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WEEK 14 CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK TV SCHEDULE, TOP 25 RANKINGS and other stuff!

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Friday, Dec. 1

CONFERENCE TEAMS TIME / TV

Pac-12

No. 11 USC vs. No. 21 Stanford

8 p.m. on ESPN

Saturday, Dec. 2

CONFERENCE TEAMS TIME / TV

AAC

No. 20 Memphis at No. 15 UCF

12 p.m. on ABC

C-USA

North Texas at FAU

12 p.m. on ESPN2

MAC

Akron vs. Toledo

12 p.m. on ESPN

Big 12

No. 4 Oklahoma vs. No. 12 TCU

12:30 p.m. on FOX

SEC

No. 7 Georgia vs. No. 6 Auburn

4 p.m. on CBS

SWAC

Alcorn State vs. Grambling State

4:30 p.m. on ESPNU

MWC

No. 23 Boise State vs. Fresno State

7:45 p.m. on ESPN

ACC

No. 3 Clemson vs. No. 2 Miami

8 p.m. on ABC
Big Ten No. 9 Ohio State vs. No. 5 Wisconsin 8 p.m. on FOX

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From SEC COUNTRY, (yes they think they are the best, just look.....but there are 6 B1G in the top 25)

The College Football Playoff rankings came out on Tuesday night and there was a new top 3, with Clemson at No. 1, Auburn at No. 2 and Oklahoma at No. 3.

This sets up a huge championship weekend. No. 1 Clemson plays No. 7 Miami in the ACC Championship Game, No. 2 Auburn meets No. 6 Georgia in the SEC Championship Game, No. 4 Wisconsin plays No. 8 Ohio State for the Big Ten title and No. 3 Oklahoma and No. 11 TCU play in the Big 12 title game.

Here are the complete rankings:

College Football Top 25, Top 4 for Week 14

1. Clemson (11-1)
2. Auburn (10-2)
3. Oklahoma (11-1)
4. Wisconsin (12-0)
5. Alabama (11-1)
6. Georgia (11-1)
7. Miami (10-1)
8. Ohio State (10-2)
9. Penn State (10-2)
10. USC (10-2)
11. TCU (10-2)
12. Stanford (9-3)
13. Washington (10-2)
14. UCF (11-0)
15. Notre Dame (9-3)
16. Michigan State (9-3)
17. LSU (9-3)
18. Washington State (9-3)
19. Oklahoma State (9-3)
20. Memphis (10-1)
21. Northwestern (9-3)
22. Virginia Tech (9-3)
23. Mississippi State (8-4)
24. NC State (8-4)
25. Fresno State (9-3)

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Dropped out Boise St and South Carolina.......and no Michigan anywhere, I'd still prefer a #1 OHIO STATE and #2 Michigan,  right?

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2 hours ago, mjp28 said:

Colleen Thomas @colleenthomas_

Published on Nov. 30, 2016 the sporting news.......

 There's a lot at stake in the Power 5 conference championship games this weekend. 

The playoff rankings are crowded at the top, and some outsiders have a shot to get in with some upsets in this weekend's games. Washington and Clemson are in with a win, but a loss could cause some chaos. Both the Tigers (vs. No. 23 Virginia Tech) and Washington (vs. No. 8 Colorado) have tough tests, and the winner of the Big Ten title game (No. 6 Wisconsin vs. No. 7 Penn State) could possibly jump either team.Plus, a Navy win in the AAC title game could shake up the bowl bids. Right now, Western Michigan is the highest-ranked Group of 5 team and if that stands, the Broncos would head to the Cotton Bowl. But Navy, two spots behind in the rankings, has a chance to add another win to its resume after this week when it plays Army a week later. A delayed ranking could pose some trouble.

MORE: The CFP committee made a statement

Here's how to watch all of the conference championship games across college football. All times ET.

Friday, Dec. 2

MAC Championship: No. 17 Western Michigan vs. Ohio, 7 p.m., ESPN2

Pac-12 Championship: No. 8 Colorado vs. No. 4 Washington, 9 p.m., FOX

Saturday, Dec. 3

Kansas State at TCU, 12 p.m., FS1

Troy at Georgia Southern, 12 p.m., ESPN2

AAC Championship: Temple at No. 19 Navy, 12 p.m., ABC

Conference USA Championship: Louisiana Tech at Western Kentucky, 12 p.m., ESPN

Big 12 Championship: No. 10 Oklahoma State at No. 9 Oklahoma, 12:30 p.m., FOX

New Mexico State at South Alabama, 1 p.m., Watch ESPN

Louisiana Lafayette at Louisiana Monroe, 3 p.m., Watch ESPN

Baylor at No. 16 West Virginia, 3:30 p.m., FS1

SEC Championship: No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 15 Florida, 4 p.m., CBS

Georgia State at Idaho, 5 p.m., Watch ESPN

Arkansas State at Texas State, 7:30 p.m., ESPN2

MWC Championship: San Diego State at Wyoming, 7:45 p.m., ESPN

ACC Championship: No. 3 Clemson vs. No. 23 Virginia Tech, 8 p.m., ABC

Big Ten Championship: No. 6 Wisconsin vs. No. 7 Penn State, 8 p.m., FOX

WTF is this?  Last year's schedule? Wisconsin vs. Ohio State in Big Ten title game

OK vs. TCU

Auburn vs. Georgia?

You need to update this.

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Whew, I don't know how I missed that I always check dates! Well let'sl leave yours up to see 2016 FWIW.

I did have someone jabbering in my ear earlier this morning......maybe that was it.

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ANOTHER SCHEDULE, CHECK OUT THE TICKET PRICES........

