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The BCS National Championship Game at Rose Bowl is getting close and tickets are going fast. Be there to watch all the college football bowl game fun and get your tickets from Ticket Liquidator. With the Florida State Seminoles looking to win their first National Title since 1999, you know FSU fans are going to be excited. You've also got the Ohio State Buckeyes hoping they can bring home a championship for the first time since 2002. And keep in mind the SEC isn't out yet, as both the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Auburn Tigers have a chance to get into the game depending on what happens in the conference championships. The BCS Championship game is on Monday, January 6, 2014 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, with kickoff is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Be there for all the excitement and get your tickets for the BCS National Championship Game today!

The BCS National Championship game is the final bowl game in the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) played annually at a rotating stadium. Originally the Championship game was designated to one of the four other bowl games (Orange, Rose, Sugar, and Fiesta), but in 2006 it was redesigned to become its own event. The 2014 BCS Championship Game will be the final time it is played in the current format, as the switch to a college footbal playoff-system was implemented earlier last season. The victor of the game will receive the AFCA National Championship Trophy, along with a $22,000,000 payout for accomplishing the feat.

BCS Game Stadiums

Since 2006, the BCS National Championship Game has been played on a rotating schedule between the other four major BCS bowl games. This includes the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona (Fiesta Bowl), the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in Louisiana (Sugar Bowl), the Sun Life Stadium in Florida (Orange Bowl), and the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California (Rose Bowl). The 2014 BCS National Championship Game goes down at the historic Rose Bowl, located in Pasadena, California on January 6, 2014 with kickoff scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Pasadena’s Rose Bowl is a great venue for a college football game, and this year’s edition should be a thriller. A maximum capacity of 94,392 football fans are going to be in attendance for the BCS National Championship Game Bowl, and they are in for a treat. Who knows what NCAA football action in in store? But you can find out!


BCS National Championship Game Fast Facts:

  • Official Name: BCS National Championship Game
  • 2014 Date: December 6, 2014
  • Location: Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California
  • Rose Bowl Capacity: 94,392
  • First Played: 1999
  • 2012 results: Alabama Crimson Tide beat Notre Dame Fighting Irish
  • Trophy: Crystal Football
  • Payout: $22,000,000
  • Official BCS National Championship Game Website

The current defending National Champions are the Alabama Crimson Tide, who have won the title the previous two years. Alabama has appeared in the game three times overall and have a perfect 3-0 record. The only team to appear more times than Alabama are the Oklahoma Sooners, who have 4 appearances, but sit at a disappointing 1-3 record. The SEC has consistently garnered the most wins and appearances in the BCS Championship out of any conference in the country, and has never lost a game to a non-SEC opponent. The 2014 season isn’t over yet, but the Florida State Seminoles and the Ohio State Buckeyes are considered to be the frontrunners for a championship game appearence this year. Alabama will be trying to continue their unbeaten streak, while Florida State will be attempting to upset one of the best college football programs in the country. Tickets to the game are going fast, so buy your tickets on TicketLiquidator.com and secure your spot in sports history.

The BCS Championship is the big dog in the BCS Championship, crowning the best team in college football, but its not the only big bowl. There are four other "BCS Bowls" that are almost as prestigious as the Bowl Championship Series Game. They are the Rose Bowl (the grandaddy of 'em all), the Orange Bowl, the Sugar Bowl and the Fiesta Bowl. Of course these are college bowl games that are full of action, but nothing like the Championship Game. Get those tickets for the Championship Game soon so that you can watch the best two teams in the country go at it live.

College Football National Champions

YearTeam
2012Alabama
2011Alabama
2010Auburn
2009Alabama
2008Florida
2007LSU
2006Florida
2005Texas
2004USC
2003LSU, USC
2002Ohio State
2001Miami
2000Oklahoma
1999Florida State
1998Tennessee
1997Michigan, Nebraska
1996Florida
1995Nebraska
1994Nebraska
1993Florida State
1992Alabama
1991Washington, Miami
1990Colorado, Georgia Tech
1989Miami
1988Notre Dame
1987Miami
1986Penn St
1985Oklahoma
1984Brigham Young
1983Miami
1982Penn St.
1981Clemson
1980Georgia
1979Alabama
1978Alabama, USC
1977Notre Dame
1976Pittsburgh
1975Oklahoma
1974USC, Oklahoma>
1973Notre Dame, Alabama
1972USC
1971Nebraska
1970Nebraska, Texas, Ohio St.
1969Texas
1968Ohio St
1967USC
1966Notre Dame, Michigan
1965Michigan St. Alabama
1964Alabama, Arkansas, Notre Dame
1963Texas
1962USC
1961Alabama, Ohio State
1960Minnesota, Mississippi
1959Syracuse
1958LSU, Iowa
1957Ohio St, Auburn
1956Oklahoma
1955Oklahoma
1954UCLA, Ohio St
1953Maryland
1952Michigan St
1951Tennessee
1950Oklahoma
1949Notre Dame
1948Michigan
1947Notre Dame
1946Notre Dame
1945Army
1944Army
1943Notre Dame
1942Ohio St
1941Minnesota
1940Minnesota
1939Texas A&M
1938Texas Christian
1937Pittsburgh
1936Minnesota
1935Minnesota
1934Minnesota
1933Michigan
1932Southern California
1931Southern Californa
1930Alabama, Notre Dame
1929Alabama, Notre Dame
1928Georgia Tech
1927Illinois, Yale
1926Alabama, Stanford
1925Alabama
1924Notre Dame
1923Illinois, Michigan
1922California, Cornell
1921California, Cornell
1920California
1919Harvard, Illinois, Notre Dame, Texas A&M
1918Michigan, Pittsburgh
1917Georgia Tech
1916Pittsburgh
1915Cornell
1914Army
1913Harvard
1912Harvard, Penn St
1911Penn St, Princeton
1910Harvard, Pittsburgh
1909Yale
1908LSU, Pennsylvania
1907Yale
1906Princeton
1905Chicago
1904Michigan, Pennsylvania
1903Michigan, Princeton
1902Michigan
1901Michigan
1900Yale
1899Harvard
1898Harvard
1897Yale
1896Lafayette, Princeton
1895
1894Yale
Princeton1893
Yale1892
Yale1891
Harvard1890
Princeton1889
Yale1988
Yale1987
1986Yale
1885Princeton
1884Yale
1883Yale
1882Yale
1880Princeton, Yale
1879Princeton
1878Princeton
1877Yale
1876Yale
Harvard1875
Yale1874
Princeton1873
Princeton1872
1870Princeton
1869Princeton

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