real test will be against Oregon on November 7th. Tickets to this game can be found at http://www.Ticketmonster.com, and folks, it is one you are going to want to miss. The University of Washington is also making sure everyone knows their name. The Huskies held on tight in a ride again Stanford, but Stanford came out on top by only three points. Washington is currently ranked 16 in the standings, and are looking to make some jumps in the future.

The third conference in this week’s power rankings is the ACC. The conference as a whole has a nonconference record of 29-9, and the team at the top is Clemson University. Not far behind, however, is the Florida State Seminoles, who are fighting just as hard as Clemson is for a trip to the National Championship in January. Clemson has beat two SEC schools in a row this past year, first LSU in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl in January, then UGA in the first week of this season. Clemson and FSU will be playing each other on October 19th for one of the biggest games of the season. If both are undefeated by this game, the winner has a solid chance of taking a trip to Pasadena for the National Championship. Tickets to the FSU-Clemson game, National Championship game, and all other college football games are for sale at http://www.Ticketmonster.com.

Here is a list of the AP Top 25 Top 10 teams in the rankings of week 7, along with their respective conference. The SEC clearly dominates these rankings with four teams in just the top 10, and 7 in the top 25. Find your SEC tickets at Ticket Monster today.

1. Alabama (SEC)
2. Oregon (PAC-12)
3. Clemson (ACC)
4. Ohio State (BIG Ten)
5. Stanford (PAC-12)
6. Florida State (ACC)
7. Georgia (SEC)
8. Louisville (American Athletic Conference)
9. Texas A&M (SEC)
10. LSU (SEC)