2015 Sugar Bowl
The Sugar Bowl has been one of the most recognizable football games on the planet for quite a while
at this point, as college bowl season is simply a special time of year for college football fans and it all comes together
in a very big way on game day. Held at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, this is a game that comes with an incredible
atmosphere every single time out, though this year you might fight even more enthusiasm than usual as college football heads
into an exciting new era. Now with a playoff system in place, the Sugar Bowl's intensity is kicked up a notch and this is
a game that will be vital to the title chances of the teams that play here, which makes for an unbelievable matchup loaded
with star power and championship dreams.
In 2014, it was the 11th seeded Oklahoma Sooners who dazzled audiences by taking
down the Alabama Crimson Tide in a riveting 45-31 game, marking the 80th time that the Sugar has been played since its first
time back in the mid-1930s. Considering the different teams that have played and won here, it's not exactly a secret that
the Sugar Bowl is known as a game in which you'll find some of the most explosive athletes in the game, not to mention some
of the very best amateur athletes in the entire world. If you've never been out to see the Sugar Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Superdome,
there has never been a better time to change that.
And that's because it's always powerhouse versus powerhouse when
it comes to the yearly Sugar Bowl, making this one of the most buzzed about college football games of the season. Come out
and see some of the brightest stars in college football as they look to light up the scoreboard and give their fans plenty
of thrills in the process, as there is nothing quite like being there in the stands when the game is on the line and two heavily
talented teams are digging in. When another magical moment in Sugar Bowl history happens right before your very eyes, you'll
definitely be glad that you're not still sitting at home.
Sugar Bowl Team Info
Over the years, the Sugar
Bowl has been a game featuring some of the most intense college football action in history, and you'll understand loud and
clear what all the excitement is about if you get out to see the action up close and personal. Come out and see some of the
best players in the country as they battle it out with everything on the line in a remarkable game that is always brimming
over with anticipation. Recent winners include Oklahoma, Louisville, Michigan and Ohio State, which gives just a small sampling
of the type of talent level that fans have come to expect from one of the most prominent sporting events of the year. Add
it all up and the Sugar Bowl remains the gold standard when it comes to college bowl season, providing more than enough incentive
to snag a few seats and see which team will come out on top this time round.
The College Bowl Game Experience
there for all of the hard-hitting college football action, from highlight reel runs and eye-popping catches to clutch throws
that will have you jumping out of your seat in no time. With a game loaded with players that know how to put on a show, you'll
see first-hand why the college football has become the cream of the crop in American sports. Though we know there are all
kinds of different ways to follow the action these days, you're way off if you think that you're going to find a similar atmosphere
anywhere but the stands at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, a venue that has been renowned for being one of the top football stadiums
in the entire world. As two talented teams go back and forth trading blows, the entire atmosphere will completely speak for
Sugar Bowl History
First dating all the way back to 1935, this is an annual event that has long
been a major component of college bowl season, where the stakes are raised through the roof and the best players in the country
turn into legends as they lead their teams to victory. Played on or right near New Year's Day, the Sugar Bowl has also become
one of the top ways for a sports fan to celebrate another year, and that's not likely to change any time in the near future.
Overall, Alabama has played the most times in this one with 14 different appearances, though LSU (13), Florida (9) and Georgia
(9) are not too far behind. With eight decades under its belt, the Sugar Bowl now heads into an exciting new chapter as it
gets to be the backdrop for one of the most important games of the newly adopted playoff system, which will keep fans pouring
into the stands to see some of the top teams in the nation battle it out with their seasons hanging in the balance.
Sugar Bowl Trivia
What year did Bo Jackson win the Sugar Bowl's Most Outstanding Player?
The answer is
1984, as Jackson led his Auburn Tigers to victory in a hard-fought 9-7 nail-biter against the Michigan Wolverines.
Sugar Bowl Fans
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome is never exactly lacking in passion and enthusiasm as the home to
the New Orleans Saints of the NFL, but it's hard to top the atmosphere you'll get at the Superdome when it's Sugar Bowl that's
about to get underway. Put down the remote and get ready to see one of the top college football games of the season in a matchup
sure to be filled with ankle-breaking jukes, spectacular catches and bench-gripping moments that you you'll be talking about
long after it's over. Though we know it's the talent in the Sugar Bowl that gets fans into the stands in the first place,
it's the fans themselves who help to complete the experience, and it won't take long for you to get swept up into the rush
of the moment as you cheer on your favorite team alongside tens of thousands of other passionate fans.