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Predictions for Every College Football Game in Week 14

Baker Mayfield

Baker Mayfield

College football’s 2016 regular season concludes with a small, but meaningful slate on Friday and Saturday for Week 14. The action begins on Friday night with the MAC Championship between Western Michigan and Ohio, with the Pac-12 title game between Washington and Colorado kicking off later that evening. With a win over Ohio, the Broncos likely ensure a trip to a New Year’s Six bowl. On Saturday, 14 games dot the schedule, starting with the American Athletic Conference title game between Temple and Navy, Conference USA’s title matchup with WKU and Louisiana Tech and Oklahoma-Oklahoma State in the first wave of matchups. The afternoon slate features Baylor at West Virginia and the SEC title game between Alabama and Florida. The Gators hope to derail the Crimson Tide's perfect season, but the Crimson Tide are a heavy favorite and the matchups clearly favor coach Nick Saban's team. The nightcap on Championship Saturday starts in Orlando with Virginia Tech and Clemson in the ACC Championship, with Penn State and Wisconsin meeting in the Big Ten title game.  

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Which teams will come out on top in every FBS game for Week 14?Bryan Fischer and Jim Weberjoin Athlon Sports' Steven Lassan andMitch Light to provide weekly predictions for every contest:

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Steven Lassan

Mitch Light

Bryan Fischer

Jim  Weber

Ohio vs. Western Michigan (MAC Title - Detroit)

Colorado vs.  Washington (Pac-12 Title - Santa Clara)

Kansas State at TCU

Troy at Georgia Southern

Temple at Navy (American Title)

Louisiana Tech at WKU (C-USA Title)

Oklahoma State at Oklahoma

NMSU at South Alabama

Louisiana at ULM

Baylor at West Virginia

Alabama vs. Florida (SEC Title - Atlanta)

Georgia State at Idaho

Arkansas State at Texas State

SDSU at Wyoming (MW Title)

Clemson vs.  Virginia Tech (ACC Title - Orlando)

Wisconsin vs.  Penn State (Big Ten Title - Indy)

Army vs. Navy (Dec. 10 - Baltimore)