After proud Bay Area fans congratulated the 49ers on winning Sunday's playoff game against the Carolina Panthers and securing a place in the NFC Championship, the Seahawks website announced that tickets for the game will not be sold to residents of California. Instead, in order for them to buy tickets to the Jan. 19 game at CenturyLink Field they will have to go through secondary websites, such as the NFL Ticket Exchange and Stub Hub. The move is rare, but not unheard of. The Denver Broncos are doing the same thing before they play the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship.Californians aren't the only ones shut out. Most of the rest of the country can't buy the tickets, either. The only states where residents can buy the NFC Championship Game tickets on the Seahwawks website are: Idaho, Washington, Hawaii, Oregon, Montana, Alaska and the Canadian provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, the website reported. According to the Seattle Times, the move is "an attempt to keep the tickets in the hands of local fans." One disappointed 49ers fan, Arlene Illa, told NBC Bay Area she thought the Seahawks' move was wrong, and asked why San Francisco fans needed to pay more...