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Alamo Bowl Tickets

Alamo Bowl tickets

Alamo Bowl Schedule

If you're looking for a top-tier slice of college football, you're definitely in the right spot, as the Alamo Bowl is just one of those games that is always drawing in thousands of college football fans for a reason, and it definitely isn't because it's lacking in big-time playmakers and highlight-reel action. The Alamo Bowl is one of the biggest postseason games in college football, and always features some of the bets players in the sport. Bringing together talented programs from both the Pac-12 and the Big 12, one thing you're guaranteed to see is plenty of amazing athletes headed for the next level, as these two conferences have programs that are revolving doors for some of the most talented players in the entire country. There isn't anything better than bowl season if you're a true college football fan, and it doesn't get any better than seeing the big game from the Alamodome in San Antonio, a town that has a rich history of athletic excellence. The Alamo Bowl is just one of those games that tends to have plenty of star power, which is why it's always the place to be if you're looking to see a great bowl game. This season's contest is set to take place on January 2, 2015 and should be one of the biggest events of the year.

It's incredible to see two top teams in person, especially when their entire season is on the line. Both squads will have spent all season long working toward this game, and every player involved will be willing to give it their all on the field in search of victory. The action in a game like this is always intense, and anyone lucky enough to be in the stands will understand why folks around the country clamor to gain access to bowl games each and every season. If you've never been to a huge contest like the Alamo Bowl, then it's time to change that. Come out and see all of the bone-jarring hits, spectacular catches and eye-popping throws that will have you talking long after the game is over, mainly because it doesn't get any better than college bowl season if you're a fan of the sport. As soon as you're there soaking up the vibes of a big game, with two talented teams digging in looking to put the final touches on a huge win, you'll be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else. It's college football bowl season, and you can be a part of it.


Fan Experience

When your favorite team storms the gridiron for an electrifying matchup against a rival, you'll understand the difference between seeing them on your fancy TV and seeing them from the stands. When it comes to a big college football game, fans swarm to the stadium to catch the action in person. Ever since it first got rolling in 1993, the Alamo Bowl has been bringing together some of the best teams in college football to conclude the season on a high note. When you're alongside tens of thousands of passionate fans that pour into the stands, you'll be glad that you're not sitting at home watching on that disappointing little flatscreen, as college football is one of those sports that you can't truly appreciate until you're actually there for all the crucial moments of a big game. The Alamo Bowl certainly qualifies, making this a game you don't to skip if you're looking for a gridiron thrill in the San Antonio area.


Alamo Bowl Trivia

Did you know that current NFL quarterback Drew Brees was once the MVP of the Alamo Bowl?

The year was 1998 and Purdue was in a battle with number four Kansas State in a game that they were a big-time underdog. The good news was that they had Drew Brees and defensive MVP Roosevelt Colvin, who helped keep them close long enough for them to pull it off in a clutch, 37-34 victory. Brees had a great college career and has gone on to star on the pro level. See who the next great players to take the field for the Alamo Bowl will be by taking to the stands at this year's game.


Alamo Bowl History

The inception of the Alamo Bowl dates back to 1993, and it was created to celebrate the football legacy of South Texas. This game annually features two of the best teams in college football going head to head for some incredible pigskin action. As one of the best college bowl games around, the Alamo Bowl is always loaded with unbelievable athletes that know a thing or two about putting on a show, making it always a great time to get out and join in the excitement. The first Alamo Bowl featured the California Bears, who took down the Iowa Hawkeyes by a score of 37-3 in front of more than 45,000 fans. 2011 saw one of the most exhilarating bowl games in history at the Alamo Bowl when Baylor Bears and Washington Huskies put up more than 100 points combined. The Bears were able to win that contest by a score of 67-56 in a contest that everyone in attendance will never forget. Get out to see the next great chapter in this college football tale.


Alamo Bowl Fans

We all know there are so many different ways to be entertained these days that it can make your head spin to look at the options, but there's a reason why thousands upon thousands of fans continually come to the stands during college bowl season to see the best of the best in college football. Though we all know the pros are great to watch too, there is something extra special about watching two programs when it's only school pride that's on the line, which is exactly what keeps fans turning up to the Alamo Bowl each and every December. As soon as you're there watching two of the best teams in the nation storm the gridiron for an unbelievable conclusion to another epic college football season, you'll be very glad that you're not sitting anywhere else.

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02 Jan 2015
Alamo Bowl 2015 Tickets Jan 02, 2015 5:45 PM
Alamodome
San Antonio, TX
5:45 p.m. CST
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