Like we do every year, we put together the a college football Top 25 list based on average secondary market ticket price. We published this list on Forbes yesterday. Here is some of that article:
For the first time since TicketIQ has kept track of data, the University of Michigan does not fall in the Top 25. That has less to do with a loss of popularity of the Wolverines and more with the unspectacular home opponents on the Michigan football schedule, leading to a $115.57 average price. The annual game against Ohio State will take place in Columbus and is currently the most expensive single game on the secondary market. Michigan’s most expensive home game comes against Penn State with an average price of $198.95, but the next most expensive games barely crack a $100 average.
The reigning national champion Florida State Seminoles also fall outside the Top 25 with an average price of just $101.93. The most expensive game on the Florida State football schedule will be against Notre Dame with an average price of $237.13, 132.6% above the season average. However only two other home games, against Clemson and Florida, have an average price above $100.
To read the rest of the article and check out the slideshow, head over to Forbes.com.