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Championship Weekend College Football Viewing Guide

Everything on TV this weekend.

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So it's come to this. The final weekend of college football before the bowl season. For most it's Championship Saturday. However, the Big12 will be playing their final regular season games in an attempt to find the One True Champion (offer not valid in case of ties).

There is football on tonight for the last Thursday night of the regular season, and it could actually be an interesting game. The conference championship fun starts on Friday, though. The MAC Championship and PAC 12 Championship are Friday night.

Saturday starts the real fun. Personally, I'm rooting for chaos. Former Auburn foe Louisiana Tech has a shot at winning CUSA if they defeat Marshall. A LaTech win and then a miracle resulting in Kansas State winning the Big12 would mean Auburn played two other conferences' champions this season. The SEC Championship kicks off at 4pm, and the ACC and B1G are at 8pm. Championship Saturday wraps up at 10pm EST with the Mountain West Championship.

Enjoy it, folks. This will be the most college football on TV in one day until New Years Day. It's hard to believe college football season is pretty much over.

Thu, Dec 4, 2014
7:30 PM ET
ESPN
UCF at East Carolina
Fri, Dec 5, 2014
7:00 PM ET
ESPN2
Northern Illinois vs.
(MAC Championship)
Bowling Green
9:00 PM ET
FOX
(7) Arizona vs.
(Pac-12 Championship)
(2) Oregon
Sat, Dec 6, 2014
12:00 PM ET
ABC
Iowa State at (3) TCU
12:00 PM ET
ESPN2
Louisiana Tech vs.
(Conference USA Championship)
Marshall
12:00 PM ET
ESPN
Houston at Cincinnati
12:00 PM ET
CBSS
SMU at Connecticut
3:30 PM ET
FS1
Oklahoma State at (20) Oklahoma
4:00 PM ET
CBS
(1) Alabama vs.
(SEC Championship)
(16) Missouri
7:30 PM ET
ESPN2
Temple at Tulane
7:45 PM ET
ESPN
(9) Kansas State at (6) Baylor
8:00 PM ET
FOX
(13) Wisconsin vs.
(Big Ten Championship)
(5) Ohio State
8:00 PM ET
ABC
(4) Florida State vs.
(ACC Championship)
(11) Georgia Tech
10:00 PM ET
CBS
Fresno State vs.
(Mountain West Championship)
(22) Boise State