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College football title games: kickoff times, how to watch and more



my favorite time of the year my favorite time of the year . We have arrived at the final week of college football's regular season. The conference title games will not only crown the conference champions this weekend but also will help set the field for college football's four-team playoff. Here's what you need to know about how to stream the conference title games and the College Football Playoff selection show.


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Power 5 conference title game schedule

Three of the playoff teams will almost certainly come from a Power 5 conference – Big Ten, Big 12, SEC, Pac 12 and ACC – with independent and undefeated Notre Dame completing the four-team field.

Here's the schedule of the five conference title games:

  • Pac 12: Washington vs. Utah 8 p.m. ET Friday, Fox
  • Big 12: Oklahoma vs. Texas 12 p.m. ET Saturday, ABC
  • SEC: Alabama vs. Georgia 4 p.m. ET Saturday, CBS
  • Big Ten: Ohio State vs. Northwestern 8 p.m. ET Saturday, Fox
  • ACC: Pitt vs. Clemson 8 p.m. ET Saturday, ABC

College football live streaming options

If you do not have a cable or satellite subscription, you can use streaming service such as PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, DirectTV Now, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV or FuboTV– to watch the games on ABC, CBS and Fox, but channel lineups vary by service. For example, Sling TV does not offer CBS. Ook, live lokale programmering is niet beschikbaar op alle kanalen in alle markten.

U kunt ook gebruik maken van CBS All Access om te streamen de SEC title game. CBS streaming service costs $ 6 a month with commercial breaks or $ 10 for no commercials. For the Big 12 and ACC title games, you can live stream on ABC.com or the ABC app, and for the Pac 12 and Big Ten title games, you can live stream on Fox Sports Go or the Fox Sports Go app, but in both cases

Disclosure: CBS is CNET's parent company.

If you live in an area with good reception, you can get football games for free on over-the-air broadcast channels

College Football Playoff picture

The current College Football Playoff rankings look like this:

  1. Alabama 12-0
  2. Clemson 12-0
  3. Notre Dame 12-0
  4. Georgia 11-1
  5. Oklahoma 11-1
  6. Ohio State 11-1
  7. Michigan 10-2
  8. Central Florida 11-0

Alabama has waarschijnlijk locked up a spot, of het bezet Georgia of niet in de SEC titel spel op Saturday. If Georgia wins, it's in.

Clemson is a huge favorite against Pitt and is expected to coast to another. ACC title and lock up the # 2 seed in the playoff.

Notre Dame does not play in a conference, so its regular season is complete. It is assured a playoff spot.

Oklahoma and Ohio State are favored to win their respective conferences, and the selection committee will have a difficult decision should both finish the year at 12-1 with the fourth and final playoff spot open (assuming Georgia loses to Alabama and falls to 11-2).

Selection show streaming

After the games finish on Saturday, the 14-member selection committee will start debating who gets in and who gets left out. The committee's decision will be revealed on Sunday afternoon. The selection show starts at 12 p.m. ET on ESPN, which you can live stream on PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, DirectTV Now, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV but not FuboTV. You can also live stream on WatchESPN or the WatchESPN app if you have a pay TV subscription.

More of a fan of pro football? Check out our guide to watching NFL games if you do not have cable.

The cheapest live TV streamer heads to Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV


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