Week 4 of the 2015 College Football season is upon us, and if you haven’t revelled in all of the madness yet, the clock is quickly ticking. From Ole Miss catapulting up the AP Top 25 Poll after defeating Alabama to Ohio State’s reign as the team to dethrone, the first three weeks have been nothing short of stellar for college football fans across the nation.
Dallas’ AT&T Stadium will be the hosting site of this week’s top-priced game on the secondary market when Texas A&M hosts Arkansas on Saturday. Riding high at 3-0, Florida returns home to play Tennessee in the second most expensive game this week on Saturday afternoon. Rounding off this week’s top games list is Maryland at West Virginia, Mississippi State at Auburn and Utah at Oregon. Below is Week 4’s top games list, according to TiqIQ:
Texas A&M vs Arkansas (AT&T Stadium) | $231.70 | Get-in: $82
After welcoming the 2015 AdvoCare Classic between Wisconsin and Alabama earlier this month, AT&T Stadium will again host college football this Saturday when Texas A&M takes on Arkansas. The average secondary market price for Texas A&M vs Arkansas tickets at AT&T Stadium is $231.70, easily making it the most expensive game this week. The cheapest available ticket is now listed for $82.
Texas A&M looks to continue its winning ways against a struggling Razorbacks team. The Aggies head to Arlington at 3-0 and find themselves climbing the AP Top 25 Poll, where they now sit at No. 14. It will be the first SEC meeting for both teams this season. Texas A&M’s perfect season continues and Hipmunk.com can get Aggie fans to Kyle Field. As many fans will be traveling for this game, they can search through Hipmunk for the most economical Dallas hotel to see the game in person.
Tennessee at Florida | Avg. Price: $178.04 | Get-in: $92
The Florida Gators will head home to Ben Griffin Hill Stadium this Saturday to take on the Tennessee Volunteers in what will be the second most expensive game on the secondary market this week. Florida vs Tennessee tickets now average $178.04 and the get-in price is $92. It will be the second top-priced game in Gainesville this season, trumped only by a November 28 matchup with Florida State ($213.95 avg./$100 get-in).
The Gators will face their biggest test yet against the Vols, who pinned 55 points on Western Carolina last week after an overtime loss to Oklahoma during Week 2. Tennessee will be looking to keep its offensive momentum alive against an undefeated Florida team on the road.
Maryland at West Virginia | Avg. Price: $150.54 | Get-in: $115
Mountaineer Field will be alive and well this Saturday when West Virginia hosts Maryland in the third top-priced game of the week. The average secondary market price for West Virginia vs Maryland tickets is $150.54 and the get-in price is $115. It is the most expensive home game remaining on West Virginia’s schedule this season.
Saturday’s game will be the third straight home game for the Mountaineers, who cruised to victories against the Georgia Southern Eagles and Liberty Flames over the first two weeks of the season. The Terps will play their make their first road trip of the young season after posting two wins against Richmond and USF in between a loss from Bowling Green.
Mississippi State at Auburn | Avg. Price: $144.59 | Get-in: $64
Auburn looked poor defensively against LSU last weekend, allowing 45 points in their first loss of the season. The Tigers dropped off the AP Top 25 Poll with the pivotal SEC loss, though ticket prices still remain high for their bout with Mississippi State this weekend. Auburn vs Mississippi State tickets on TiqIQ now average $144.59 and the get-in price is $64.
In 88 meetings dating back to 1891, Auburn holds quite the competitive edge against Mississippi State at 61-25-2. However, the Bulldogs won 2014’s affair with relative ease, posting a 38-23 victory in Starkville. They’ll look to repeat the same result in Alabama this Saturday.
Utah at Oregon | Avg. Price: $133.27 | Get-in: $76
Rounding off this week’s top games list is a matchup between Oregon and Utah at Autzen Stadium on Saturday. The average secondary market price for Oregon vs Utah tickets is $133.27 and the cheapest ticket is $76. It will be the third highest-priced game on Oregon’s schedule at home this season, exceeded only by a November 27 game against Oregon State ($201.31 avg./$106 get-in) and November 21 against USC ($211.75 avg./$117 get-in).
Following the Heisman year of quarterback Marcus Mariota, Oregon has relied on Eastern Washington transfer Vernon Adams under center, who has led them to a 2-1 record entering their second consecutive home game this weekend. Utah has looked good over the first three weeks of play, taking down both Michigan and Utah State at home before claiming its third victory over Fresno State on the road last Saturday.