College football conference championship game schedule 2022: Matchups, dates, times

Looking at the 2022 college football conference championship game schedule to see the title game matchups and all you need to know to watch. 

The regular season is over and, for as good as Rivalry Week was, we now move into the 2022 college football conference championship game schedule and what should be a fascinating slate of games.

After the end of the regular season, only three teams in the country — Georgia, Michigan, TCU — remain undefeated and all three will be in action competing for their conference championship. But on a grander scale, they also might already have their respective spots in the College Football Playoff locked up.

USC will be in the Pac-12 title game as well and has the clearest path to making it to the Playoff of any other team. And outside of the Playoff, the AAC title game between UCF and Tulane will determine the highest-ranked Group of 5 team and there will be a ton of terrific football from the best teams in the country.

You won’t want to miss a second of the action between Friday, Dec. 2 and Saturday, Dec. 3, so we have the college football conference championship game schedule along with the standard viewing information you’ll need to watch.

College football conference championship game schedule 2022

Friday, Dec. 2

Conference USA Championship Game: North Texas (7-5) vs UTSA (10-2)

  • Start Time: TBD
  • TV Channel: CBS Sports Network
  • Location: Alamodome – San Antonio, TX

Pac-12 Championship Game: USC (11-1) vs Utah/Oregon

  • Start Time: 6 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: FOX
  • Location: Allegiant Stadium – Las Vegas, NV

Saturday, Dec. 3

Big 12 Championship Game: Kansas State (9-3) vs TCU (12-0)

  • Start Time: Noon ET
  • TV Channel: ABC
  • Location: AT&T Stadium – Arlington, TX

MAC Championship Game: Toledo (7-5) vs Ohio (9-3)

  • Start Time: Noon ET
  • TV Channel: ESPN
  • Location: Ford Field – Detroit, MI

Sun Belt Championship Game: Coastal Carolina (9-2) vs Troy (10-2)

  • Start Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: ESPN
  • Location: Veterans Memorial Stadium – Troy, AL

SEC Championship Game: LSU (9-3) vs Georgia (12-0)

  • Start Time: 4 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: CBS
  • Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium – Atlanta, GA

Mountain West Championship Game: Fresno State (8-4) vs Boise State (9-3)

  • Start Time: 4 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: FOX
  • Location: Albertsons Stadium – Boise, ID

AAC Championship Game: UCF (9-3) vs Tulane (10-2)

  • Start Time: 4 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: ABC
  • Location: Yulman Stadium – New Orleans, LA

ACC Championship Game: Clemson (10-2) vs North Carolina (9-3)

  • Start Time: 8 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: ABC
  • Location: Bank of America Stadium – Charlotte, NC

Big Ten Championship Game: Purdue (8-4) vs Michigan (12-0)

  • Start Time: 8 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: FOX
  • Location: Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, IN

While the Friday slate is much, much lighter on games than Saturday, the games are very well spaced out so that, basically, anyone who can rock two screens at a time can keep an eye on all of the action.

All told, it should be a massively fun couple of days that lead the way into bowl season.

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