Now that all the bragging rights brouhaha of Rivalry Week is done, it’s time for the truly consequential games of college football to come along. This weekend, the division leaders from all the major conferences will go head-to-head to determine which team will walk away with their respective championship trophies and, in some cases, a spot in the College Football Playoff.
Will No. 2 Clemson remain undefeated against the unranked Pittsburgh, or could the ACC Coastal underdog pull off the upset? Will the Buckeyes hold strong against Northwestern to remain in contention for a spot in the big show? And which SEC powerhouse will emerge victorious as the Crimson Tide once again takes on the Dawgs after such an exciting and eventful championship showdown earlier this year? We’ll find out soon enough!
Here’s a look ahead at this week’s conference championship games, with details on how to watch (all times Eastern). You can also watch on fuboTV — start a free trial today!
Friday, Nov. 30:
7 p.m.: Mid-American (MAC) – Northern Illinois Huskies vs. Buffalo Bulls on ESPN2
8 p.m.: PAC-12 – Utah Utes (No. 17) vs. Washington Huskies (No. 11) on FOX
Saturday, Dec. 1:
12 p.m.: Big 12 – Oklahoma Sooners (No. 5) vs. Texas Longhorns (No. 14) on ABC
12 p.m.: Sun Belt – Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns vs. Appalachian State Mountaineers on ESPN
1:30 p.m.: Conference USA – Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders vs. University of Alabama at Birmingham Blazers on CBSSN
3:30 p.m.: American Athletic Conference (AAC) – University of Central Florida Knights (No. 8) vs. Memphis Tigers on ABC
4 p.m.: Southeastern Conference (SEC) – Alabama Crimson Tide (No. 1) vs. Georgia Bulldogs (No. 4) on CBS
7:45 p.m.: Mountain West – Fresno State Bulldogs (No. 25) vs. Boise State Broncos (No. 22) on ESPN
8 p.m.: Big Ten – Ohio State Buckeyes (No. 6) vs. Northwestern Wildcats (No. 21) on FOX
8 p.m.: Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) – Clemson Tigers (No. 2) vs. Pittsburgh Panthers on ABC