Picks for EVERY Championship Game in College Football [Best Bets, Picks to Win] | CBS Sports HQ

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Brady Quinn & Danny Kanell join CBS Sports HQ to share their picks for EVERY championship game.

0:00-7:39 Georgia vs Alabama

7:40-11:37 Michigan vs Iowa

11:38-14:29 Baylor vs Oklahoma State

14:30-17:54 Pitt vs Wake Forest

17:55-21:17 Oregon vs Utah

21:18-24:14 USC vs Cal (Makeup Game)

24:15-28:04 Houston vs Cincinnati

28:05-30:20 Utah State vs San Diego State

30:21-32:17 App State vs Louisiana

32:18-33:45 Western Kentucky vs UTSA

33:46-36:05 Kent State vs Northern Illinois

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