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2012 College Football TV Schedule Week 14: TV Listings for the Upcoming Week

NEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 10:  Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide stands next to The Coaches' Trophy which signifies the national champion after defeating Louisiana State University Tigers in the 2012 Allstate BCS National Championship Game during a press conference on January 10, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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T.J. McaloonContributorNovember 26, 2012

We already know one of the teams in the BCS Championship game, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, but this weekend, at 4:00 p.m. ET, we get to witness one of the best SEC Championship games ever for the right to play in the national title game. 

And that’s just one of the multiple championship games that will decide what the BCS bowl game picture looks like. 

Welcome back to the final edition of the college football television guide. 

Yes, it’s finally that time to make that last call for the 2012 regular season. It has gone by entirely too fast, and if you blinked, you missed one heck of a season.

But back to the SEC Championship game on Saturday between No. 2 Alabama vs. No. 3 Georgia.

If Alabama can beat Georgia, and make it to Miami to face Notre Dame, it will be the SEC seventh straight BCS Championship game; and, if Alabama can win, they will become the first team to win back to back titles. 

However, if the Bulldogs pull off the upset, then they will walk into the championship game trying to become the fifth SEC team to hold up the Coaches Trophy during that run of championships. 

Although, if you’re sick of the SEC and want another game that has a ton of BCS implications riding on it, then Friday’s Mid-American championship game is what you’re looking for. 

If No.17 Kent State can beat No. 21 Northern Illinois, they win the conference and set themselves up to move into the Top-16 of the final BCS Standings and secure an automatic bid in a BCS Bowl Game.

However, the Golden Flashes need a little help in the Pac-12 title game. If No. 16 UCLA beats No. 8 Stanford, then Kent State would need some BCS magic to get to No. 16. 

But if Stanford’s defense manhandles the Bruins, like they did in their season finale meeting when the Cardinal won 35-17, then Kent State fans can make travel plans to Miami for the Orange Bowl.

So as you can see, the final week of the season will have you glued to your TV.

Remember to check your local listings as some of your markets may switch up games to different channels. 

 

Date

Time (ET)

Game

Channel

Thursday, Nov. 29

7:30 PM

Louisville at Rutgers

ESPN

Friday, Nov. 30

7:00 PM

No. 21 Northern Illinois vs. No. 17 Kent State

ESPN-2

8:00 PM

No. 16 UCLA vs. No. 8 Stanford

FOX

Saturday, Dec. 1

 

12:00 PM

No. 11 Oklahoma at TCU

ESPN

No. 23 Oklahoma State at Baylor

FX

UCF at Tulsa

ESPN-2

2:30 PM

Nicholls State at No. 15 Oregon State

Pac-12 Network

3:30 PM

No. 20 Boise State at Nevada

ABC

Cincinnati at UCONN

ABC

4:00 PM

No. 2 Alabama vs. No. 3 Georgia

CBS

8:00 PM

No. 18 Texas at No. 6 Kansas State

ABC

No. 13 Florida State vs. Georgia Tech

ESPN

8:17 PM

No. 12 Nebraska vs. Wisconsin

FO

 

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