Orange Bowl Tickets
Dec 31, 2015
2015 Orange Bowl - College Football Playoff Semifinal
Sun Life Stadium - Miami Gardens, FL
Orange Bowl Ticket Information
As one of the premier games in the BCS, Orange Bowl tickets put fans at this annual showcase of college football's biggest talent in Sun Life Stadium. Built as the Home of the ACC Champion, the Orange Bowl pits the winner of the ACC against a team given an at-large bid. Through our secondary marketplace, you can find premium seats to this BCS bowl game and also hunt for cheap Orange Bowl tickets. With an array of Orange Bowl football tickets available and the best support offered by any online marketplace in our industry, we're sure you will be able to find satisfaction when shopping with us.
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Orange Bowl Biography
City: Miami, Florida
Conference Affiliate: ACC
Home Field: Sun Life Stadium
Official Sponsor: Discover
Orange Bowl News
2014 Orange Bowl: Mississippi State vs Georgia Tech
Set to square off for the first time since 2009, secure 2014 Orange Bowl tickets for the upcoming Mississippi State vs Georgia Tech clash on Dec. 31 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens. It may not be the bowl game MSU fans were expecting, but with the bid, the Bulldogs set a new school record with their fifth straight postseason appearance. After opening at No. 1 in the first College Football Playoff rankings of the year back in October, a pair of untimely losses to nationally ranked SEC rivals Alabama and Ole Miss dropped Mississippi State down as low as 10th before the CFP selection committee ultimately awarded the squad the seventh spot to set up the meeting with Georgia Tech.
On the flip side, two of the Yellow Jackets’ regular-season losses came against non-nationally ranked conference foes (Duke, North Carolina), while it had little problem taking on bigger challengers like top-25 programs in Clemson and Georgia, the latter of which resulted in Georgia Tech’s first win over its in-state rival since 2008. Both Mississippi State and Georgia Tech are no stranger to the Orange Bowl, though the Bulldogs’ last time was way back in 1941, while the Yellow Jackets most recently made an appearance in 2010.