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Least Expensive 2012 College Tickets
These college football teams offer fans the opportunity to see catch some big-time football without paying massive ticket prices.

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Looking to see some quality college football without losing your shirt? These teams offer the best deal among the 50 biggest programs in the sport, according to ticket search engine Seatgeek.

FSU

Florida State Seminoles: $70.90

The Noles and coach Jimbo Fisher believe 2012 could be the year a team outside the SEC takes home a national title.

UNC

North Carolina Tar Heels: $72.26

Carolina looks to fight back from a tough 2011 campaign to take an ACC title this season.

ECU

East Carolina Pirates: $72.98

The pirates are looking to bounce back after a few sub-par seasons and retake its top spot in Conference USA football.

Cal

California Golden Bears $77.03

The Bears continue to produce draft-worthy talent and allow fans to see some great football without backing the USC price.

IU

Indiana Hoosiers:  $77.34

If you are looking to take in some Big 10 action without losing your savings, the Hoosiers are the team to check out.

CSU

Colorado State Rams: $77.75

The Rams are hoping new coach Jim McElwain can breathe some life back into the program.

TTU

Texas Tech Red Raiders: $77.80

Texas Tech is looking to bounce back off the bottom of the Big 12 but with five games against preseason top 25 teams in a row, it won’t be easy.

TCU

TCU Horned Frogs: $81.44

The Frogs are hoping to benefit from a move to the Big 12 and be in contention for a major bowl game.

Cincinnati

Cincinnati Bear Cats: $81.64

The Cats look to remain at the top of the Big East but new additions to the conference look to challenge the university’s highly-ranked defense.

BC

Boston College Eagles $82.06

While it’s not the Patriots, BC fans love their Eagles and look for the team to climb back from the bottom of the ACC Atlantic division.

Least Expensive 2012 College Tickets

These college football teams offer fans the opportunity to see catch some big-time football without paying massive ticket prices.

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