College Football National Championship Game Tickets
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NCAA College Football National Championship Game
The winners of the 2015 Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl Semi Final games will meet at AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas for the first NCAA College Football Playoff National Championship game on Jan 12th at 12:00pm.
The Rose Bowl will feature Florida State vs Oregon and the Sugar Bowl will feature Ohio State Vs Alabama with the winners of each game meeting in the CFP National Championship Game.
The CFP National Championship semi final games will rotate between the six new years day bowl games (Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Sugar Bowl and Peach Bowl) every three years and will have a marquee matchup in the other two seasons.