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Pac 12 Football Championship Game Seating Chart (Oregon vs. Utah) | Allegiant Stadium
Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas will play host to the Pac 12 Championship game for the sixth consecutive year this year, and this year’s contest will feature a matchup between the Pac 12 North’s Oregon Ducks and the South’s Utah Utes. It’s arguably the biggest college football game held on the west coast each year, ...Read More →
Top 3 Sweet Sixteen Matchups and Predictions
The Sweet Sixteen is the best round of the NCAA Tournament. Not only does it show who’s a legitimate title contender, but it weeds out who’s been lucky. This weekend’s tourney matchups have the makings of instant classics. TickPick ranks the three most anticipated games of the weekend. Oh, and if you’re planning on attending ...Read More →
Jamies Winston, Marcus Mariota Offer Contrasting Confessionals
The NFL channel on YouTube recently posted a series of video confessionals from highly-touted rookie quarterbacks. The subjects of the videos: Jameis Winston of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Marcus Mariota of the Tennessee Titans. Needless to say, one of these things is not like the other. Winston, the former Florida State signal caller and ...Read More →
Would You Swipe Right on This College Football Mascot?
In a genius marketing ploy by the Oregon Ducks (tickets), Puddles, as the Oregon Ducks mascot is known, is looking for a date on Tinder. Seriously. You could be going to the next Ducks game with Puddles as your significant other. Check out the video: Pure. Genius. Look at the University of Oregon interacting with them millenials! I wonder ...Read More →