Capital One Bowl Tickets
The Capital One Bowl is one of the biggest of the entire college bowl game schedule, and GoTickets has the best selection of Capital One Bowl game tickets at the Citrus Bowl. All you need to do is pick out where you want to sit and order your Capital One Bowl tickets today!
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Capital One Bowl Game Ticket Info
What’s in your wallet? Hopefully some Capital One Bowl tickets for the big showdown in Orlando, Florida. Starting out in ‘47 as the Tangerine Bowl, the Capital One Bowl has emerged as one of the highlights of the college football postseason schedule. Sponsorship has changed a handful of times over the years when the game was called the Citrus Bowl, until Capital One took the reins in ‘01. Traditionally this bowl game is played on New Year’s Day, although last year’s edition was on January 2, and is scheduled to directly precede the Rose Bowl. The Capital One Bowl is an SEC vs. Big 10 battle, and gets first dibs on teams after the BCS Bowl selections. This means Capital One Bowl game ticket holders are guaranteed a prime match up to kick off a new calendar year.
Last season’s Capital One Bowl featured the Georgia Bulldogs of the SEC and Nebraska Cornhuskers of the Big Ten. Georgia, led by quarterback Aaron Murray, delivered a 45-31 victory. This was the third year in a row that the SEC defeated their Big Ten counterparts; in ‘12, the South Carolina Gamecocks stomped the Nebraska Cornhuskers 30-13. Current Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford played his final college game in the Capital One Bowl in ‘09, leading his Georgia Bulldogs to a 24-12 decision over Michigan State. Speaking of big name quarterbacks, Peyton Manning led his Tennessee Volunteers to a bowl victory in the ‘97 edition of this game, earning a game MVP award along the way. Make sure you don’t miss this year’s renewal. Get your Capital One Bowl seats soon.
The Capital One Bowl is played in the Florida Citrus Bowl, a 70,000-seat stadium situated in sunny Orlando, Florida. Being held in one of the premier vacation destinations in America ensures that lots of Capital One tickets will be sold to both the SEC fans and the Big Ten fans escaping the cold of winter for a football trip to the south. Find your Capital One Bowl game tickets today.