How To Watch Georgia vs TCU, National Championship: Live Stream and Game Predictions

An exterior view of SoFi Stadium (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
An exterior view of SoFi Stadium (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images) /

The Georgia Bulldogs and TCU Horned Frogs are hooking up for the College Football Playoff National Championship Game at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Ca. Here’s all the info you need to watch the game.

Georgia and TCU are squaring off on Monday, January 9 at 7:30 pm ET to decide the 2022-23 college football national champion.

The No. 1 Bulldogs reached the championship game by virtue of their thrilling 42-41 Peach Bowl win over No. 4 Ohio State, while the No. 3 Horned Frogs upset No. 2 Michigan, 51-45 in the Fiesta Bowl.

Georgia vs TCU National Championship Game Kickoff Time and Location

When: Monday, Jan. 9 at 7:30 p.m. ET
Where: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California
How to watch: ESPN Megacast (Details Below)
Opening line from Caesars Sportsbook: Georgia (-13)
Current line from Caesars Sportsbook: Georgia (-12)

How to Watch & Stream Georgia vs TCU in the national championship game

ESPN: Main Telecast
ESPN2: Field Pass with the Pat McAfee Show, presented by Mercedes-Benz
ESPNU: Command Center
ESPNEWS: AT & T 5G Skycast
SEC Network: Georgia Hometown Radio
ESPN Deportes: Spanish language broadcast
ESPN Radio: National radio broadcast
ESPN +: All-22 angle
ESPN+: TCU Hometown Radio
ESPN + Georgia Hometown Radio
ESPN+: Marching Bands

Georgia vs TCU History

Georgia and TCU have met four times in the past, with the Bulldogs going 4-0 against the Horned Frogs. Two meetings have been in bowl games, and two during the regular season.

12/30/2016:  Georgia 31 – Texas Christian 23 (Liberty Bowl)
09/10/1988:  Georgia 38 – Texas Christian 10 (Athens, Ga)
09/27/1980:  Georgia 34 – Texas Christian 3 (Athens, Ga)
01/01/1942:  Georgia 40 – Texas Christian 26 (Orange Bowl)

Georgia vs TCU National Championship Game Predictions

Both teams are coming off hard-fought shootouts in their respective semifinal games. TCU will try to feature quarterback Max Duggan much in the same way Ohio State did with CJ Stroud against the Bulldogs. It may be another high-scoring affair, but you have to give the edge to the Bulldogs here.