NCAA Football Report (Championship Week)

The NCAA season officially came to an end as the Bowl season is coming and in that bowl season the College Football Playoff will feature four teams who brought it down to the wire on championship week.

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NCAA Football Report (Week 14)

The NCAA season has been very unpredictable and things continued during championship week leading to a very tough decision by the College Football Playoff committee who brought back an era where the SEC was the top conference with their final rankings.

NCAA Football Report (Week 13)

Rivalry Week lived up to its reputation sending the CFP rankings into a mess with some teams getting their final chance to make that top four during championship week while others sit and wait.

NCAA Football Report (Week 14)

The College Football Playoff is set and championship week in the NCAA was a big one to determine the participants as three champions move on with two more games until the National Champion is crowned for 2016.

NCAA Football Report (Week 14)

Championship weekend meant a lot more than conference titles as the playoff came down to the last week of the seaosn.

NCAA Football Report (Week 15)

Championship week would once again clear plenty of things up for the NCAA as it was the last chance teams would have to show that they belong in the Top 25. Many teams would see their last games just hoping to make a big enough impression to earn a bowl bid. It was the last chance for teams to show that they can put on a great show in a bowl and some teams would accomplish this while other teams fell short. Then there was the teams sitting among the top ten of the BCS rankings who all were looking at a few big games that would change the face of the BCS.

NCAA Football Report (Week 14)

Week 14 in the NCAA is always a good one but it does not always have the drama that it would in 2012. The storylines were many in the final week where the championships would be determined. It is always a big week because it is the week where conference titles are determined and for many that is the biggest game they will play. The championship games for some teams are their biggest game as they will likely not make a BCS bowl and so the highlight of the year is to call themselves a conference champion.

What 2 Watch (Dec. 2-4)

With Canadian Football done for the year the first weekend in December will feature fewer games but still some great events. The NCAA will take over this weekend with Championship Weekend seeing a number of great championship games just before the main bowls are decided. Meanwhile the NFL continues in their last few weeks with a game that could provide a big upset in the league.

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