VIP is in the process of assembling Bowl Packages for both the Alamo and Russell Athletic Bowls, being the most likely Bowls that the Sooners will participate in.
The Russell Athletic Bowl in Orlando will be played on Monday, December 29th, 2014. Kickoff will at 5:30pm EST.
4 day/3 Night Packages will be available. Air packages will depart on Saturday, December 27th and return on Tuesday, December 30th.
The Valero Alamo Bowl in San Antonio will be played on Friday, January 2nd, 2015. Kickoff will be at 5:45pm CST.
3 day/2 Night and 4 Day/3 Night Packages will be available.
There will be both Air and Ground packages for either Bowl along with transportation to and from the game, airport along with other bells and whistles.
Our early bird discount will be $107, a special offering with the Franchise Radio 107.7 FM for those that put down a deposit or make full payment before the official bowl invitations are announced on December 7th.
Preliminary information on both Bowl tours is posted below (scroll down). Further details will be added in the next few days.
Monday, December 29th, 2014 – Orlando, Florida
Citrus Bowl Stadium – 5:30pm ET
4 Day/3 Night Air and Ground Packages Available
Hotel: Rosen Shingle Creek
Air starting at $1,369
Friday, January 2nd, 2015 – San Antonio, Texas
Alamodome – 5:45pm CT
3 day/2 Night & 4 Day/3 Night Air and Ground Packages Available
Hotel: San Antonio Marriott River Center
Air starting at $1,199
VIP will have a trip/tour to any postseason game that the Sooners participate in, i.e. Bowl game, semifinal game and National Championship game. This season the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl will host the College Football Playoff semifinals.
Unlike the former BCS standings, which used computers, points and percentages to help determine the best teams in the country, there is no math involved. There are 13 people who will decide the best four teams in college football. Period. The group is composed of varying backgrounds, including current athletic directors, former coaches, administrators, one former sports writer and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as the lone female.