Auburn, Clemson favorites heading into conference championship week

The final week of the season is upon us and every conference will have their championship games this week except for the Sun Belt, since they don’t have a conference title game yet. There will also be a few make up games this week to help teams get bowl eligible. These are games that were canceled because of the hurricanes earlier this season.

The rankings below reflect the AP rankings since the college football playoff rankings won’t be out until Tuesday night.

ACC Championship, Charlotte (December 2, 7:00 pm, ABC)
#1 Clemson (-7.5) vs. #7 Miami, O/U 47.5

Big Ten Championship, Indianapolis (December 2, 7:00 pm, FOX)
#8 Ohio State (-6) vs. #3 Wisconsin, O/U 53

Big 12 Championship, Dallas (December 2, 11:30 am – FOX)
#2 Oklahoma (-5.5) vs. #10 TCU, O/U 62.5

Pac-12 Championship, Santa Clara (December 1, 7:00 pm – ESPN)
#11 USC (-2.5) vs. #14 Stanford, O/U 57.5

SEC Championship, Atlanta (December 2, 3:00 pm – CBS)
#4 Auburn (-2.5) vs. #6 Georgia, O/U 49

AAC Championship (December 2, 11:00 am – ABC)
#16 Memphis at #12 UCF (-7.5), O/U 85.5

C-USA Championship (December 2, 11:00 am – ESPN2)
North Texas at Florida Atlantic (-9.5), O/U 74.5

MAC Championship, Detroit (December 2, 11:00 am – ESPN)
Toledo (-17.5) vs. Akron, O/U 56.5

MWC Championship (December 2, 6:45 pm – ESPN)
#25 Fresno State at Boise State (-10), O/U 49

Additionally, both Troy and South Alabama are in action this weekend. The Trojans are a 1-point underdog to Arkansas State on the road as they look to lock up a share of the Sun Belt title. South Alabama opened as an 8-point underdog on the road at New Mexico State, and the line quickly rose to around +10 for the Jags. They will look to win the final game for head coach Joey Jones. Jones resigned as head coach last week.