By Oscar C. Woodall, Jr. | HayWood Media
Now that Rivalry Saturday has passed College football’s 2021 regular football season is about to come to an end.
So, now many college football fans are awaiting to watch college football’s post season games, beginning with conference championship games being played this coming Friday, December 3 and Saturday, Dec 4.
The Friday games include The Pacific Athletic Coast-12 (PAC-12) Conference championship game featuring the 10-2 Oregon Ducks and the 9-3 Utah Utes 8 PM ET on ABC.
The Saturday games include the Big-12 (BIG XII) conference championship game featuring the 11-1Oklahoma State Cowboys and the 10-2 Baylor Bears, noon ET on ABC, the Conference USA (CUSA) championship game featuring the 8-4 western Kentucky hill toppers and the 11-1 UTSA roadrunners 7:00 PM ET on CBSSN, the SEC Championship game, featuring the 12-0 Georgia Bulldogs taking on the 11-1 Alabama Crimson Tide, 4 P.M. ET on CBS¸ the ACC Championship game, featuring the 10-2 Pitt Panthers taking on the 10-2 Wake Forest Demon Deacons 8:00 PM ET on ABC, the BIG-10 Championship game, featuring the 10-1 Michigan Wolverines playing the 10-2 Iowa Hawkeyes 8:00 PM ET on FOX, the American Athletic Conference (AAC) championship game featuring the 12-0 Cincinnati Bearcats and the 11-1 Houston cougars 4:00 PM ET on ABC. the Mountain West Conference (MWC) championship game featuring the 11-1 San Diego Aztecs and the 9-3 Utah State Aggies 3:00 PM ET on FOX.
the MAC championship game featuring the 8-4Northern Illinois Huskies and the 7-5 Kent State Golden Flashes noon ET on ESPN. And, the ACC championship game featuring the 12-0 Wake Forest Demon Deacons and the 10-2 Pitt Panthers 8:00PM ET on ABC. I hope, that you enjoy the game of your choosing.