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NCAA Football

Football fever in the US is high all year round. And while the entire country waits for the NFL games with bated breath, the college games organized by the NCAA also see equal passion by young fans.

NCAA football refers to intercollegiate football in the US. Many large universities and small colleges participate in the NCAA games. Want to see your college compete or just want to cheer the young talent? Get tickets to the subsequent NCAA Division I football games right away!

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NCAA football is one of the most popular sports in the US. Thousands of athletes dream of being a part of these games. And they get compensated fairly through scholarships or tuition reimbursements. Moreover, these athletes can also use their image to earn apart from the scholarships they receive.

In the NCAA, there are also four levels of football games, which include the FBS, FCS, Division II, and Division III. Out of these, the FBS is the highest level.

NCAA FBS teams are divided into conferences. The leading conferences participating in the games include:

  • Big Ten Conference
  • Big 12 Conference
  • American Athletic Conference
  • Atlantic Coast Conference
  • Sun Belt Conference
  • Pac-12 Conference

And many others like these.

The College Football Playoff National Championship game held during the postseason determines the national champion college of the NCAA football. Usually, an NCAA football season lasts from August to September and involves around 12 per season.

The Popularity of the Games

As mentioned earlier, the NCAA games attract huge viewership, both live and on TV. The first NCAA games started being broadcasted on TV networks in around 1939. For a few years after that, the broadcasting rights were controlled by the NCAA football schools and organizers. 

Today, however, most popular sports networks like ESPN, Fox, CBS, ABC, etc., broadcast these games to a large audience. In 2014 alone, about 26 million people tuned into these games.

Judging by these numbers, you can guess how crowded the stadiums must get every time an NCAA football game is organized. Be it the big players from one of the conferences or the independent schools participating; the games indeed see a large audience.

Finding a seat, that too a good one, in such a tightly packed stadium is next to impossible if you don’t book your tickets ASAP. So don’t wait too long to get your hands on them.