Rose Bowl Tickets
Jan 1, 2016
2016 Rose Bowl
Rose Bowl Stadium - Pasadena, CA
Rose Bowl Ticket Information
Take in 'The Granddaddy of Them All' in style when you order Rose Bowl 2015 tickets from Vivid Seats. Whether it's serving as the site for a College Football Playoff semifinal showdown or hosting powerhouse programs from the Big Ten and Pac-12, Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena is the place to be each January to watch some of the best programs in action on the gridiron. As college football's original bowl game, the Rose Bowl is rooted in over a century of tradition, making a trip to sunny California a must for fans each postseason.
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2015 Rose Bowl: Oregon vs Florida State (College Football Playoff Semifinal)
Experience the first-ever meeting between the Oregon Ducks and Florida State Seminoles live from Pasadena with Rose Bowl tickets from the marketplace. Each team will enter the New Year’s Day College Football Playoff semifinal clash riding a substantial wave of momentum, as the Ducks have won eight straight since falling to Arizona back on Oct. 2. The loss was more than avenged in the Pac-12 Championship game as Oregon’s 51-13 victory over the Wildcats became the latest in a long line of lopsided Ducks triumphs heading into the postseason.
The Seminoles, meanwhile, boast quite the winning streak of their own, as their program-best record was extended to 29 with a victory over Georgia Tech en route to claiming their third consecutive ACC Championship title. Looking ahead to the semifinal, a Florida State win would give the program a chance to compete for its second straight national title, while for Oregon, it would be the first national championship appearance for the Ducks since falling in the BCS title game in 2011.