Jan 1, 2015
2015 Rose Bowl
Rose Bowl Stadium - Pasadena, CA
Take in 'The Granddaddy of Them All' in style when you order Rose Bowl tickets this season! Pasadena will be coming up roses once again with a pair of the nation's top football teams set for another January shootout at the Rose Bowl. College football's original bowl game, the Rose Bowl is rooted in over a century of tradition. Make a play for Rose Bowl football tickets today and partake in all the festivities in sunny California.
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The matchup for the 100th installment of the Rose Bowl has officially been set, with the Pac-12’s Stanford Cardinal back for the second straight year, while the Big Ten’s Michigan State Spartans will be making an appearance in the contest for the first time since 1988. Each team solidified its spot thanks to a victory in its Dec. 7 conference championship game, as Stanford knocked off Arizona State, 20-14, and Michigan State upset previously undefeated Ohio State, 34-24. The Big Ten, which had been represented by the Wisconsin Badgers in each of the past three seasons, will be seeking its first Rose Bowl win since Ohio State accomplished the feat in 2010, while Stanford will be looking to claim its second consecutive victory in the contest.
As usual, the 2014 Rose Bowl Game will take place Jan. 1 at Rose Bowl Stadium, with the annual Rose Parade preceding “The Granddaddy of Them All” on the morning of New Year’s Day. In conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the Rose Bowl Game, an All-Century Class will be honored to help commemorate the historic milestone. The members of the class, as selected by the Football Writers Association of America, include George Halas, Ernie Nevers, Don Hutson, Howard Jones, Charley Trippi, Woody Hayes, John McKay (All-Century Coach), Archie Griffin (All-Century Player), Bo Schembechler, Ron Dayne, Vince Young, and Montee Ball.