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The College Bowl season rolls along when the Valero Alamo Bowl invades San Antonio's Alamodome! Don't miss your chance to see Valero Alamo Bowl action LIVE! Buy your Valero Alamo Bowl football tickets now!
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Alamo Bowl Football Tickets

Many bowl games have been added to the college postseason schedule over the last two decades, and the Alamo Bowl stands out as one of the best. Held in the world famous Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, the game traditionally pits one of the best teams from the Big 12 against a squad from the Pac 12, making Alamo Bowl tickets some of the most popular contests on the postseason calendar.

The first Alamo Bowl was played in 1993 when California downed Iowa 37-3, and since then it has grown by leaps and bounds. In the last 20-plus years, the game has been responsible for some of the biggest crowds in the venue's history, including the 2007 matchup which welcomed more than 66,100 spectators, an Alamodome record. In fact, six of the 10 biggest audiences to walk into the stadium have come thanks to the Alamo Bowl.

Although it may be one of the youngest postseason games, the Alamo Bowl has provided plenty of drama over the years. Perhaps most notably, the 2005 matchup between Nebraska and Michigan featured one of the craziest plays in recent memory. Down by four points, the Wolverines had one last shot at the win and started a string of laterals that eventually ended at the Cornhusker 16-yard-line.