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A race that’s expected to be close, a race that isn’t, a game where you don’t care, a fight where you know the outcome will probably be the same article The biggest story on Saturday in this week’s edition of our race predictions: Who will win the Big Six?

 The Big Six races that are likely to have the most impact on the outcome: Alabama vs. LSU (8 p.m., ESPN)  A rematch of the 2009 SEC championship game, a rematch of an upset that turned out to be Alabama’s only loss.

 Georgia vs. South Carolina (6 p., ABC) The most likely game where the winner of the SEC West title game will be Georgia.

Alabama vs. Florida (5 p.n., ABC) The most expected game in the SEC East where the Bulldogs could finish second or third in the conference.

Georgia vs. Tennessee (3 p.p., ESPN2) The biggest story in the Pac-12 South, and a game that could decide the SEC South.

Florida vs. Ohio State (2:30 p.y., ESPNU) A rematch of last year’s Sugar Bowl, which ended in a tie.

Georgia vs, UCLA (1:30 a.m.

ET, ESPN2, ESPNU-12) The game most likely to be a blowout, as the Bruins have a two-game lead in the nation.

Alabama vs Michigan State (1 a.d., ESPN1) An opportunity for the Tigers to move up in the rankings.

Florida vs. Nebraska (1 p.r., ESPN3) Michigan State and Florida will meet in the Cotton Bowl, the second game of the Big Ten championship series.

South Carolina vs. Virginia Tech (1.30 p, ESPN3, ESPN) The biggest game in this race, and an opportunity for a rematch between two of the country’s top teams.

Alabama versus Ohio State in a rematch (4 p.s., ESPN10) This game is a rematch, with the Buckeyes facing off against the Buckeye’s in-state rival in what could be the most watched rivalry in college football.

Alabama VS Ohio State for the College Football Playoff title (6:30 pm, ESPN, ESPN App) In a rematch that has been talked about for months, with Ohio State coming to town and Alabama looking to win its first national title since 2009.

Michigan vs. Wisconsin (4:30, ESPN10, ESPN Deportes) Big Ten Championship Game.

Indiana vs. Michigan State: The Big Ten Conference title game has been talking about for years, and it could be this game.

Wisconsin vs. Indiana: It’s going to be one of the biggest games of the season.

Ohio State vs. Penn State: This is a game of two teams that have been very good.

LSU vs. Kentucky: There’s no way that this game is going to end in a close score.

Kentucky vs. Oklahoma State: Another big game.

The winner of this game will go to the Rose Bowl.

Texas vs. Alabama: This could be a matchup of two of college football’s elite.

Oregon vs. Stanford: A game that will determine who will win it all.

Arizona vs. Georgia: The most interesting matchup of the weekend, and probably the biggest game of it all in the country.

The Big 12 vs. the Pac 12: Pac 12 and Big 12 are both looking for a title game, and Arizona is looking to prove to everyone that it is a top-10 team.

Mississippi vs. Mississippi State: It is going be one heck of a game.

Mississippi will have a chance to go up in national rankings and become the first team to win back-to-back SEC championships.

Louisville vs. Texas A&M: This game will determine which SEC team is the most dangerous.

Oklahoma vs. TCU: TCU will need to come up with a big win against Oklahoma to avoid being swept in the BCS Championship Game, and the Sooners will have the opportunity to do that.

Kansas State vs, Baylor: Baylor is looking for revenge against Kansas.

West Virginia vs. Utah: The Cougars are looking to get to the Sugar Bowl and make the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2010.

Arkansas vs. UCLA: The Bruins will have to beat their archrival and get back in the title game.