— Fox's top announce team of Gus Johnson, Charles Davis and Julie Alexandria and guest sideline analyst Petros Papadakis will be busy, calling the Pac-12 Championship (UCLA at Stanford) at 7 p.m. Friday and the Big Ten Championship (Wisconsin vs. Nebraska from Indianapolis) at 7 p.m. Saturday. The stadiums are almost 2,300 miles apart.
— ABC's Notre Dame at USC telecast Saturday night was the most-viewed regular-season college football game since 2006 with 16 million viewers and a 9.4 rating. The No. 2 Michigan at No. 1 Ohio State game on Nov. 18, 2006, had 21 million viewers and a 13.0 rating.
— KOKH-25 has switched its noon Sunday NFL telecast from San Francisco at St. Louis, featuring former OU quarterback Sam Bradford, to Minnesota at Green Bay, featuring ex-Sooner back Adrian Peterson.
— CBS analyst Gary Danielson said Georgia's quarterback play might be the key to the SEC Championship as the Bulldogs face Alabama at 3 p.m. Saturday. “Mark Richt's team has a chance to compete against anybody,” he said. “He has his defense together and with a quarterback, he has a chance to win.” Verne Lundquist, Danielson and reporter Tracy Wolfson will call the game.