WEEK 14
FRIDAY, DEC 1, 2017
GAME TIME/SCORE TV LOCATION TICKETS
Stanford at USC 8:00 pm ESPN Levi's Stadium Tickets starting at $36.10
Picks and Projections for ALL Games
SATURDAY, DEC 2, 2017
GAME TIME/SCORE TV LOCATION TICKETS
Akron at Toledo 12:00 pm ESPN Ford Field Tickets starting at $23.98
La.-Monroe at Florida St. 12:00 pm   Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium Tickets starting at $9.70
Massachusetts at FIU 12:00 pm CUSA Riccardo Silva Stadium  
North Texas at FAU 12:00 pm ESP2 FAU Stadium Tickets starting at $13.90
Memphis at UCF 12:00 pm ABC Spectrum Stadium Tickets starting at $26.50
TCU at Oklahoma 12:30 pm FOX AT&T Stadium Tickets starting at $110.50
Ga. Southern at C. Carolina 1:00 pm ESP3 Brooks Stadium Tickets starting at $32.50
Idaho at Georgia State 2:00 pm ESP3 Parker H. Petit Field at Georgia State Stadium Tickets starting at $20.50
UL Lafayette at App. St. 2:30 pm ESP3 Kidd Brewer Stadium Tickets starting at $29.14
Georgia at Auburn 4:00 pm CBS Mercedes-Benz Stadium Tickets starting at $446.50
South Alabama at New Mexico St. 4:30 pm ESP3 Aggie Memorial Stadium Tickets starting at $24.10
Troy at Arkansas St. 7:30 pm ESP2 Centennial Bank Stadium Tickets starting at $9.70
Fresno St. at Boise St. 7:45 pm ESPN Albertsons Stadium Tickets starting at $33.14
Miami (Fla.) at Clemson 8:00 pm ABC Bank of America Stadium Tickets starting at $109.30
Ohio St. at Wisconsin 8:00 pm FOX Lucas Oil Stadium Tickets starting at $116.52

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6 hours ago, The Gipper said:

Where is Bank of America Stadium?

Bank of America Stadium is a 75,525-seat football stadium located on 33 acres in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, United States. It is the home facility and headquarters of the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League.
 
Capacity:75,412
Did you know:It ushered in a new wave of stadiums in the NFL as more than a dozen stadiums have opened since 1996
 
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10 hours ago, mjp28 said:
Bank of America Stadium is a 75,525-seat football stadium located on 33 acres in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, United States. It is the home facility and headquarters of the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League.
 
Capacity:75,412
Did you know:It ushered in a new wave of stadiums in the NFL as more than a dozen stadiums have opened since 1996
 

OK, it used to be called something else....or several things else. This corporate naming rights thing is just such BS.

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33 minutes ago, The Gipper said:

OK, it used to be called something else....or several things else. This corporate naming rights thing is just such BS.

Just new relatively easy money streams remember the ol' Cleveland Municipal Stadium built during the depression and one name until they tore it down?

Now the Jake, well Progressive hey that's progress......I guess. So ante up and you get your name on almost anything. 

Oh I heard about this before, sell or what about naming rights? Just an idea. ;)

Comedian Sarah Silverman says Pope Benedict should “sell the Vatican, feed the world.” Funny, but shouldn’t Christians seriously consider it?

“What is the Vatican worth, like $500 billion?” Silverman says on her monologue, featured on Bill Maher’s HBO show and now a YouTube sensation. “This is great, sell the Vatican, take a big chunk of the money, build a gorgeous condominium for you and all your friends to live in . . . and with the money left over, feed the whole f—ing world.”

Actually, selling the Vatican probably wouldn’t generate enough cash to buy the whole world lunch.

According to the AP’s Nicole Winfield, the Holy See’s real estate was worth about $900 million in 2004 — before the real estate bust. That doesn’t include St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, but even if both brought holy sites brought in another billion, that wouldn’t come close to covering it. The UN reports that poor countries get $7.9 billion in agricultural aid each year, and will need $44 billion a year by 2050........

 

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On 11/29/2017 at 9:14 AM, mjp28 said:

From SEC COUNTRY, (yes they think they are the best, just look.....but there are 6 B1G in the top 25)

The College Football Playoff rankings came out on Tuesday night and there was a new top 3, with Clemson at No. 1, Auburn at No. 2 and Oklahoma at No. 3.

This sets up a huge championship weekend. No. 1 Clemson plays No. 7 Miami in the ACC Championship Game, No. 2 Auburn meets No. 6 Georgia in the SEC Championship Game, No. 4 Wisconsin plays No. 8 Ohio State for the Big Ten title and No. 3 Oklahoma and No. 11 TCU play in the Big 12 title game.

Here are the complete rankings:

College Football Top 25, Top 4 for Week 14

1. Clemson (11-1)
2. Auburn (10-2)
3. Oklahoma (11-1)
4. Wisconsin (12-0)
5. Alabama (11-1)
6. Georgia (11-1)
7. Miami (10-1)
8. Ohio State (10-2)
9. Penn State (10-2)
10. USC (10-2)
11. TCU (10-2)
12. Stanford (9-3)
13. Washington (10-2)
14. UCF (11-0)
15. Notre Dame (9-3)
16. Michigan State (9-3)
17. LSU (9-3)
18. Washington State (9-3)
19. Oklahoma State (9-3)
20. Memphis (10-1)
21. Northwestern (9-3)
22. Virginia Tech (9-3)
23. Mississippi State (8-4)
24. NC State (8-4)
25. Fresno State (9-3)

Just a little refresher from December 2017 in what was a very closely contended N AA D-1A race, can't wait for football to start.

1. College football with all the pagentry. 2. NFL football in all it's businesslike manner. :lol:

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