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Cheap BCS Championship Tickets: Popular Wisconsin-Based Ticket Company Offers Some Of The Cheapest BCS Championship Tickets Available In The Secondary Market.

Fans who are searching for cheap BCS Championship tickets online find themselves shopping at, an increasingly popular ticket company based in Wisconsin. The title game will be played in Miami Gardens, Fla., on Jan. 7. The kick

GERMANTOWN, Wis., Dec. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Fans shopping for Cheap BCS Championship Tickets have followed an engaging 2012 college football campaign as 124 teams have battled all season long to be one of the two teams playing in this game. The season got under way on Aug. 30 with 12 of those teams calling new conferences home. Also, four schools moved up to the FBS ranks in 2012: Massachusetts, South Alabama, Texas State and UTSA. Boise State, TCU and Texas State played in expanded stadiums in 2012, while California returned to a renovated stadium in Berkeley after playing the 2011 campaign in San Francisco. 


College football is one of the most popular sports, and it is the only one that includes teams that average more than 100,000 fans per game. In fact, 11 NCAA football teams average more fans per game than any NFL franchise. With all of this passion and interest in the sport, it comes as no surprise that tickets for the BCS Championship are among the best sellers among ticket companies. Fans of the game are among the most dedicated of any American sports fans, and they have been showing it by picking up tickets for the BCS Championship already. The opportunity to experience college football at its finest, both in the stands and on the field, is one that those looking for the cheap BCS Championship tickets are excited to take advantage of. 

The game will kick off at 8:30 p.m. on Jan. 7. The host facility will be Sun Life Stadium, a stadium that also plays host to Miami Hurricanes and Miami Dolphins home games. The facility is located in Miami Gardens, 15 miles north of downtown Miami. It has played host to three previous BCS Championships. Most recently, a crowd of 78,468 that had purchased BCS Championship tickets on sale witnessed Florida knock off Oklahoma 24-14 to claim the title on Jan. 8, 2009. 

College football is one of the most popular sports in the United States, and the high number of people purchasing BCS Championship tickets on sale has helped show that. It is noteworthy to also consider that 11 NCAA football squads averaged more fans per game in 2011 than any of the NFL teams. Michigan led the way with an average attendance figure of 112,179. The Wolverines were followed, in order, by Ohio State, Alabama, Penn State, Texas, Tennessee, LSU, Georgia, Florida, Texas A&M and Auburn. The first five teams on that list averaged more than 100,000 fans per game. is also the place to go to purchase Cheap NFL Football Tickets for all games, all season. Cheap AFC Championship Tickets and Cheap NFC Championship Tickets will also be made available to fans of the game. Perhaps the most popular tickets that will be offered this year will be Cheap Super Bowl Tickets for 2013. That exciting game will be played on Feb. 3 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.

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