Here is everything you need to know about the conference championship and Big 12 games as we enter the final weekend of the regular season (excluding the Dec. 13 Army-Navy game). These trends are courtesy from Odds Shark.
Howie Kussoy, New York Post: How did this happen? The almight Southeastern Conference has a team (Missouri) in the title game that has played only one team currently ranked — a 34-0 loss to No. 14 Georgia. Easy pickings here. Take Alabama and give the points to the Tigers.
Double D, Boston Herald: Texas Christian needs to take Iowa State to the woodshed to help cement a spot in the four-team playoff. That shouldn't be a problem. Load up on the Horned Frogs and give the points.
Bruce Feldman and Stewart Mandel, Fox Sports: Oregon has lost its last two games against Arizona and Rich Rodriguez's team is well-equipped to handle the Ducks' blur offense. But that doesn't mean the Ducks are ready this time and are going to win in a runaway. It should be close, but Oregon wins.
Matt Youmans, Las Vegas Review-Journal: Arizona enters the Pacific 12 title game with as much confidence as a two-touchdown underdog can have. The Wildcats should cover, but the Ducks win because they have the money player in Marcus Mariota.
Reno Journal-Gazette: The handicappers have spoken. They like Oklahoma State, Louisiana Tech and Wisconsin.
Tom Fornelli, CBS Sports: The Confidence Pool. Locks of the week are Kansas State, Ohio State and Temple.
Bovada has posted odds on who will be the coach at Michigan for the 2015-16 season and Jim Harbaugh, the coach of the San Francisco 49ers, is the favorite at 2/1. He is followed by Louisiana State coach Les Miles at 5/2 and Tennessee coach Butch Jones at 7/2.
Completing the list are Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy at 7/2 and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Rutgers coach Greg Schiano at 9/2.
Who will be the coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers for the 2015-2016 season? Bovada has Oregon assistant Scott Frost at the top of the odds at 5/2. He is followed by former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Rutgers coach Greg Schiano at 15/4 and Ohio State assistant Tom Herman at 4/1.