College football schedule: Championship Week 2017

By Kevin Kelley -

The college football schedule for Week 14 of the 2017 season, also known as Championship Week, features 27 games overall.

The action kicks off on Friday night with the Pac-12 Championship Game at 8:00pm ET on ESPN. Stanford takes on USC in that contest.

On Saturday, there are nine conference championship games: ACC, American, Big 12, Big Ten, Conference USA, MAC, Mountain West, SEC, and SWAC.

There are also eight FCS playoff games on Saturday beginning at 2:00pm ET. Check out the full schedule below.

Week 14 – Championship Week
All times Eastern

ACC
ULM at Florida State – Noon, ACCNExtra

ACC Championship Game
Clemson vs. Miami, FL – 8pm, ABC

AAC Championship Game
Memphis at UCF – Noon, ABC

Big 12 Championship Game
Oklahoma vs. TCU – 12:30pm, FOX

Big Ten Championship Game
Ohio State vs. Wisconsin – 8pm, FOX

Conference USA
UMass at FIU – Noon, CUSA.TV

Conference USA Championship Game
North Texas at Florida Atlantic – Noon, ESPN2

Independents
UMass at FIU – Noon, CUSA.TV

MAC Championship Game
Akron vs. Toledo – Noon, ESPN

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

Pac-12 Championship Game
USC vs. Stanford – 8pm, ESPN (Fri.)

SEC Championship Game
Georgia vs. Auburn – 4pm, CBS

Sun Belt
ULM at Florida State – Noon, ACCNExtra
Georgia Southern at Coastal Carolina – 1pm, ESPN3
Idaho at Georgia State – 2pm, ESPN3
UL Lafayette at App State – 2:30pm, ESPN3
South Alabama at New Mexico State – 4:30pm, ESPN3
Troy at Arkansas State – 7:30pm, ESPN2

SWAC Championship Game
Alcorn State vs. Grambling State – 4:30pm, ESPNU

FCS Playoffs
Furman at Wofford – 2pm, ESPN3
Stony Brook at James Madison – 2pm, ESPN3
Kennesaw St. at Jacksonville St. – 2pm, ESPN3
UNH at Central Arkansas – 3pm, ESPN3
UNI at South Dakota St. – 3pm, ESPN3
South Dakota at Sam Houston St. – 3pm, ESPN3
San Diego at North Dakota St. – 3:30pm, ESPN3
Weber State at Southern Utah – 8pm, ESPN3

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Comments (2)

Why do the Alabama and Clemson 2017 schedule page have a big logo, and records and Steele SOS displayed in in large type, when the 2017 schedules for other programs do not?

Now I figure that you are doing this because both programs participated in 2016 playoff final? What those programs did in 2016 should have no bearing on the design/layout of your 2017 schedules. IF you’re going to include the SOS ranking for one or two of the programs you should do this for all. Otherwise it looks like as lack of journalistic objectivity. Or maybe this site was this site hacked? Or maybe will blame the decision on an intern ;-)