Jan 1, 2015
2015 Outback Bowl
Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, FL
Jan. 1st is a day of reckoning in college football, and Vivid Seats has the Outback Bowl tickets you need to get you in the stands and watch all of the action go down in one of the most exciting events in the sport. Raymond James Stadium will be rocking as the SEC takes on the Big Ten, and it’s our pleasure to help you acquire premium seats for all of the top college football events, so when the dramatic finales of the season are set to kickoff, Vivid Seats is the place to find excellent tickets.
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When the 2014 Outback Bowl rolls around on Jan. 1 at Raymond James Stadium, it will mark nine years to the day of the first and only meeting between Iowa and LSU. Sports fans may remember that epic 2005 Capital One Bowl clash for its thriller of an ending, in which the Hawkeyes prevailed, 30-25, thanks to a last-second touchdown pass. Much has changed since then for the Tigers, who will be looking to avenge the loss. They’ve competed for two BCS National Championships, winning one in 2008, and have now earned a bowl game berth in 14 straight seasons, but have not played in the Outback Bowl since 1988 when it was known as the Hall of Fame Bowl.
Iowa, meanwhile, has returned to the postseason for the first time since 2011, and will be making its fourth overall appearance in the Outback Bowl, and first since 2009. Prior to the Hawkeyes’ brief bowl game absence, the program had captured wins in three of its last four postseason outings over Missouri, Georgia Tech, and South Carolina, and has lost just once in its last five matchups against current SEC teams.