After a wild, crazy, and tumultuous season of college football, it is just about time to settle conference championships around the country.

In the B1G, Ohio State at 5-0 was the beneficiary of the conference shifting the six-game rule to represent the East division in Indianapolis. At No. 4 on the College Football Playoff Rankings, a win would likely put the Buckeyes into a Jan. 1 semifinal contest.

Representing the West division, Northwestern is one of the most-improved teams in the country after finishing 3-9 last season. If not for a disastrous loss to Michigan State, the Wildcats would be undefeated and potentially also playing for a shot at the Playoff. Instead, Pat Fitzgerald and the Wildcats are hoping to shock the world and land a New Year’s Six Bowl to cap 2020.

As we get set for the action, here is how the College GameDay crew picked the conference championships, including those of guest-picker Joel McHale:

Joel McHale: Wisconsin (vs Minnesota), Boise State (Mount West Championship vs San Jose State), Cincinnati (AAC Championship vs Tulsa), Florida (SEC Championship vs Alabama), Oklahoma (Big 12 Championship vs Iowa State), Northwestern (B1G Championship vs Ohio State), Clemson (ACC Championship over Notre Dame),

Desmond Howard: Wisconsin (vs Minnesota), SJ State (MWC vs Boise State), Cincinnati (vs Tulsa), Alabama (vs Florida), Oklahoma (vs Iowa State), Ohio State (vs Northwestern), Clemson (over Notre Dame),

Kirk Herbstreit: Wisconsin (vs Minnesota), SJ State (MWC vs Boise State), Cincinnati (vs Tulsa), Alabama (vs Florida), Oklahoma (vs Iowa State), Ohio State (vs Northwestern),

David Pollack: Wisconsin (vs Minnesota), SJ State (MWC vs Boise State), Cincinnati (vs Tulsa), Alabama (vs Florida), Oklahoma (vs Iowa State), Ohio State (vs Northwestern), Clemson (over Notre Dame),

Lee Corso: Wisconsin (vs Minnesota), Boise State (MWC vs SJ State), Cincinnati (vs Tulsa), Alabama (vs Florida), Oklahoma (vs Iowa State), Clemson (over Notre Dame),

Rece Davis: Minnesota (+12.5 Superdog pick vs Wisconsin),