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A new college football champion is about to be crowned today as TCU and Georgia battle it out in the season’s final game at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

Georgia — who entered the College Football Playoff as the favorite — barely hung on to their undefeated season record after making it to the championship game with a 42-41 comeback win against Ohio State in the semifinal. In the other semifinal, No. 3-ranked TCU went toe-to-toe with No. 2-ranked Michigan, securing a shocking 51-45 upset victory and a ticket to the championship.

If you’re looking to watch the College Football Championship game today, read on. Below is a full guide on how to stream Georgia vs. TCU — including an easy way to watch the game online for free — plus detail on the game’s start time and betting odds.

The College Football Playoff Championship will be airing on ESPN, but, if you don’t have cable or satellite, you can still watch the game live online. Below are some of the best streaming services that let you do just that — all of which let you watch Georgia vs. TCU online through your TV streaming devices, or your phone, laptop, or tablet.

The best way to watch the College Football Playoff Championship online is to get a live TV streaming service with ESPN in its channel lineup, such as fuboTV. Besides ESPN, fuboTV brings up to 230 live TV channels and starts with a seven-day free trial. After the free trial, fuboTV costs $69.99 per month.

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DirecTV Stream is another great live TV streaming service, boasting up to 140 live channels, including ESPN to watch Georgia vs. TCU online. DirecTV Stream costs $69.99 a month, but starts with a five-day free trial before you pay. Editor’s picks The 50 Worst Decisions in Music History The 200 Greatest Singers of All Time The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time The 100 Greatest TV Shows of All Time

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If you’re looking for a live TV streaming service on a budget, check out Sling. The service’s Sling Orange package costs just $40 a month, and delivers 31 live TV channels — including ESPN to watch the College Football Playoff online.

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Want to watch the College Football Playoff finale online for free? You’re in luck: Because the whole tournament only lasts 10 days, you can combine the free trials from fuboTV and DirecTV Stream to watch every game without paying. Trending The FDA Warned Ozempic Users. They Don’t Give a F-ck Trump Extremists Demand Civil War, Mass Murder After New Indictment Oh-So-Mature Trump Aides Want Him to Focus on DeSantis’ Penis Right-Wing Media Is Saying the Wildfire Smoke Is Good, Actually

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The 2023 College Football Championship is going down today, Jan. 9 at 7:30 p.m. ET / 4:30 p.m. PT.

With a No. 1 ranking, an undefeated season, and an 80-15 head coach on the sidelines, Georgia is unsurprisingly the favorite to win the championship today with a 12.5-point advantage.

Despite their clear advantage, an upset win from TCU is still very much possible. If we’ve learned anything bout the Horned Frogs over the last several games, it’s that they can — and do — overcome odds. They were given 200-1 playoff odds in the preseason, and their most recent game against Michigan made TCU the first Big 12 team to win a playoff game. Should they prevail today, it’ll be the Horned Frogs’ first championship since 1938.

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SoFi Stadium will be home to the 2023 College Football Playoff National Championship Game when the No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs defend their title against No. 3 TCU Horned Frogs. Georgia is looking to cap off an undefeated season with a win and TCU is looking to become the first Big 12 team to win the CFP.

As the defending national champions, the Bulldogs are looking to win back-to-back national titles for the first time in program history. They are coming off a 42-41 win against No. 4 Ohio State in the Peach Bowl. Heading into the 4th quarter of the Peach Bowl, Ohio State led the 'Dawgs, 38 to 24, but QB Stetson Bennett and company outscored Ohio State 18 to 3 in the final quarter. The Buckeyes could've won the game but they missed the potential game-winning FG. Now, they'll compete against a TCU team who are underdogs heading into the title game.

