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Buy tickets for 2018 AdvoCare Classic - LSU Tigers vs. Miami Hurricanes at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX on September 2, 2018 6:30PM local time. There are currently 3 AdvoCare Classic games available for sale.

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The AdvoCare Classic is annual college football game played at the home of the Dallas Cowboys - AT&T Stadium - in Arlington, Texas. The first game was in the stadium's first year of operation in 2009 between the Oklahoma Sooners and BYU Cougars, and it was called the Cowboys Classic until 2015. The AdvoCare Classic is usually one of the first games of the season along with several other kickoff games. With the exception of 2014, every game since 2013 has featured two top-25 teams against one another. Most notably was the 2011 matchup when the No. 3 LSU Tigers faced the No. 4 Oregon Ducks.

Despite being played in a major region of the Big 12, the conference is 0-3 in the game as the TCU Horned Frogs were still a part of the Mountain West during their win over Oregon State. The SEC, MWC and ACC make up the only undefeated conferences in the Advocare Classic, with the SEC leading the bunch at 3-0. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for AdvoCare Classic tickets.

2018 AdvoCare Classic Preview

The 2018 AdvoCare Classic will take place on September 2, 2018, where the LSU Tigers will go head-to-head against the Miami Hurricanes at AT&T Stadium. LSU is a fairly popular team in the region and has a very popular head coach in Ed Orgeron, while the Canes were appeared to be headed for the College Football Playoff until the final week of the regular season. The Tigers will boast a tough defense as always, but star running back Derrius Guice is another in a long line of LSU backs to move on to the NFL. For Miami, quarterback Malik Rosier returns for his senior season and made many clutch throws last year in the Hurricanes' impressive undefeated run. Whether you are planning on cheering on the LSU Tigers or Miami Hurricanes at the AT&T Stadium, TicketCity has some of the best deals for the 2018 AdvoCare Classic Game tickets!

AdvoCare Classic Football at AT&T Stadium

Address: 925 North Collins Street, Arlington, TX 76011

The AdvoCare Classic is played annually at AT&T Stadium, located just outside of Dallas in Arlington, Texas. A state-of-the-art modern arena boasting a retractable roof and one of the biggest HDTV displays in the world, AT&T Stadium is also one of the most expensive stadiums around. The Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame is just one of the many amenities in the new facility.

Future AdvoCare Classic Football Games

August 31, 2019 - Oregon Ducks vs. Auburn Tigers

Past AdvoCare Classic Football Games

September 2, 2017 - Michigan Wolverines 33, Florida Gators 17

The 11th-ranked Michigan Wolverines faced the 17th-ranked Florida Gators in each teams' season opener and the first-ever regular season matchup between the two. For fans of offense, this was not the game to watch. A big pass play put Michigan on top for good at 10-3 at the end of the first quarter. Three of the final four touchdowns in the game - including both of Florida's - were defensive scores as the Wolverines shut down the Gators 33-17.

September 3, 2016 - Alabama Crimson Tide 52, USC Trojans 6

The top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide was pitted against the No. 20 USC Trojans for the season opening game. The first quarter of the game had a slow start with USC scoring 3 points. As the game progressed, Alabama dominated the remaining quarters by using their national-title defense held the Trojans to 194 yards. The 52-6 win for Alabama was their start of their undefeated season for the 2016 college football season.

September 5, 2015 - Alabama Crimson Tide 35, Wisconsin Badgers 17

The No. 3 Alabama returned to the Dallas Cowboys stadium for the first game of the season against the No. 20 Wisconsin. Jake Coker came in as the rookie quarterback in his first starting game with Crimson Tide and with Derrick Henry by his side Alabama took the lead in the first quarter and didn’t give it up. The Badgers had a tough loss when senior safety Michael Caputo left the game on the third play from a head injury. With two touchdowns scored in the third quarter from Alabama, Wisconsin was not able to close the gap. The final score of the game was Alabama, 35-17.

August 30, 2014 - Florida State Seminoles 37, Oklahoma State Cowboys 31

After jumping out to a quick 10-0 lead, Oklahoma State found a way to get back into the game with the defending national champions headed into half time down by just 7, 17-10. Winston pulled out his Heisman skills in the second half gashing the OSU defense for a total of 370 yards and a touchdown. Though the Cowboys were able to capitalize on 2 Winston interceptions, the Seminoles high powered offense was too much for Oklahoma State as Florida State took the advantage 37-31.

August 31, 2013 - LSU Tigers 37, TCU Horned Frogs 27

What started as a hard-nosed defensive battle quickly turned in the wrong direction for #20 TCU as the Tigers jumped up to a 31-17 lead in the third quarter. The Horned Frogs would go on to add another 10 points but LSU was able to answer the call with another 7 of their own to keep the Frogs at bay 37-27. #12 LSU’s Mettenberger finished the day with 251 yards and a touchdown while Magee powered his way to 95 yards and 2 touchdowns giving LSU their second win at AT&T Stadium and undefeated in the Cowboys Classic.

September 1, 2012 - Alabama Crimson Tide 41, Michigan Wolverines 14

#2 Alabama completed their 11th consecutive season opening win at AT&T Stadium during their 41-14 rout of the #8 Michigan Wolverines. Before the first quarter was complete the Crimson Tide had already taken a 21-0 lead over the Wolverines. In fact, it wasn’t until a 31-0 lead late in the second quarter that Michigan’s Denard Robinson was able to tack on 6 points on a 6-yard run. While embarrassing to say the least for the Wolverines, it appeared to be more of a statement game for Nick Saban and his Crimson Tide after loosing several starters to the NFL Draft, including Trent Richardson.

September 3, 2011 - LSU Tigers 40, Oregon Ducks 27

The 2011 Cowboys Classic brought in the NCAA’s most explosive offense, #4 Oregon, and matched them up against the NCAA’s toughest defense, #3 LSU. In the end it was the defense that won the game as the Tigers slowed the Ducks to take a 40-27 win. LSU was able to keep Oregon scoreless in the third quarter allowing their offense to tack on 14 unanswered points to take a late 30-13 lead. Oregon would bounce back a bit in the fourth quarter but their 14 points would fail to compare to another 10 from the Tigers to take the game and their first win of the season 40-27.

September 4, 2010 - TCU Horned Frogs 30, Oregon State Beavers 21

It was #24 Oregon State up against #6 TCU in a game that became historic for TCU’s quarterback Andy Dalton, who became the most winningest quarterback in the school’s history. While Daltons 2 pick performance was not as shiny as the title he secured with the win, it got the job done with the help of Wesley and Tucker who combined for over 200 yards and a touchdown. The Beavers stayed consistent, securing a score in every quarter but the fourth where the Horned Frogs capped the game off with a safety giving them the advantage 30-21.

September 5, 2009 - BYU Cougars 14, Oklahoma Sooners 13

The inaugural Cowboys Classic game featured a #20 BYU upset of the #3 ranked Oklahoma Sooners as the first college football game at AT&T Stadium. The game featured future NFL players Sam Bradford and Demarco Murray as Sooners and Dennis Pitta for the Cougars. Pitta finished the day of with 90 yards on 7 receptions, Bradford went 10 for 14 with 96 yards and Murray totaled for almost 70 all purpose yards. The Sooners would ultimately fall short to the Cougars 14-13, but not after putting on one of the best college football games of the year at AT&T Stadium.

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When do 2018 AdvoCare Classic Tickets go on sale?

Typically, AdvoCare Classic tickets go on sale in April or May prior to the game and are sold all the way through game day.