College Football TV Schedule 2019: Championship Games Times, TV Channel, Live Stream

After the four-month-long slog that is the college football regular season, the final reckoning for all but four teams arrives this weekend in the shape of Championship Week.

Titles are all on the line in each of the 10 FBS conferences and teams have one last chance to convince the College Football Playoff selection committee they deserve to be among the four programs competing for the national title later this month.

The four teams heading to the CFP will be announced on the selection show on Sunday, which is broadcast on ESPN from 12 p.m. ET.

The top four in the CFP rankings remained unchanged on Tuesday, with Ohio State topping the table for the second consecutive week ahead of LSU, and Clemson and Georgia at No. 3 and No. 4 respectively.

While the top three teams are all shoo-ins for a CFP spot, the final berth remains up for grabs. As this graphic provided by Statista shows, at 11-1 Georgia is the highest-ranked one-loss team, with Utah, Oklahoma and Baylor in hot pursuit.

The Bulldogs take on LSU in the SEC Championship Game and a loss to the Tigers could leave the door open for one of three chasing teams.

Statista, College Football Playoff ranking Week 14
Ohio State remained top of the College Football Playoff rankings after Week 14. Statista

Utah kicks off Championship Week proceedings when it takes on No. 13 Oregon for the Pac-12 title on Friday night.

Defeating the Ducks is crucial for the Utes, who have one of the most dominant defenses in the nation and have won the last eight games, but are yet to beat a game that has fewer than four losses to its name.

Utah isn't the only candidate to leapfrog the Bulldogs, should they lose to LSU. Oklahoma and Baylor go head-to-head in the Big 12 Championship Game just two weeks after the Sooners needed the largest comeback in school history to come back from 31-10 down at halftime to win 34-31.

Unlike Utah, both Oklahoma and Baylor have wins against ranked opponents and one of them will add another Top-25 scalp to their belt on Saturday.

Whether that will be enough to be among the four teams competing in the CFP remains to be seen.

Meanwhile, No. 1 Ohio State takes looks to win the Big Ten Championship Game for the third season in a row when it takes on Wisconsin, while Clemson could make it five ACC titles in five seasons with a win over Virginia.

Elsewhere, Cincinnati and Memphis collide in the AAC title game, while UAB and Florida Atlantic face off with the Conference USA title on the line.

Central Michigan takes on Miami (OH) for the Mid-American title and Boise State plays Hawaii in the Mountain West championship game.

Here's all you need to know ahead of Championship Week.

Chase Young, Ryan Day, Ohio State
Baron Browning #5, Chase Young #2, Defensive Coach Al Washington, and head coach Ryan Day of the Ohio State Buckeyes celebrate after the win over the Michigan Wolverines at Michigan Stadium on November 30 in Ann Arbor, MI. Ohio State won 56-27 against Michigan. Aaron J. Thornton/Getty

When is Championship Week?

Championship Week kicks off on Friday, December 6 when Utah and Oregon go head-to-head for the Pac-12 title.

Nine other championship games are scheduled for Saturday, beginning with the Big 12 title game between Baylor and Oklahoma.

TV coverage

The conference championship games will be broadcast across ABC, ESPN, CBSSN and FOX.

Live stream

Live streams throughout the season will be available via the broadcasters' digital platforms, as well as fuboTV and DirecTV.

FBS Championship Week TV schedule (All times ET)

Friday, December 6

  • Utah vs Oregon—8 p.m., ABC, Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California

Saturday, December 7

  • Baylor vs. Oklahoma—12 p.m., ABC, AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
  • Louisiana @ Appalachian State—12 p.m., ESPN
  • Miami (OH) vs. Central Michigan—12 p.m., ESPN 2, Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan
  • UAB @ Florida Atlantic—1:30 p.m., CBSSN
  • Cincinnati @ Memphis—3:30 p.m., ABC
  • Georgia vs. LSU—4 p.m., CBS, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Hawaii @ Boise State—4 p.m., ESPN
  • Virginia vs. Clemson—7:30 p.m., ABC, Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Ohio State vs. Wisconsin—8 p.m., FOX, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana