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With the upcoming game between Texas A&M Aggies and Oklahoma Sooners, fans of both teams are scrambling for the coveted seats at Cowboys Stadium. The stands will definitely be packed, and fans can visit to purchase the remaining Cotton Bowl Tickets before they are completely sold out.

(PRWEB) December 24, 2012

Cotton Bowl Tickets are available now for this year's battle between Texas A&M and the Oklahoma Sooners as has added new seat inventory for fans to purchase. On January 4th Texas A&M Aggies will meet Oklahoma Sooners in the 77th AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic, in which the two football giants will battle for the win. College football fans can find Cotton Bowl Tickets Here Now.

Many Cotton Bowl Classic fans worry that the teams will not offer the traditional thrill of the Big 12 - SEC showdown. Given that in the last 20 years, this is the 19th OU - A&M game, the Aggies are still seen as a Big12 type team, especially against the Sooners. Additionally, if OU wins, they won't walk away with the same conference pride that should come from a Cotton Bowl Classic SEC defeat. Of course, a loss would be all the more embarrassing, making this a slight no-win situation for Oklahoma.

Despite all of this, the Aggies are 4.5-point favorites over the Sooners. They finished the regular season in style this year, defeating Alabama and landing in the BCS top 10. Their quarterback, freshman Johnny Manziel, even won the 2012 Heisman Trophy. But Oklahoma's season was also good, 11-2 with senior quarterback Landry Jones, who threw almost 4000 yards this season. Obviously, both teams have high-powered offenses with some of the best players and playmakers in the country. No matter what predictions fans may have, Dallas Cowboy Stadium is going to be alive for this game. Dallas Tickets has been one of the sources for great Cotton Bowl seats in the secondary ticket market for several years.

In this Cotton Bowl Classic, the Sooners are making their second appearance, striving to demonstrate that the Big 12 conference is a force to be reckoned with. Oklahoma has a rich history of defeating many strong teams in the past, chief among them the 2002 Cotton where they annihilated Arkansas 10-3. Even so, the Aggies are confident representing the Southeastern conference in the Bowl. Even though they lost 41-24 to LSU in the 2011 Classic, they are carrying the confidence of a 5-game winning streak, a major boost to their chances of winning.

Kickoff is at 7pm CST on Friday, January 4. For those who cannot get seats, the game will be televised on Fox. But many fans are desperate for the remaining stadium seats, making the Cotton Bowl tickets a hot commodity at the end of 2012. Smart fans will go to secondary ticket sellers, such as for authentic Cotton Bowl Tickets without the hassle.

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