What Channel Is TCU Vs. Georgia Tonight? Time And Channels To Watch The 2023 College Football Championship

There is only one game left for Georgia to play until they reach the pinnacle of college football: a victory over No. 3 TCU would make the top-ranked Bulldogs the first team to repeat as national champions since Alabama in 2011 and 2012.

But again, the Horned Frogs won’t just roll over and play dead for the Bulldogs. Prior to this College Football Playoff, the Horned Frogs were mostly regarded an afterthought. Without their overwhelming 51-45 victory over No. 2 Michigan in their Fiesta Bowl semifinal, they would not have been able to go to the championship game.

On the other hand, the top-ranked Georgia Bulldogs nearly avoided defeat against the fourth-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes to advance to the championship game at SoFi Stadium. The fourth-ranked Buckeyes tried their hardest to beat the fifth-ranked Bulldogs, but Noah Ruggles missed the field goal as time ran out, which allowed the Bulldogs to move on to the championship game and win the Peach Bowl.

Now everything is in place for Kirby Smart, Stetson Bennett, Jalen Carter, and the rest of the team to win their second national championship in a row. Will Sonny Dykes, Max Duggan, and TCU, a team that has battled and clawed its way to win all season, be able to pull off one more triumph? Or will Georgia’s ascension to the top spot among college football’s most prestigious programs still be incomplete?

The only way to know is to wait. In the meanwhile, The Sporting News breaks down how you can watch the College Football Playoff title game between Georgia and TCU, including the TV channel, kickoff time, location, and current betting odds: Georgia vs. TCU.

What Channel Is TCU Vs. Georgia Tonight Time And Channels To Watch The 2023 College Football Championship
What Channel Is TCU Vs. Georgia Tonight Time And Channels To Watch The 2023 College Football Championship

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What channel is Georgia vs. TCU on tonight?

  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Live stream: ESPN app, fuboTV

The College Football Playoff national championship game will be televised in its entirety across the country on ESPN, the flagship network of the ESPN family of networks. Holly Rowe and Molly McGrath will be working the sidelines while Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit will be calling the action from the broadcast booth.

A live stream of Georgia vs. TCU is also available on the ESPN app and through fuboTV, which provides a free trial. Depending on the channel or streaming site, ESPN will provide a number of additional broadcasts, including the following:

  • ESPN: Main telecast
  • ESPN2: Field Pass with ‘The Pat McAfee Show’
  • ESPNU: Command Center
  • ESPNews: Skycast
  • SEC Network: Georgia Hometown Radio
  • ESPN Deportes: Spanish language broadcast
  • ESPN Radio: National radio broadcast

ESPN+ will offer several more viewing options:

  • All-22 angle
  • TCU Hometown Radio
  • Georgia Hometown Radio
  • Marching Bands

What Time Does The Championship Game For College Football Start?

  • Date: Monday, Jan. 9
  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET | 4:30 p.m. PT

The CFP title game will kick off at 7:30 p.m. ET (4:30 p.m. PT) on Monday, Jan. 9.

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