SEC championship game, Alabama vs. Missouri at Atlanta, 4 p.m., CBS3: The Crimson Tide outlasted Auburn, but could Tide QB Blake Sims be capable of a repeat three-INT first half? And can Tigers QB Maty Mauk handle the big stage at the Georgia Dome?
Iowa State at Texas Christian, noon, 6ABC:
An agonizing day awaits the Horned Frogs after their likely win over the Cyclones, to see if Baylor accumulates enough style points to knock them out of the College Football Playoff.
Houston at Cincinnati, noon, ESPN:
The Bearcats look to make it three at the top of the American Athletic Conference, seeking a share of the championship with Memphis and Central Florida.
Kansas State at Baylor, 7:45 p.m., ESPN:
While the Bears, with QB Bryce Petty (concussion) expected back, will look for an impressively large margin of victory, the Wildcats seek to spoil their CFP hopes.
ACC championship game, Florida State vs. Georgia Tech at Charlotte, 8 p.m., 6ABC: The Seminoles attempt their Houdini act for one more week, but the Yellow Jackets will make them pay for any turnovers.
Big Ten championship game, Wisconsin vs. Ohio State at Indianapolis, 8:15 p.m., Fox29: The Buckeyes hope they can prop up J.T. Barrett's replacement, Cardale Jones, and limit the Badgers' Melvin Gordon enough to remain in the CFP picture.
Fresno State at Boise State, 10 p.m., CBS3:
Boise's Broncs need their season finale to secure themselves a spot in one of the six CFP committee bowl games. - Joe JulianoEndText