Sorry to put it like that, but one game towers above the others today. However, this is our last full-ish Saturday of college football until, like, April's spring games, so let's get out there and make it count.
Counting FCS playoff games, there are 25 televised college football games set for Saturday. That is not many, but it's enough to patch together a complete Saturday.
The must-watches in each time slot are obvious: No. 12 Oklahoma can juuust about lock up a BCS bid with a win over TCU (no small feat), then No. 2 Alabama and No. 3 Georgia compete in our nation's most fried and regionally boastful championship play-in game, and then you're flipping between the Big Ten title game and No. 6 Kansas State trying to score a trip to the Fiesta. Unless Georgia Tech starts doing impossible things to No. 13 Florida State. Then you just go watch that.
Elsewhere, conference titles in Conference USA, the Sun Belt, and the Mountain West are in play, multiple teams are on win-or-stay-home-for-the-holidays watch, and ... this is the last Saturday until the end of the world.
The full college football TV schedule for conference championship Saturday:
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