Bowl Selection Show

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Ohio State and LSU to Play for National Championship

After yet another upset-filled week of college football, the Bowl Championship Series has finalized its pairings. Missouri, perhaps a victim of the Sports Illustrated cover jinx, was No. 1 heading into the weekend, but lost in Saturday's Big 12 Championship and was shut out of the BCS bowls. Instead they'll play Arkansas in the Cotton Bowl on Jan. 1.Here are the Bowl Championship Series pairings:Rose Bowl: USC vs. Illinois(Tues., Jan. 1, 4:30 pm/ET, ABC)Sugar Bowl: Hawaii vs. Georgia(Tuesday, Jan. 1, 8:30 pm/ET, Fox)Fiesta Bowl: Oklahoma vs. West Virginia(Wednesday, Jan. 2, 8 pm/ET, Fox)Orange Bowl: Kansas vs. Virginia Tech(Thursday, Jan. 3, 8 pm/ET, Fox)BCS National Championship: Ohio State vs. LSU(Monday, Jan. 7, 8 pm/ET, Fox)What do you think? Did the BCS voters make the right call? read more

BCS Slots Up for Grabs in College Football's Final Weekend

Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel by Steve Grayson/

College football's regular season comes to a close Saturday with several key clashes. The Big 12 Championship game (Dec. 1, 8 pm/ET, ABC) pits current BCS No.1 Missouri against No. 9 Oklahoma. No. 2 West Virginia closes out its season against Pittsburgh at 7:45 pm/ET, on ESPN. The SEC title game — featuring No. 7 LSU and No. 14 Tennessee — will be shown on CBS at 4 pm/ET.While it has no impact on the BCS, the 108th Army-Navy game is also being played Saturday (noon/ET, CBS).ESPN’s College GameDay (10 am/ET) will be on-site for the Big 12 Championship in San Antonio. GameDay’s Kirk Herbstreit will pull double duty, joining Brent Musberger in the booth for the game.The Bowl Championship Series pairings will be announced in a selection show on Fox on Sunday (Dec. 2, 8 pm/ET, or whenever their NFL games end). Fox will air four of the five BCS games, climaxing with the BCS Championship Game on Monday, Jan. 7. read more

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Premise: Matchups and analysis for the 35-game bowl lineup, capped by the BCS National Championship on Jan. 6 in Pasadena. The other BCS contests are the Rose, Fiesta, Sugar and Orange bowls. Rece Davis hosts.


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