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College Football Championship Saturday 2015 Predictions

Today, Gridiron Fanatic will break down the four top conference championship games in College Football that will be happening tomorrow. All four of these games have playoff implications that could turn the College Football world upside down


SEC Championship Game: 18 Florida Gators vs. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide: Alabama wins 31-17

With the inability to score points on offense, the Florida Gators will lose this contest. Their defense will keep them in the fight, but the Crimson Tide just has too many weapons on offense to contain.

PAC-12 Championship Game: 7 Stanford Cardinal vs. 24 USC Trojans: Stanford wins 38-31

After failing to live up to high expectations at the beginning of the season, the USC Trojans find themselves in the PAC-12 Championship Game. Their opponent will be the red-hot Stanford Cardinal. Expect a high scoring affair between these two dynamic programs. The Cardinal will pull off the victory at the end.

ACC Championship Game: 8 North Carolina Tar Heels Vs. 1 Clemson Tigers: North Carolina wins 42-38

The ACC Championship game could be the most exciting contest of them when it is all said and done. My prediction for this matchup is that North Carolina will defeat the Clemson Tigers in a game that will feature two explosive offenses that can score in a moment’s notice.

BIG TEN Championship Game: 5 Michigan State vs. 4 Iowa: Michigan State wins 24-20

Whoever wins between the Michigan State Spartans and the Iowa Hawkeyes, will punch their ticket into the College Football Playoffs. Both ball clubs bring a physical style of play to the table. I expect the Hawkeyes to fight till the end, but the Michigan State Spartans will pull off the victory and make their first appearance in the playoffs.


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Derrick Branch is the founder and lead writer of Tops Sports.Com. He is a die-hard sports fan and keeps it 100 on all things that involve the NFL, NBA, NCAA Football.
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