Kentucky is an underdog by three points, but the rest of the SEC is favored to win their bowl games, inlcuding some by double digits.
LSU opens as a 12.5-point favorite over No. 4 Oklahoma, and No. 3 Clemson opens as a two-point favorite over Ohio State, which dropped to No. 2 after Saturday's conference championships.
On Sunday the College Football Playoff selection committee will determine the four teams that will compete for the national title.
The Buckeyes can clinch a third consecutive Big Ten Championship with a win over Wisconsin in Indianapolis on Saturday.
The Tigers can become the first team in FBS history to win five consecutive conference championship games with a victory over the Cavaliers on Saturday.
The second-best offense in the nation goes up against the No. 2-ranked defense in the country on Saturday when the Tigers face the Bulldogs in Atlanta.
Two weeks after Oklahoma won a 34-31 shootout on the road against Baylor, the two conference rivals meet again with a Big 12 title on the line.
Clemson is the biggest-favorite of any of the FBS teams in action in a conference championship game this week.
Championship Week begins on Friday night, when Utah and Oregon collide for the Pac-12 title, with a further nine games scheduled for Saturday.
The Utah football program added to the responses to Finebaum's comments, writing "thanks for the bulletin board material, @finebaum. Keep it coming," on its Twitter account.
Ohio State is the favorite among sportsbooks for the national title as nation's top teams head towards conference championship games.
"I just think other programs get the benefit of the doubt, and for whatever reason, our league, certainly Clemson, we don't get the benefit of the doubt," Swinney said during a press conference.
"It's been happening very slowly for a couple of years," Finebaum said of Alabama's head football coach and the Crimson Tide during an appearance on ESPN's 'Get Up.' "I think over the last couple of months we've seen it."
The top four is expected to remain unchanged going into Championship Week, but Alabama should fall down the rankings after losing to Auburn in the Iron Bowl.
No major changes are expected in the top four of the latest CFP rankings, but Alabama is set to fall away after losing to Auburn in the Iron Bowl.
Utah and Oregon kick off Championship Week when they meet in the Pac-12 title decider on Friday, with LSU facing Georgia in the SEC title game on Saturday.
Baylor, at No. 9 going into the weekend, just needs a win next weekend combined with two more outcomes after Alabama and Minnesota lost on Saturday.
Just when the annual game had maybe seen it all, Saturday's game happened at the Iron Bowl game between No. 5 Alabama and No. 15 Auburn, and there was craziness.
The No. 7-ranked Sooners take on state rivals and No. 21-ranked Cowboys needing a win to keep their College Football Playoff hopes alive.
No. 2 ranked LSU can go 12-0 with a win over the Aggies and avenge last season's controversial loss after seven overtimes.
The Bulldogs can improve to 11-1 and extend their winning run over the Yellow Jackets to three games on Saturday.
No. 1 Ohio State travels to No. 13 Michigan on Saturday looking to extends its winning streak over the Wolverines to eight.
No. 5-ranked Crimson Tide must win on the road against the No. 15 Tigers to keep its hopes of a spot in the College Football Playoff alive.
The No. 3-ranked Tigers are 11-0 and could go unbeaten in the regular season for a second consecutive year.
With week 13 of college football in the books, new sets of rankings and betting odds have been released for the College Football Playoff National Championship.
No. 1 Ohio State faces No. 13 Michigan on the road, while No. 5 Alabama takes on No. 15 Auburn in the Iron Bowl and No. 7 Oklahoma faces No. 21 Oklahoma State,
Ohio State leapfrogged LSU at No. 1, while Clemson and Georgia rounded up the top four and Utah climbed up to No. 6.
LSU, Ohio State and Clemson are set to retain the top three spots but Georgia's No.4 ranking could be in jeopardy.