2016 NCAA Conference Championships Live
On Friday, December 2nd, sports fans can catch the Mid-American Conference (MAC) and PAC-12 Conference Championships and on Saturday, December 3rd, return for another day of games with the American Athletic Conference, Southeastern Conference (SEC), Big Ten Conference, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), Conference USA, and Mountain West Conference (MWC) Championships.
On Friday night, the Ohio Bobcats will take on the undefeated Western Michigan Broncos at 7:00 pm EST in Detroit for the MAC Championship title and the Colorado Buffaloes will fight the Washington Huskies for the PAC-12 Championship title in Santa Clara, California at 9:00 pm EST.
Saturday’s games run from noon to nearly midnight with championship games for the American Conference, SEC, MWC, Big Ten Conference, ACC, and Conference USA.
The biggest game to watch will be No. 1 Alabama against the University of Florida, bitter rivals each with a burning desire to take home the SEC Championship title. Crimson Tide came away from their Thanksgiving weekend matchup with a 30-12 win and yet another game under their belts in an undefeated regular season. Catch them play the Gators on Saturday at 4:00 pm EST.
On Saturday, the Oklahoma Sooners will also be taking on the Oklahoma State Cowboys (ranked No. 1 and No. 2 in the Big 12 conference, respectively) at 12:30 pm ET and the Baylor Bears will play the West Virginia Mountaineers (ranked sixth and third, respectively) at 3:30 pm ET. Since the Big 12 Conference will not have championship games this year, these are not title games. The Big 12 board has agreed to reinstate a championship game in 2017, however.
All-in-all it should be a busy and exciting weekend for college football– and we’ve made it easy for you to follow all the action live-streaming.
How to Watch the 2016 NCAA Conference Championships:
If you want to see all the matchups for the College Football Conference Championships here is the full schedule.
Friday, December 2nd
7:00 pm ET: Western Michigan Broncos v. Ohio Bobcats – Mid-American Conference
9:00 pm ET: Colorado Buffaloes v. Washington Huskies – PAC-12 Conference
Saturday, December 3rd
12:00 pm ET: Louisiana Tech Bulldogs v. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers – Conference USA
12:00 pm ET: Temple Owls v. Navy Midshipmen – American Conference
*12:30 pm ET: Oklahoma Sooners v. Oklahoma State Cowboys- Big 12 Conference
*3:30 pm ET: Baylor Bears v. West Virginia Mountaineers- Big 12 Conference
4:00 pm ET: Alabama Crimson Tide v. Florida Gators – Southeastern Conference (SEC)
7:45 pm ET: Wyoming Cowboys v. San Diego State Aztecs – Mountain West Conference
8:00 pm ET: Wisconsin Badgers v. Penn State Nittany Lions – Big Ten Conference
8:00 pm ET: Clemson Tigers v. Virginia Tech Hokies – Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
* The Oklahoma v. Oklahoma State and Baylor v. West Virginia games are not conference title games.