It’s the final full Saturday of the regular season and many of the championship games will have an influence on the College Football Playoff and the New Year’s Six bowls. Only Alabama’s spot in the top four is guaranteed, which makes this weekend the most important of all.
Here’s what to watch in Week 14:
No. 17 Western Michigan vs. Ohio, 7 p.m. ET
Western Michigan is trying to cap an undefeated season, nab its first conference title and perhaps earn a berth in the Cotton Bowl. The Broncos haven’t played for the MAC title since 2000 when Marshall defeated them. Ohio is also seeking its first MAC title. They were beaten by Northern Illinois, 23-20, in their last trip to the title game in 2011 and are 0-3 overall in the title game.
This is a matchup of the league’s best offense (WMU) against the league’s best defense (Ohio). The duo of quarterback Zach Terrell and receiver Corey Davis is one of the most dynamic in the country. Terrell has completedRead More »from What to Watch: Playoff spots are up for grabs during championship week