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College Football Championship Week 2014 TV Schedule: Your how to watch info for championship weekend

Your viewing information for a decisive championship weekend in college football.

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The grand finale to another wonderful college football regular season is here, and although MSU isn't playing today, there's still plenty of reasons to settle in and watch football this Saturday.  The major conference championship games (and de-acto championship games) will decide much of college football's remaining landscape, and the playoff picture could completely shift depending on how Saturday's games play out.  We've seen chaos ensue on championship Saturday before, so why couldn't it happen again this year?  Those of us without a dog in the hunt, so to speak, are likely rooting for chaos, while others wearing crimson or garnet or green Nike attire hope that things work out as they should.

No matter what happens, this weekend should be a fun one, folks.  Enjoy it, because outside of bowl season, this is the last Saturday that we'll have this glorious gift known as college football for quite some time.  Now, here's your championship weekend lineup and viewing information.

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