Tickets to college football’s biggest games this season are being unloaded on the secondary market at eye-popping asking prices. Naturally, the most important match-ups and historic rivalries demand the highest listings. Once the season unfolds, demand will shift and secondary market ticket prices will fluctuate, but as of now these are the 11 most expensive regular season games of 2014 (lowest listed ticket price on StubHub shown):
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