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College Football's Last Games to Determine BCS

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College Football's Last Games to Determine BCS

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College Football's Last Games to Determine BCS

College Football's Last Games to Determine BCS

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College football's regular season is set to wrap up on Saturday, with big games that will decide which teams play for the national championship in January. And Army will play Navy, one of college football's biggest rivalries, in their 108th game.

Depending on the outcome of Saturday's contests — especially those involving top-ranked Missouri and second-ranked West Virginia in separate games — fans will have to wait until Sunday afternoon to make their viewing plans for post-New Year's Day bowl games.

John Feinstein speaks with Renee Montagne.