Dec. 1: Top 25 action from around the country
SEC title game: No. 2 Alabama 32, No. 3 Georgia 28
Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban and conference championship game most valuable player Eddie Lacy celebrate after the victory at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012.
No. 7 Kansas State 42, No. 23 Texas 24
The Wildcats' Jarell Childs, left, and Marcus Heit, center, chase after a fumble against the visiting Longhorns. Kansas State claimed the Big 12 title with the victory.
No. 8 Stanford 27, No. 17 UCLA 24
Drew Terrell (right) of the Stanford Cardinal catches a touchdown pass that Sheldon Price (left) of the UCLA Bruins can't knock down during the Pac-12 championship game at Stanford Stadium in Stanford, Calif.
No. 12 Oklahoma 24, TCU 17
The Sooners' Damien Williams scores a touchdown against the host Horned Frogs.
ACC title game: No. 13 Florida State 21, Georgia Tech 15
Seminoles QB EJ Manuel, left, runs away from the Yellow Jackets' Quayshawn Nealy as Florida State won in Charlotte, N.C. to earn its first conference championship since 2005.
Big Ten title game: Wisconsin 70, No. 14 Nebraska 31
The Badgers' Beau Allen, right, carries teammate Konrad Zagzebski as Wisconsin celebrates its third straight confernence crown and berth in the Rose Bowl after the blowout victory in Indianapolis.
No. 16 Oregon State 77, Nicholls State 3
Beavers QB Sean Mannion passes the ball agains the visiting Colonels. Oregon State's 77 points broke the school record for most in a game. The game was originally scheduled to be the season opener for both teams on Sept. 1, but it was postponed when Hurricane Isaac bore down on the Colonels' campus in Thibodeaux, La.
MAC title game: No. 19 Northern Illinois 44, No.18 Kent State 37
Coach Dave Doeren and the Huskies celebrate after winning their second straight conference crown at Ford Field in Detroit.
Baylor 41, No. 24 Oklahoma State 34
The Bears' Eddie Lackey, celebrates, with teammates after returning an interception 26 yards for a touchdown against the visiting Cowboys.
No. 25 Boise State 27, Nevada 21
Broncos defenders Donte Deayon (30) and Darian Thompson (35) break up a pass to the host Wolf Pack's Brandon Wimberly during the final seconds. Boise clinched a share of the Mountain West Conference title with the victory.