No, this isn't the last week of the regular season. It ends with the annual Army-Navy game, to be played Dec. 10 at FedExField in Landover, Md. But this is the last weekend your remote is going to get a full workout.
Thursday's game is a Big East matchup between West Virginia and South Florida at Tampa. The Mountaineers, who are favored by 1 point, need a victory to keep their title hopes alive. The Bulls, who have lost six of seven, need a victory to become eligible for a bowl.
On Friday, there are two conference title games. Northern Illinois is favored by 3.5 over Ohio in the Mid-American Conference finale at Detroit. UCLA and outgoing coach Rick Neuheisel play at Oregon in the first Pacific 12 title game at Eugene. The Ducks are favored by 31.5.
Saturday's conference title games start with the Conference USA matchup between Houston and Southern Mississippi in Houston. The undefeated Cougars are favored by 13.
In the Southeastern Conference title game at Atlanta, undefeated Louisiana State is favored by 13.5 over Georgia.
In the Atlantic Coast Conference title game at Charlotte, Virginia Tech is favored by 7 over Clemson.
In the first Big Ten Conference title game at Indianapolis, Wisconsin is favored by 9.5 over Michigan State.
Other games of note: Connecticut at Cincinnati (-9.5); Syracuse at Pittsburgh (-11); Iowa State at Kansas State (-11); Nevada Las Vegas at Texas Christian (-39); Oklahoma at Oklahoma State (-3); Texas at Baylor (-2.5) and Brigham Young (-7.5) at Hawaii.
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For the Week 14 broadcast schedule, visit Matt Sarzyniak's site.
For statistical breakdowns, visit cfbstats.com.
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