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How to watch, listen to and stream the 102nd Rose Bowl Game

it's the Granddaddy of Them All... and you can't miss it

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The highly anticipated matchup of the PAC 12 Champion Stanford Cardinal and the B1G Ten West Division Champion Iowa Hawkeyes will be able to seen and heard in many different ways.

Here are the ways:

In Person - Tickets for the 102nd Rose Bowl Game have been sold out for a few weeks.  Tickets on Stubhub have dropped dramatically in recent days, and fans would be able to get into the game for as low as $138 a piece at the current moment.  If travelling to the game, highly suggest you get to the game early as parking at the stadium is fairly expensive, and you may have a long distance to walk into the stadium.  Parking can range from $15 outside the stadium to as much as $100 inside the stadium.  Leaving the game is a test of wills as the traffic is horrible to get out of the stadium.

Television - ESPN will be carrying the 102nd Rose Bowl with Brent Musburger as the Lead Commentator, Jesse Palmer as the Color Commentator, and Maria Taylor on the sidelines.  The game is scheduled to begin airing at 2pm PST.

Radio - ESPN Radio will be covering the game with Dave Pasch and Brian Griese on the call.  In the San Francisco Bay Area, Stanford Radio KZSU 90.1 FM will be on the call with Stanford announcers Scott Reiss and Todd Husak on the call.  Also, Rule of Tree's Matt Vassar will be on KNBR680 with Patrick O'Connor at 11am for pre-game news and notes.

On-Line - The ESPN application for your computer or smart phone will be hosting the 102nd Rose Bowl.  Contact your cable provider for details.

This game should be one for the ages!