College football schedule: Championship Week 2018

By Kevin Kelley -

The college football schedule for Week 14 of the 2018 season, also known as Championship Week, features 25 games overall.

The action kicks off on Friday night with the MAC Championship Game at 7:00pm ET on ESPN2. Northern Illinois takes on Buffalo in that contest.

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

East Carolina at NC State – Noon, ACCNExtra
Marshall at Virginia Tech – Noon, ACCNExtra

ACC Championship Game
Clemson vs. Pitt – 8pm, ABC

American Championship Game
Memphis at UCF – 3:30pm, ABC

Big 12
Drake at Iowa State – Noon, Cyclones.TV

Big 12 Championship Game
Texas vs. Oklahoma – Noon, ABC

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

Conference USA Championship Game
UAB at Middle Tennessee – 1:30pm, CBSSN

Norfolk State at Liberty – 2pm, ESPN3

MAC Championship Game
NIU vs. Buffalo – 7pm, ESPN2 (Fri.)

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

Stanford at California – 3pm, Pac-12N

Pac-12 Championship Game
Utah vs. Washington – 8pm, FOX (Fri.)

Akron at South Carolina – Noon, SECN

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

Sun Belt Championship Game
Louisiana at Appalachian State – Noon, ESPN

SWAC Championship Game
Southern at Alcorn State – 4:30pm, ESPNU

FCS Playoffs
Jacksonville St. at Maine – Noon, ESPN3
James Madison at Colgate – 1pm, ESPN3
Wofford at Kennesaw St. – 2pm, ESPN3
Duquesne at South Dakota State – 3pm, ESPN3
Montana St. at North Dakota St. – 3pm, ESPN3
Southeast Missouri at Weber St. – 4pm, ESPN3
Nicholls at Eastern Washington – 5pm, ESPN3
Northern Iowa at UC Davis – 7pm, ESPN3

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Comments (3)

James Madison at Colgate is going to be quite a match-up! Colgate gave Army all they wanted and more. The Dukes better not be looking past the Raiders….