TCU's road to the CFP National Championship Game was an exciting one when they played No. 2 Michigan Wolverines in the Vrbo Fiesta Bowl. The Horned Frogs defeated the Wolverines, 51-45, in a thrilling contest that saw TCU lead 21 to 6 at halftime. Michigan put up a fight by making the game close toward the end but TCU won the game in the trenches. TCU will have to win in the trenches against a vaunted Georgia defensive line if they want to leave SoFi Stadium with the national championship.

Find out how to watch all the drama unfold during the College Football Playoff, below.

ESPN will be the home of the 2023 College Football Playoff National Championship Game and you can find out how to watch, below.

DIRECTV STREAM includes ESPN, and over 65 channels with its Entertainment plan for $69.99. A subscription includes unlimited DVR storage and there are no hidden fees, or required annual contracts.

Eligible subscribers can get $30 off over their first three months for a limited time.

For $69.99 per month, you can watch the College Football Playoff National Championship Game live on ESPN via fuboTV with their Pro plan. The sports-first streaming offers over 100 channels with their Pro plan, which includes over 100 sporting events, the ability to watch on unlimited screens, and 1000 hours of DVR space, which means you can record and rewatch your favorite shows and all of this year's big events.

On Hulu + Live TV, cord cutters can watch all the drama from the CFP National Championship Game live on ESPN, and over 75 channels with the base plan of $69.99 per month. The service includes ESPN+, Disney+, unlimited DVR storage and allows users to watch on 2 screens simultaneously.

Sling TV offers an affordable way to watch the CFP National Championship Game on ESPN. For $40 per month, with a Sling Orange subscription, you can watch live games on ESPN. A Sling Orange subscription gives you access to 31 channels, 50 hours of DVR storage, and you can stream on 1 device.

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The 2022 College Football Playoff will feature Georgia, Michigan, TCU, and Ohio State, with each team looking to claim the national championship after a challenging season.

Michigan hopes to advance to its first national championship game after losing in last year's semifinal round, while TCU is making its first College Football Playoff appearance. Ohio State lost against Michigan but will look to recover against defending national champion Georgia.

The winners of the semifinals will move onto the CFP National Championship on January 9. The national championship game will be played at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, home of the NFL's Los Angeles Rams and Chargers. Top-ranked Georgia won last year's championship game over Alabama in Miami.

You can watch the College Football Playoff on ESPN. The Fiesta Bowl starts first at 4 p.m. ET on December 31, and the Peach Bowl will follow at 8 p.m ET. The national championship game is then scheduled for January 9 at 7:30 p.m. ET.

If you already subscribe to ESPN through a cable or TV provider, you can log in to ESPN.com or the ESPN app with your pay-TV account to stream the College Football Playoff Semifinals and CFP National Championship. Keep in mind, however, the games are exclusive to the ESPN cable channel and are not included with an ESPN+ membership.

If you don't already have ESPN through cable, you can sign up for a live TV streaming service with access to the network in order to stream the College Football Playoff. At $40 a month, Sling TV's Orange plan is one of the most affordable services with ESPN.

YouTube TV is another good option with ESPN, since it offers a two-day trial that could be useful for watching the semifinal games or the CFP National Championship. After your trial, the service costs $55 a month for your first three months, and then $65 a month.

The four College Football Playoff teams were chosen by a selection committee based on their regular season record, strength of schedule, championships won, and other factors. The committee has agreed to expand the playoff to a 12-team format starting with the 2024 season.

Other college football bowl games are filled by teams that won their conferences and by invitation.

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Georgia is looking to defend its title after narrowly surviving Ohio State in the Peach Bowl, while upstart TCU is confident and ready for the challenge after taking down favored Michigan in the Fiesta Bowl.

Television coverage will, obviously, be wall-to-wall. The main broadcast of each game will be among many viewing options for fans.

ESPN's family of networks, along with streaming service ESPN+, will provide multiple in-depth looks at both games through its annual Megacast.

Here's how you can watch all of ESPN's coverage of the College Football Playoff Championship Game.

