Found December 02, 2011 on Unathletic:

The College Football fun is reaching its pinnacle this weekend. There is a hefty slate of Championship Games scheduled for Saturday that is undoubtedly going to shape the landscape of the BCS picture.

Before we get to the BCS Conference Championship Games, I think it’s fair to give Houston some love. Granted their schedule isn’t the best in the country, but they are going to finish this season undefeated, which if you ask Boise St., is no easy task. You also have to give Case Keenum some love. Unfortunately, because his schedule is crap, he’s not going to win the Heisman. That doesn’t mean he’s not deserving.

Alright, let’s get into these games…..

Friday @ 8:00 PM on FOX – Pac-12 Championship

Who’s the first team to play in a Championship Game with 6 losses? Ding ding ding. UCLA. Seeing USC already won the Pac-12 Championship when they beat Oregon last week, this game means nothing to anybody. Oregon is 31 point favorites. Expect them to cover that number, and send Rick Neuheisal off with an ass-kicking. UCLA, for lack of a better word, sucks. They don’t really do anything good, except run the ball a little bit. This should be fun. The third ranked scoring offense in the nation vs. the 90th ranked defense. Get your popcorn ready for an annihilation.

Saturday @ 4:00 PM on CBS – SEC Championship

(Yawn) LSU is only 13 point favorites in this game. Take your entire life savings and put it on LSU, and you will be a happy camper. Georgia had the pleasure of playing in the SEC East where only one other team is over .500. LSU, with the exception to Alabama, has KILLED everyone they’ve played. They’ve destroyed them on both sides of the ball. This game is going to be no different. However, it’s not going to be a high scoring affair. I’m expecting 28-10, but the game is never going to be that close. LSU finishes what they started, believe me.

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