Texas A&M Football isn’t playing in the SEC Championship game, but you’re still watching football. Here’s a sneak peak at every conference championship game.
Rather than the Aggies heading to Atlanta they’ll watch as plays Georgia in a rematch (that this author is pretty happy about). Even though the Aggies are not playing, there is a lot of great football to be had this weekend. Let’s look at what each game offers.
Conference Championship Week is the second best week of the season, in my eyes. Rivalry Week is more fun, as is that one week every year when all the top teams decide to lose (some people call this “Blood Week,” and I like the visual). But the conference championships, where so much is on the line, is what college football is about. Win this game to get into the four-team playoff, or just win it because it’s a conference championship. These games are put on stadiums for years to come, and are the first step for post-season glory for great teams.
But with so many to watch, what choices have to be made? All Aggies are going to be watching Auburn
once again beat
play against Georgia in Atlanta. Some will (although they may not admit it) watch TCU and Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship. Some may have other reasons to watch other games. For impartial observers, I’m going to take a look at each game, and see why it is a draw, and why you should watch it.