There have been a few crazy things to happen during the 2015 college football regular season. The Michigan Wolverines, despite a recent loss to the Michigan State Spartans, have improved to a Top 25 team in the first year under Jim Harbaugh. Three American Athletic Conference teams are currently in the AP Top 25, Memphis, Houston and Temple.
Some of these shakeups have shifted the TicketIQ Top 25, which tracks the home secondary market average price across college football tickets. Despite a loss to Clemson, Notre Dame tickets still sit atop the list and surprising seasons from Michigan and Texas A&M have brought those tickets into the second and third spots. Ohio State tickets, which topped the list for most of last year have dropped to No. 4 due to a weak home schedule and underwhelming play, though the Buckeyes are still the No. 1 team in the AP Poll.
The SEC, like the AP Poll, dominates the TicketIQ Top 25 with 10 schools on the list. A&M leads the pack followed by Auburn, Georgia, LSU and Florida in the top-10. The most surprising SEC school to make the list may be Kentucky, which slides in at No. 22. The Wildcats have two big upcoming games against Tennessee and Louisville which help boost prices at Commonwealth Stadium.