Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl Tickets
Dec 30, 2014
2014 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl
LP Field - Nashville, TN
Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl Ticket Information
Since its inception in 1998, the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl has become a staple of the college football postseason, annually featuring two marquee teams each December in the only such contest held in Nashville. The SEC has long held a slot while programs from the ACC and Big Ten take turns serving as challengers. As just one of many bowl games boasting the participating conferences, LP Field has hosted its share of teams over the years with schools like Kentucky, Minnesota, Vanderbilt, Boston College, and Clemson among the leaders in appearances. Secure seats for the next showdown with a purchase of Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl tickets from the marketplace.
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Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl News
2013 Music City Bowl: Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech
The 2013 Music City Bowl will provide the perfect bookend for Ole Miss' season, as the squad will return to Nashville to take on Georgia Tech in the Dec. 30 matchup at LP Field. The Rebels opened the season in the city with a win at Vanderbilt, and went on to finish the regular season at 7-5 overall, with one of the biggest moments of the year coming courtesy of a 27-24 win over then-No. 6 LSU. The victory was the program's first over a top-10 team since 2009, which also came against a sixth-ranked Tigers squad. Despite some miscues down the stretch that resulted in two losses to close out the regular season, the Rebels secured a spot in the postseason for the second straight year and will be vying for their sixth consecutive bowl game win.
The Yellow Jackets, meanwhile, will be competing in their 17th consecutive bowl game after also finishing 7-5 to qualify for the postseason. The matchup with Ole Miss marks the first time the two squads have squared off since the 1971 Peach Bowl, which was won by the Rebels. Georgia Tech finished the regular season a winner in four of its final six games, with the losses coming to Orange Bowl-bound Clemson and Gator Bowl-bound Georgia. In their postseason appearance last year, the Yellow Jackets easily handled USC, 21-7, to claim the 2012 Sun Bowl.