Matt Josephs & Steve Merril size up this weeks conference championships on the college board, and preview 5 intriguing NFL contests.
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Saturday, December 1, 2012 3:30 PM
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Alabama Crimson Tide at Georgia Bulldogs
A berth in the BCS Championship Game against Notre Dame is at stake when No. 2 Alabama and No. 3 Georgia clash in Saturday’s SEC title game in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
Florida State Seminoles at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Fortunately for Florida State and Georgia Tech, neither team needed a win last week to reach Saturday’s ACC Championship Game in Charlotte, N.C. Both teams are coming off disappointing losses to their in-state rivals, with Florida State losing 37-26 to Florida and Georgia Tech falling 42-10 against Georgia.
Nebraska Cornhuskers at Wisconsin Badgers
Wisconsin played a significant role in ushering No. 12 Nebraska into the Big Ten Conference prior to the start of last season. Now, with a Rose Bowl berth on the line Saturday, the Badgers are the only obstacle that remains in the way of the Cornhuskers winning their first Big Ten conference championship.
Oklahoma State Cowboys at Baylor Bears
The Bears have won two straight and three of four to gain bowl eligibility, and the offense has led the surge with 52 points each of the past two games. The Cowboys are coming off a 51-48 overtime loss to rival Oklahoma.
Indianapolis Colts at Detroit Lions
While the Indianapolis Colts are putting their best foot forward, the Detroit Lions are being hounded for where Ndamukong Suh placed his foot on Thanksgiving.
New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots look to extend their five-game winning streak when they visit the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens
The AFC North title is within reach this week for the Baltimore Ravens - and slipping away from the banged-up Pittsburgh Steelers.
Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys
As turbulent as their season has been thus far, the Dallas Cowboys still are in the playoff picture in the NFC.