College football championship weekend

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Sunday, December 4, 2016
FILE: Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts sets back to pass the ball during the first half of the Iron Bowl NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Conference championship games take center stage this weekend as the nation's top teams battle for four coveted College Football Playoff spots.

Playoff Impact Games

Saturday, Dec. 3

#10 Oklahoma State vs #9 Oklahoma: Baker Mayfield passed for 288 yards and three touchdowns, and Oklahoma defeated Oklahoma State 38-20 on Saturday in a matchup that decided the Big 12 champion and likely guaranteed the Sooners a trip to the Sugar Bowl.

  • SEC championship game: #1 Alabama (12-0) vs #15 Florida in the SEC Championship

Alabama showed off all its weapons in the Southeastern Conference championship game as they defeated Florida 54-16 to with the title.

  • ACC championship game: #3 Clemson (11-1) vs #23 Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship

No. 3 Clemson defeated Virginia 42-35 to win the ACC Championship.

  • Big Ten championship game:#6 Wisconsin (10-2) vs #7 Penn State (10-2) in the Big Ten Championship

Penn State defeated Wisconsin 38-31 to win the Big Ten Championship Game.

Texas Colleges

  • Baylor (6-5) vs 16 West Virginia

Skyler Howard threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score, and West Virginia held on for a 24-21 victory over Baylor on Saturday night in their Big 12 regular-season finale.

  • Chattanooga Mocs (9-3) vs Sam Houston State (11-0) - Round 2 FCS Playoffs

Following a first-round bye, the No. 1-ranked Sam Houston State Bearkats defeated Chattanooga 41-36 in the second round of the FCS Playoffs on Saturday at Bowers Stadium.

Sam Houston, who is the top-ranked team in the nation in both the STATS FCS and NCAA Coaches' polls, was one of eight playoff teams with a week off in the first round after being given the No. 5 overall seed in the push for Frisco. Meanwhile, the Mocs enter Bowers Stadium following a 45-14 win over Weber State in the first round.

Friday, Dec. 2

Pac-12 championship game: #4 Washington defeated Colorado 41-10 to win the Pac-12 Championship.

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