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Count on us for cheap tickets to see all of your coveted college teams crush their opponents this fall.  Whether you’re rooting for the Crimson Tide, the LSU Tigers – or pulling for the Ducks, Razorbacks, Trojans, Cardinals, Bulldogs, Bears, Badgers, Wolverines, Sooners, Seminoles, Ragin’ Cajuns, Horned Frogs or any another school – we’ve already got your tickets to the 2014/2015 season. Plus, even more tickets will be available as we get closer to kickoff time. Just click on the school or schools you want to see and you’ll be sure to get the best selection of cheap, discounted and best-priced seats available here at BuyAnySeat.com.


NCAA Football History: Football has been a college sport for over 140 years, since the first intercollegiate game was played on November 6, 1869 in New Brunswick, New Jersey. On that day, Princeton and Rutgers, using a round soccer-style ball, played on a huge field (120 yards long and 75 yards wide) with 25 players on each side and no refs! Rutgers scored six goals to the visitors' four, and after that, the teams had dinner together.


In 1875, an egg-shaped, leather-covered rugby ball was adopted for play and normal procedure was to have three officials on hand. Still, the sport did not really begin to resemble the modern game until former Yale player Walter Camp revised the rules in the early 1880s, limiting the players to 11 on each side and establishing a scrimmage system for putting the ball in play. With these changes the game spread more rapidly, and by the start of the 20th century, some 250 colleges were participating.


By 1905 however, the sport had become increasingly violent. President Teddy Roosevelt threatened to ban college games following a series of player deaths from the mass formations and gang tackling. To make the game safer and set rules governing the sport, the Intercollegiate Athletic Association of the United States (IAAUS) was formed in 1906, and re-named the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).


Today, college teams in the NCAA typically play other similarly sized schools through the NCAA's divisional system. Division I generally consists of the major collegiate athletic powers with larger budgets, more elaborate facilities, and more athletic scholarships. Football teams in Division I are further divided into the Bowl Subdivision and Championship Subdivision where teams compete in bowl games to determine the season champ. Division II consists primarily of smaller public and private institutions that offer fewer scholarships, and Division III institutions that do not offer any scholarships.

Teams in each of these divisions are further divided into various regional conferences based on school size and regional location. The most well known NCAA conferences include the Atlantic Coast, the Big Ten (northern Midwest), the Big 12 (Midwest), the Pacific-10 (Western states), the Southeastern Conference, and the Ivy League (Northeast). Many university stadiums hold more than 50,000 spectators, while a few hold more than 100,000. For the best seats at the best prices at any of these stadiums anywhere, simply click on the college team you want to see.




   


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