clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

NCAA Football Championship Week Schedule And Open Thread

New, comments

This is football conference championship week where the bowls will be decided.

Chris Graythen

This is your open thread for championship Saturday.  Most of these games have some kind of bowl implication, even if it's the Russell Athletic Bowl or something.  Hey, at least they're going to something in a nice, sunny location.  So congratulations, Cardinals.  I guess.  I shouldn't be too snarky, I assure you I'd take it if it were Kentucky, and do a happy dance.

So root for your favorite team to win, or your most despised team to lose, right here.  Yes, we are aware of a lot of angst among the Big Blue Faithful over the game last night, yours truly included.  We'll have lots of places to talk about that.

Saturday

12 p.m. ET No. 17 Oklahoma, 9-2 No. 6 Oklahoma State, 10-1 ABC
12 p.m. ET No. 16 UCF, 10-1 SMU, 5-6 ESPN
12 p.m. ET Marshall, 9-3 Rice, 9-3 ESPN2
1 p.m. ET Memphis, 3-8 UConn, 2-9 ESPN3.com
1 p.m. ET Fordham, 12-1 Towson, 10-2 ESPN3.com
2 p.m. ET Tennessee State, 10-3 Eastern Illinois, 11-1 ESPN3.com
2 p.m. ET New Hampshire, 8-4 Maine, 10-2 ESPN3.com
2 p.m. ET Coastal Carolina, 11-2 Montana, 10-2 ESPN3.com
2 p.m. ET Southern, 8-4 Jackson State, 8-3 ESPNU
3:30 p.m. ET No. 25 Texas, 8-3 No. 9 Baylor, 10-1 FOX
3:30 p.m. ET Furman, 8-5 North Dakota State, 11-0 ESPN3.com
4 p.m. ET No. 5 Missouri, 11-1 No. 3 Auburn, 11-1 CBS
4 p.m. ET South Dakota State, 9-4 Eastern Washington, 10-2 ESPN3.com
7 p.m. ET Jacksonville State, 10-3 McNeese State, 10-2 ESPN3.com
7:30 p.m. ET USF, 2-9 Rutgers, 5-6 ESPN2
7:45 p.m. ET No. 7 Stanford, 10-2 No. 11 Arizona State, 10-2 ESPN
8 p.m. ET No. 20 Duke, 10-2 No. 1 Florida State, 12-0 ABC
8 p.m. ET UL Lafayette, 8-3 South Alabama, 5-6 ESPN3.com
8 p.m. ET Sam Houston State, 9-4 Southeast Louisiana, 10-2 ESPN3.com
8:17 p.m. ET No. 2 Ohio State, 12-0 No. 10 Michigan State, 11-1 FOX
10 p.m. ET Utah State, 8-4 No. 23 Fresno State, 10-1 CBS