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BCS Bids on Line in Championship Games

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Congrats! We made it to the final week of another regular season without everybody strangling one another. Can you feel the love?

Using BCS rankings rather than AP poll rankings, let’s go Big Game Hunting one last time—starting with the top five conference championship games on the board. (Games on Saturday unless otherwise noted. All times Eastern.)

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