Expert Picks Podcast: Championship week predictions

Braxton Miller will try to lead Ohio State to a BCS title game appearance.  (USATSI)
Braxton Miller will try to lead Ohio State to a BCS title game appearance. (USATSI)

With the help of Tom Fornelli and Jerry Hinnen, the Eye On College Football Podcast is back for another round of discussing the CBS Sports Expert Picks for Week 15.

Championship week brings less games but heightened importance to the Week 15 slate, as we begin the show with a detailed breakdown of the SEC Championship Game. Two of us are taking Missouri, one is taking Auburn; and all three are expecting the game to be decided by less than a touchdown.We move from there to Ohio State's BCS title play-in game against Michigan State, where we are reminded that Urban Meyer has a pretty good track record in big games. From there it's on to the ACC, Pac-12, MAC, Mountain West and the games that will decide the AAC and Big 12 in Week 15. So kick back, relax and enjoy our preview of the best of Week 15 action.

Games covered in the podcast (in order of appearance)

No. 5 Missouri Tigers vs. No. 3 Auburn Tigers (-1.5)

No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes vs. No. 10 Michigan State Spartans (+6.5)

No. 7 Stanford Cardinal at No. 11 Arizona State Sun Devils  (-3.5)

No. 20 Duke Blue Devils vs. No. 1 Florida State Seminoles (-28.5)

No. 17 Oklahoma Sooners at No. 6 Oklahoma State Cowboys (-10.5)

No. 25 Texas Longhorns at No. 9 Baylor Bears (-13.5)

Bowling Green Falcons vs. No. 14 Northern Illinois Huskies (-3.5)

Utah State Aggies vs. No. 23 Fresno State Bulldogs (-3.5)

No. 19 Louisville Cardinals at Cincinnati Bearcats (+3.5)

No. 16 UCF Knights at Southern Methodist Mustangs (+7.5)

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Previously on the Eye On College Football Podcast

Brian Kelly on Notre Dame's 2013 season, Everett Golson's return, more (iTunes)

Week 14 Rewind: Iron Bowl drama starts new BCS debates (iTunes)

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Chip Patterson has spent his young career covering college sports from the Old North State. He's been writing and talking about football and basketball for CBS Sports since 2010. You may have heard him... Full Bio

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