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The bitter part? The Alabama Crimson Tide beat Luke's beloved University of Georgia Bulldogs in the SEC championship game -- the game that determined who would take on Notre Dame for the BCS title. "I'm a big Georgia Bulldogs fan," the singer tells FlipSide.com. "We get a little crazy. When Georgia plays, I'm in front of the TV. Every game is a big game."
The singer-songwriter will undoubtedly enjoy himself, despite the fact that his team isn't playing. Admission to the show is $30, and includes various activities and games in addition to the performance. Tickets may be purchased here or by calling 305-341-470.
The "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye" singer isn't the only country crooner to get in on the football action. Jake Owen is playing the halftime show at the Orange Bowl on Jan. 1 and Florida Georgia Line have signed to perform before that game, while Lee Brice will play the Sun Bowl's halftime show on Dec. 31.