Here is the latest on secondary ticket sales for Saturday's game between the Gators and Hurricanes from SeatGeek analyst Connor Gregoire.
> To follow up on our phone call earlier, here is what we've found on tomorrow's UF-Miami game. Regarding your question about volume, we've seen about 10,000 tickets change hands, and the market for this game is the most active of any in college football this weekend, including Notre Dame-Michigan.
> With an average ticket price of $188, this Saturday's Florida-Miami game is the most in-demand Hurricanes home game we've ever tracked, topping the average price of FSU-Miami in 2010 ($145 average ticket price) by 30 percent. Interestingly enough, the Gators have only hosted one game with a higher demand for tickets on the secondary market -- their October 2011 meeting with Alabama ($285 average ticket price).
> Among home games for ACC teams since 2010, only four games have ever demanded a higher average ticket price -- South Carolina-Clemson in 2012 ($194), Notre Dame-Boston College in 2010 ($198), Oklahoma-Florida State in 2011 ($215) and Georgia-Clemson last weekend ($279).
> Over the past week, tickets in the upper deck are selling for an average of $131 per ticket, while it is costing an average of $236 per ticket to sit in the lower level and an average of $327 for a seat in the club level. The cheapest ticket we've seen sell went for $76 in the upper deck, and the most anyone has paid per ticket is $598 for club seats.
> Right now on SeatGeek, the least expensive tickets available are $123 apiece in the upper deck. All the latest information on ticket prices and availability can be found on SeatGeek’s event page for the game.