Clemson football vs. Virginia in ACC championship: Time, TV schedule, game preview, score
Clemson has its eye on a second consecutive national championship, but the third-ranked Tigers first have to secure a fifth straight ACC crown. Clemson aims to avoid a slip-up and secure its spot in the College Football Playoff bracket when it faces No. 22 Virginia in the ACC Championship Game on Saturday in Charlotte, N.C.
Ohio State football vs. Wisconsin in Big Ten championship: Time, TV schedule, game preview, score
Second-ranked Ohio State, which is atop the College Football Playoff rankings, looks to remain perfect when it faces No. 10 Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship game on Saturday in Indianapolis. The Buckeyes capped a dominant regular season with a 56-27 rout of 18th-ranked Michigan to extend their winning streak against the Wolverines to eight games, which is the longest in the rivalry, and they hope to clinch a spot in the CFP by knocking off the Badgers (No. 8 CFP) for the second time, following a 38-17 victory on Oct. 26.
LSU football vs. Georgia in SEC championship: Time, TV schedule, game preview, score
Georgia’s defense has answered just about every challenge it has faced this season, but the Bulldogs' playoff hopes hinge on conquering LSU’s high-powered offense in Saturday’s SEC championship game in Atlanta. Who wins out when the Tigers have the ball likely will determine who wins the conference title, considering No. 1 LSU is second in the nation in scoring offense at 48.7 points while the No. 4 Bulldogs rank second in scoring defense at 10.4 points.
Boise State football vs. Hawaii in Mountain West championship: Time, TV schedule, game preview, score
Boise State has a lot on the line when it hosts Hawaii on Saturday in the Mountain West championship game. The No. 17 Broncos, ranked 19th by the College Football Playoff committee, have a chance at landing a Cotton Bowl bid when the season-ending rankings come out Sunday.
Memphis football vs. Cincinnati in American championship: Time, TV schedule, game preview, score
Sixteenth-ranked Memphis earned the right to host and looks to knock off No. 21 Cincinnati for the second straight week when the teams re-convene for the American Athletic Conference Championship Game on Saturday afternoon. The Tigers forced three turnovers and used 145 receiving yards from Damonte Coxie to beat visiting Cincinnati 34-24 on Nov. 29, and move within one win of a likely trip to the Cotton Bowl as the Group of Five representative.