We're here, folks. We've made it to the national title game and everyone is going to be tuned in to watch Michigan vs. Washington on Monday night.
Did you expect these two to be the last ones standing? Me neither, but here we are. The Wolverines knocked off a red-hot Alabama team led by legendary head coach Nick Saban and Washington shocked Texas and fended off a late rally in the semifinal.
Here's everything you'll need to know for the national title game.
How to watch Michigan vs. Washington: TV channel and live stream
Date: Monday, Jan. 8
Start Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: NRG Stadium -- Houston, Texas
TV Channel: ESPN
Live Stream: Fubo | WatchESPN
Latest Michigan vs. Washington injury report
OUT: WR Logan Forbes (undisclosed), RB CJ Stokes (undisclosed), QB Davis Warren (undisclosed), WR Karmello English (undisclosed), OL Zak Zinter (leg - out for season)
PROBABLE: RB Dillon Johnson (lower body)
QUESTIONABLE: RB Sam Adams II (undisclosed)
OUT: OL Gaard Memmelaar (undisclosed - out for season), RB Cameron Davis (lower body - out for season)
Michigan vs. Washington weather report (Updated Jan. 8)
Luckily, the national title game will be played in a domed stadium and the weather won't have any effect on the game. But it will be played in Houston and weather likely wouldn't negatively affect the outcome but this will be in a controlled environment for all of our entertainment.
Michigan vs. Washington series history
Michigan and Washington have met 13 times in series history and Monday's national title game will be the 14th matchup between the Power Five foes. Michigan holds the all-time series lead at 8-5 and the Wolverines also hold a two-game winning streak. The last time they met was actually back in 2021, a year before Kalen DeBoer took over and Michigan won 31-10.
Both of these teams are far different from where they were back in September of 2021, so expect this to be one of the best games of the year.
Latest Michigan vs. Washington odds
Spread: Michigan -4.5
Moneyline: Michigan -200 | Washington +164