College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Championship Weekend 2018
Does Pitt have a chance to knock No. 2 Clemson out of the College Football Playoff?
This is the last weekend of college football before the bowl season begins. There are nine conference championship games on tap, beginning tonight with the MAC Championship at 6:00 p.m CT.
These last games may provide some drama as fans will tune in to see which SEC team will stay in the playoff picture after Georgia takes on Alabama, or if Pittsburgh can make a competitive showing in the ACC Championship against Clemson.
We have listed below our usual broadcast schedule of all games, beginning with tonight’s 6:00 p.m. MAC Championship. Game times are Central Standard, and games on ESPN/ABC can be viewed by clicking here while games on ESPN3 can be viewed by clicking on this link.
After Saturday the bowl picture will clear up, and Auburn should know its bowl destination Sunday night.
Northern Illinois vs Buffalo – ESPN
No. 17 Utah vs No. 11 Washington – FOX
(in Santa Clara)
BIG XII CHAMPIONSHIP
No. 14 Texas vs No. 5 Oklahoma – ABC
(in Arlington TX)
Marshall at Virginia Tech – ACC Digital
Akron at South Carolina – SEC Network (alt)
East Carolina at N.C. State – ACC Digital
Drake at 23 Iowa State – Cyclones TV
UAB at Middle Tennessee – CBS Sports Network
Stanford at California – Pac12 Network
Memphis at No. 8 UCF – ABC
No. 4 Georgia vs No. 1 Alabama
(in Atlanta) – CBS
MOUNTAIN WEST CHAMPIONSHIP
No. 25 Fresno State at No. 22 Boise State – ESPN
No. 2 Clemson vs Pittsburgh
(in Charlotte) – ABC
BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP
No. 21 Northwestern vs No. 6 Ohio State
(in Indianapolis) – FOX
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