We're almost at the finish line ... we have a few more games, championship games, and then of course the bowl games to end the 2011-2012 college football season. Shortly after, all the draft stuff will kick in to top gear.
But for now, today, we'll turn the attention to today's action.
There are a few major games this afternoon and evening between ranked teams. The most prestigious of them will be Georgia vs. LSU for the SEC Championship Game. Should LSU lose and Georgia win, it will shake things up considerably. While Georgia is the underdog in this matchup, if they pull off the victory, there will be a ton of chatter, more than there has been and a possible push to implement some form of a playoff system.
After the SEC Championship, there will be two evening games that will draw a lot of attention; The Bedlam Game between the No. 10 Oklahoma Sooners and No. 3 Oklahoma State Cowboys. Should Bob Stoops push the Sooners to a victory over the red hot Cowboys, then this too, could make things interesting for the final rankings.
The latest game to start will be the Big 10 Championship between No. 15 Wisconsin vs. #13 Michigan State. Both these teams had done very well this season and have either met or exceeded expectations. Both teams do however have a pair of losses. I expect this game to quite possibly be the closest of the four major.
Jump past the break to see the rest of today's scheduled games...