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Big Ten Championship 2013: Ohio State-Michigan State Game time, TV schedule, odds, and more

You'll be watching the Big Ten Championship Game. What else is worth taking in during college football's championship game weekend?


Ohio State (-5.5) and Michigan State kick off Saturday night after 8:00 p.m. on FOX (Channel 1008 in Columbus on Time Warner-Columbus/Delaware) with a BCS Championship Game berth on the line for the Buckeyes. While MSU and former Buckeyes defensive coordinator Mark Dantonio has a strong case for a BCS at-large bid of their own regardless, a win would clinch their place in the Rose Bowl and send Ohio State down to either the Sugar or Orange Bowl.

Before you tune in for the B1G title, you'll want to check out Bedlam as Oklahoma State (-10) and Oklahoma battle for that other OSU to have a shot at a Big XII championship. At 3:30, Baylor (-15.5) plays host to Texas. Worth noting: going back over 50 years, every Texas coach to have lost their job lost to the Bears in their final season.

Amongst the remaining BCS conference championship games, your options include Missouri (-1) against Auburn for the SEC crown, Arizona State (-3) against Stanford in the Pac-12 title game, and of course Florida State (-28.5) against Duke for the ACC title. Should the favorites all prevail, we could be looking at an Arizona State--Michigan State Rose Bowl, an Oklahoma State-UCF Fiesta Bowl, an Auburn-Baylor Sugar Bowl, a Clemson-Alabama Orange Bowl, and (/knocks on wood) an Ohio State-Florida State title game. We'll all have to hold our breath until then.

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12 p.m. ET No. 17 Oklahoma, 9-2 No. 6 Oklahoma State, 10-1


12 p.m. ET No. 16 UCF, 10-1 SMU, 5-6


12 p.m. ET Marshall, 9-3 Rice, 9-3


1 p.m. ET Memphis, 3-8 UConn, 2-9


3:30 p.m. ET No. 25 Texas, 8-3 No. 9 Baylor, 10-1

3:30 p.m. ET Furman, 8-5 North Dakota State, 11-0


4 p.m. ET No. 5 Missouri, 11-1 No. 3 Auburn, 11-1

7:30 p.m. ET USF, 2-9 Rutgers, 5-6


7:45 p.m. ET No. 7 Stanford, 10-2 No. 11 Arizona State, 10-2


8 p.m. ET No. 20 Duke, 10-2 No. 1 Florida State, 12-0


8 p.m. ET UL Lafayette, 8-3 South Alabama, 5-6


8:17 p.m. ET No. 2 Ohio State, 12-0 No. 10 Michigan State, 11-1

10 p.m. ET Utah State, 8-4 No. 23 Fresno State, 10-1