The College Football Playoff will come to a head this Monday on New Years Day with No. 3 ranked Georgia facing No. 2 ranked Oklahoma, and No. 4 ranked Alabama facing No. 1 Clemson in the nightcap.
Georgia went 12-1 this season and hasn't lost since Nov. 11 when it fell at Auburn, 40-17. Oklahoma also went 12-1 this season and hasn't lost since Oct. 7 when it fell at home to Iowa State, 38-31.
Alabama went 11-1 this season - its only loss coming in the Iron Bowl at Auburn, 26-14, on Nov. 25. Clemson, the defending national champions, are another one-loss team having been defeated at Syracuse on Oct. 13.
Georgia versus Oklahoma will start at 5 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Jan. 1.
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Alabama versus Clemson will kickoff at 8:45 p.m. Eastern on Jan. 1.
Both games will be broadcast live on national TV by ESPN.
The winners of both games will meet a week later on Jan. 8 in the National Championship game.