College Football Championship Weekend: EXPERT picks for EVERY conference title game | CBS Sports HQ

College football championship weekend: expert picks for every conference title game | cbs sports hq

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Brady Quinn and Danny Kanell join CBS Sports HQ to preview EVERY conference championship game.

0:00-8:12 LSU vs Georgia

8:13-12:06 Utah vs USC

12:07-16:50 Purdue vs Michigan

16:51-21:59 Kansas State vs TCU

22:00-25:18 Clemson vs North Carolina

25:19-27:38 UCF vs Tulane

27:39-29:12 Coastal Carolina vs Troy

29:13-30:46 Toledo vs Ohio

30:47-32:20 North Texas at UTSA

32:21-34:43 Fresno State vs Boise State


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