Here is your yearly installment of our bowl watchability rankings. Because while every game is entertaining, some are simply must-see TV.
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Oklahoma receiver CeeDee Lamb vs. LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. just might top the list of intriguing bowl-game battles.
- New Year's 6 set; Michigan-Bama in Citrus Bowl
- Baylor loses Brewer after big hits in Big 12 loss
- OSU's Hubbard, Baylor's Lynch win Big 12 honors
- Utes, Sooners up a spot as CFP top 4 unchanged
After getting blown out in the SEC title game, the Bulldogs seek redemption against Baylor in their return to New Orleans.
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Three teams remain undefeated, but the Tigers make the best case for being No. 1.
Baylor hung around in a physical game, but Oklahoma trusted its defense and red zone game behind Jalen Hurts.
Rhamondre Stevenson had a 5-yard touchdown run in overtime and No. 6 Oklahoma made its bid for another playoff berth with a 30-23 win over No. 8 Baylor in the Big 12 championship game Saturday.
Erring "on the side of caution," Baylor coach Matt Rhule ruled Charlie Brewer out for the remainder of the Big 12 title game after two bigs hits, including one where the QB's helmet hit the turf on a sack by Oklahoma's Kenneth Murray.
LSU's 37-10 win against Georgia in the SEC title game likely opened up a top-four spot for Oklahoma and perhaps moved the Tigers past Ohio State for No. 1.
From the SEC and Pac-12 all the way down to Division III, here's your complete championship weekend preview.