MORE: Watch the College Football Playoff live with fuboTV (free trial)

An addition to ESPN's coverage this year is "Field Pass with The Pat McAfee Show," which will feature Pat McAfee roaming the sidelines at SoFi Stadium to call the action from a "unique vantage point," according to ESPN.

The McAfee broadcast produced a few viral moments during the semifinals, including Robert Griffin III's abrupt exit when his wife went into labor, so it figures to be popular during the title game.

ESPN's Command Center, Skycast and All-22 broadcasts are all returning. The Command Center broadcast on ESPNU will feature multiple angles and unique stats, while the Skycast on ESPNews will give fans a constant view from the Skycam.

MORE: Why is Stetson Bennett called the Mailman? The story behind Georgia QB's nickname

The All-22 broadcast, a staple of past years, is only available on the ESPN App. It will give fans a view of every player on the field at a given time

In addition, ESPN Deportes will have the Spanish-language broadcast of both semifinal games, while all four hometown radio broadcasts will be available on the ESPN App.

The College Football Playoff Championship Game between No. 1 Georgia and No. 3 TCU will be broadcast nationally on ESPN.

Chris Fowler (play-by-play) and Kirk Herbstreit (color analyst) will call the game from the booth while Holly Rowe and Laura Rutledge will report from the sidelines. You can stream the game with the ESPN App, or with fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

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For the ninth consecutive year, ESPN will showcase the College Football Playoff National Championship as TCU faces Georgia on Monday.

What time and channel is the CFP championship on?

The main telecast will broadcast on ESPN and the ESPN App beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET. ESPN's signature MegaCast production will offer 12 different presentations of the CFP National Championship game across ESPN platforms. College football's season finale at SoFi Stadium will be available in more than 160 countries courtesy of ESPN's linear and digital platforms.

Who are the announcers for the CFP championship?

Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit will call their ninth CFP National Championship game together, celebrating the close of their 27th college football season. Reporters Holly Rowe (Georgia) and Molly McGrath (TCU) will provide insights from the sideline, as McGrath and Rowe return to the ESPN telecast for the second consecutive year. ESPN rules analyst Bill Lemonnier and sports injury analyst Marty Jaramillo will also cover Championship Monday.

Other ways to watch the CFP

For the first time since 2019, the MegaCast fan favorite, "Field Pass," will return on ESPN2. "Field Pass with The Pat McAfee Show Presented by Mercedes-Benz" will offer sideline commentary. McAfee will call the action alongside A.J. Hawk, Darius Butler and "Boston" Connor Campbell, as well as a rotation of ESPN analysts, personalities and celebrities throughout the game.

With "All-22" on the ESPN app, fans can watch the game the same way players and coaches study film, with a vantage point high above the field of play. The angle allows for the 22 players on the field to be seen at all times, providing the ability to distinguish how plays develop. Commentary will be provided by the ESPN Radio broadcast.

With Hometown Radio, fans can listen to the local radio broadcast of each team, with their audio feed synced with ESPN's presentation.

- Georgia (SEC Network & ESPN App): Scott Howard, Eric Zeier and DJ Shockley

- TCU (ESPN App): Brian Estridge, John Denton and Landry Burdine

For the first time, halftime marching band performances will also be available on the ESPN App. TCU's Horned Frog Marching Band and Georgia's Redcoat Marching Band will be streaming live via the All-22 view.

Command Center on ESPNU will feature a multiangle presentation with player and team statistics. There will be four main video feeds including the main telecast from ESPN, Skycam, and shots of each head coach throughout the telecast.

AT&T 5G SkyCast returns to ESPNEWS, highlighting the popular view from above the action and behind the offense on most plays. The SkyCam viewing option will also be available in 4K on Comcast, DirecTV, YouTube TV, and Verizon.

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How to watch and stream the College Football Playoffs. The College Football Playoff semifinals and championship game will be shown on ESPN and will be available for streaming on ESPN+.

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