|FBS vs. FCS
||FBS vs. FCS
|Above records through games of 12/7/13
||ATS=against the spread (opening line)
|THIS WEEK'S PICKS
|Notes: There are 7 regular season games and 7 conference championship games involving a total of 28 teams from the FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision).
0 teams play a school from the FCS (Football Championship Subdivision).
2 Teams IDLE: Army, Navy
109 Teams REGULAR SEASON COMPLETE: Air Force, Akron, Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Arkansas State, Auburn, Ball State, Boise State, Boston College, Bowling Green, Buffalo, BYU, California, Central Michigan, Clemson, Colorado, Colorado State, Duke, East Carolina, Eastern Michigan, FAU, FIU, Florida, Florida State, Fresno State, Idaho, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Georgia State, Hawaii, Houston, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Kent State, Kentucky, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Monroe, LSU, Maryland, Massachusetts, MIami (Fla.), Miami (O.), Michigan, Michigan State, Middle Tennessee, Minnesota, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New Mexico State, North Carolina, North Carolina State, North Texas, Northern Illinois, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Ohio, Ohio State, Oregon, Oregon State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Rice, San Diego State, San Jose State, South Carolina, Southern Miss, Stanford, Syracuse, TCU, Temple, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Texas State, Texas Tech, Toledo, Troy, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB, UCLA, UNLV, USC, Utah, Utah State, UTEP, UTSA, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, Washington, Washington State, West Virginia, Western Kentucky, Western Michigan, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
14 Teams play LAST REGULAR SEASON Game: Baylor, Cincinnati, Connecticut, La.-Lafayette, Louisville, Memphis, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Rutgers, South Alabama, SMU, Texas, UCF, USF.
|Games are listed in alphabetical order. (Ex. - Air Force at Wyoming would be under "A").
CAPS - Home Team.
* Bold Red * - Computer selects Vegas underdog as outright winner.
LINE - Opening line at docsports.com. Later lines are used in the event of a "pick 'em" opening.
COMPUTER - The computer "line", according to the Congrove Computer Rankings.
NL - Opponent from lower division than FBS. Computer "line" based on avg. result of lower division schools vs. FBS.
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|Thursday, December 5
|Friday, November 6
|MAC Championship at Detroit, 8:00 EST on ESPN-2
|Saturday, December 7
|CUSA Championship at Rice, Noon EST on ESPN-2
|SEC Championship at Atlanta, 4:00 EST on CBS
|MWC Championship at Fresno State, 10:00 EST on CBS
|ACC Championship at Charlotte, 8:00 EST on ABC
|Big Ten Championship at Indianapolis, 8:00 EST on FOX
|PAC-12 Championship at Arizona State, 7:45 EST on ESPN
|Regular Season games