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How to watch: Week 14 college football, with TV times, network, streaming

Here are the TV times, networks and streaming opportunities for all FBS games Friday and Saturday. All times are EDT, and all TV information is for the Atlanta TV market. 

This is the weekend for conference championships, but there are five regular-season finales on the schedule, too. 

Time, Teams, Network

» Friday, Nov. 30

7pm, Mid-American Championship game: Buffalo vs. Northern Illinois (Detroit), ESPN2

8pm, Pac-12 Championship game: No. 17 Utah vs. No. 11 Washington (Santa Clara, Calif.), Fox

» Saturday, Dec. 1

Noon, Big 12 Championship game: No. 5 Oklahoma vs. No. 14 Texas (Arlington, Texas), WSB Channel 2 Action News (ABC)

Noon, Drake at No. 23 Iowa State,

Noon, East Carolina at N.C. State, ACC Network Extra (online only)

Noon, Marshall at Virginia Tech, ACC Network Extra (online only)

Noon, Sun Belt Championship game: Louisiana-Lafayette at Appalachian State, ESPN

1:30pm, Conference USA Championship game: Alabama-Birmingham at Middle Tennessee, CBS Sports Network

2pm, Norfolk State at Liberty, ESPN3 (online only)

3pm, Stanford at California, Pac-12 Networks

3:30pm, American Athletic Championship game: Memphis at No. 8 Central Florida, WSB Channel 2 Action News (ABC)

4pm, SEC Championship game: No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 4 Georgia (Mercedes-Benz Stadium), CBS

7:45pm, Mountain West Championship game: Fresno State at Boise State, ESPN 

8pm, ACC Championship game: No. 2 Clemson vs. Pittsburgh (Charlotte), WSB Channel 2 Action News (ABC)

8pm, Big Ten Championship game: No. 21 Northwestern vs. No. 6 Ohio State (Indianapolis), Fox  

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