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Although the College Football regular season has finished, there are still games to play on campuses this weekend and these are sure to excite fans. It's time for the Conference Championship games, and there are ten major conferences with teams vying for the ultimate season bragging rights. Not every conference has a title game, but we have a guide that shows which ones you have to look forward to watching. Plus learn how to best stream all of these games even if you've cut the cord.

Conference Championship Weekend

All times shown are Eastern

Friday, December 6

  • 8 p.m., Pac-12 Championship, (13) Oregon vs. (5) Utah, ABC

Saturday, December 7

  • Noon, Big 12 Championship, (7) Baylor vs. (6) Oklahoma, ABC
  • Noon, Sun Belt Championship, Louisiana vs. (21) Appalachian State, ESPN
  • Noon, MAC Championship, Miami (OH) vs. Central Michigan, ESPN2
  • 1:30 p.m., Conference USA Championship, UAB vs. Florida Atlantic, CBSSN
  • 3:30 p.m., American Athletic Championship, (20) Cincinnati vs. (17) Memphis, ABC
  • 4 p.m., SEC Championship, (4) Georgia vs. (2) LSU, CBS
  • 4 p.m., Mountain West Championship, Hawai'i vs. (19) Boise State, ESPN
  • 7:30 p.m., ACC Championship, (3) Clemson vs. (23) Virginia, ABC
  • 8 p.m., Big Ten Championship, (1) Ohio State vs. (8) Wisconsin, FOX

Things kick off with a great game Friday night, as Oregon faces Utah for the Pac-12 title. Both teams are nationally ranked, and Oregon would love to spoil Utah's chances at reaching the Playoffs. This will be the only game Friday night, so the eyes of the nation are sure to be on this one.

Saturday there are three games starting at noon, but the one most people will start with is Baylor vs. Oklahoma. These two teams played a thriller less than a month ago, when Baylor jumped out to a 25 point lead during the second quarter. Oklahoma chipped away, with Jalen Hurts throwing for nearly 300 yards and four touchdowns, and they took the lead with under two minutes remaining. Each team holds on to slim hopes for the Playoffs, but they each will need a lot of help.

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At 4 p.m. on Saturday, the biggest game of the day will be played in the SEC Championship, as Georgia goes against LSU. Both teams are currently in the top four, which means the outcome of this game will influence the teams in the Playoff and the rankings of the final four. LSU already has wins over Alabama, Auburn and Florida so they don't really need another big win. If they can take out an excellent Georgia team, they could vault to the first slot and look unstoppable.

Get two screens ready for the night games, because you will want to stream both. The ACC Championship is at 7:30 p.m. with Clemson taking on Virginia and the Big Ten Championship is at 8 p.m., with Ohio State facing Wisconsin. All four of these teams are nationally ranked, so Virginia and Wisconsin have the potential to pull off upsets. Wisconsin has worked extra hard for this spot, beating several big teams including Minnesota last week to get to the title game.

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Let's take a look at the College Football Playoff picture this week to better understand how these games could change things, and get you setup to watch all of the Conference Championship games online.

College Football Playoff rankings — The contenders

Here are the current rankings for the College Football Playoff. Remember that the top four teams in the final rankings will make the playoffs. The final rankings will come after this weekend's Conference Championship games.

Conference listed after record

  1. Ohio State (11-0) Big Ten
  2. LSU (11-0) SEC
  3. Clemson (11-0) ACC
  4. Georgia (10-1) SEC
  5. Utah (10-1) Pac-12
  6. Oklahoma (10-1) Big 12
  7. Baylor (10-1) Big 12

It is very likely that Ohio State, LSU and Clemson all have a place in the College Football Playoffs even if they were to lose this weekend. They are all favorites this weekend, so those losses aren't expected, but each has done enough as undefeated teams to be locked in.

If Georgia beats LSU in the SEC Championship, they will earn the fourth spot in the Playoffs. If Georgia loses, it is very likely opens the door for another team. That team would most likely be Utah if they are able to win Friday night against Oregon. However, there is still a chance they could be passed by Oklahoma or Baylor if one of those teams blows out the other in an impressive victory.

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Now is the time for you to get in the game, so you can be ready to watch all of these games even if you've cut the cord. As a bonus, you can take these games wherever you go, so a busy weekend doesn't need to keep you away from all the action. Best of all, since you can stream on all of your devices, you can watch one game on your TV, another on your tablet, and a third on your smartphone for an ultimate multiview experience.

How to stream the College Football Conference Championship games

Hulu with Live TV

  • The cost: $45 a month after a one week free trial
  • Watch Hulu on: Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One, Chromecast, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, web browsers
  • Local channels on Hulu: ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and others. Find your local channels here.
  • College Football Playoff top-ranked teams this weekend on Hulu: Yes, you can see if all with ABC, CBS, Fox, ESPN, ESPN2 and CBSSN.

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Hulu with Live TV

All the top college football games.

Hulu doesn't just have a huge back catalog of shows — it also has live TV. And that includes your local channels as well as ESPN, ESPN2 and CBSSN to see all ten Conference Championship games.

Sling TV Orange + Blue

  • The cost: $40 a month after your first month for $25
  • Local channels on Sling TV: NBC and Fox on Sling Blue. Local on demand feeds on Sling Orange. Find your local channels here.
  • College Football Playoff top-ranked teams this weekend on Sling TV: Some, because Sling has ESPN, ESPN2 and Fox to give you a few of the conference title games. Sling does not have CBSSN, or live coverage of CBS and ABC games.

Go for two

Sling Orange + Blue

Get some of the games and save.

Sling remains one of the more economical of the major streaming services. Orange + Blue gets you half the biggest games on ESPN, ESPN2, and Fox.

Fubo TV

  • The cost: $55 a month after a one week trial
  • Watch Fubo TV on: Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Chromecast, iOS, Android and web browsers
  • Local channels on Fubo TV: CBS, Fox, NBC and CW. Find your locals here.
  • College Football Playoff top-ranked teams this weekend on Fubo TV: Some, because Fubo has Fox, CBS and CBSSN to give you a few of the big games this Saturday.

More on Fubo TV:

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Fubo TV

Fubo loves sports fans, and has some of the biggest college games this weekend.

Fubo is a live TV streaming service that has its roots in sports. The lack of ESPN keeps it from full coverage, but Fubo can still stream a bunch of these title games for you.

AT&T TV Now: Max Plan

  • The cost: $80 a month after a free trial
  • Local channels on AT&T TV Now: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and more. Find your locals here.
  • College Football Playoff top-ranked teams this weekend on AT&T TV Now: Total coverage, including ABC, Fox, ESPN, ESPN2, CBS and CBSSN too.

Go Long with Max Plan

AT&T TV Now

Spend a little more to get every big game this Saturday.

AT&T TV Now has probably the deepest channel lineup. The Max Plan delivers all the channels you need to watch every one of the top ten ranked College Playoff contenders this weekend.

YouTube TV

  • The cost: $50 a month after a free trial
  • Local channels on YouTube TV: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and more. Find your locals here.
  • College Football Playoff top-ranked teams this weekend on YouTube TV: Total coverage with all the networks you need to see these big games with Playoff implications.

More on YouTube TV:

Every play your way!

YouTube TV

It's easy, and it has loads of football channels.

YouTube TV is one of the more simple streaming services, with a single plan, a ton of channels — including all you need to see the college football Championship games this weekend.

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