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The 2023 college football season boils down to this: No. 1 Michigan vs. No. 2 Washington in the College Football Playoff championship game.

The Wolverines (14-0, 9-0 in Big Ten play) and Huskies (14-0, 9-0 Pac-12) are clearly the best teams in college football, and not just because of their ranking among the top both, but also because of the fact that they are the only remaining undefeated teams in the FBS.

After Monday's game, only one team will have this distinction.

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Despite their historic conference affiliation in the Big Ten and Pac-12, respectively, Michigan and Washington's CFP championship game will not be played in the historic Rose Bowl, where the Wolverines defeated No. 4 Alabama 27-20 in overtime to advance to the CFP title game . Instead, the teams will meet at NRG Stadium in Houston.

Jim Harbaugh and Co. will look to employ the same defensive strategy that has carried the Crimson Tide to a season-low 288 yards of offense. Whether the unit will have the same success against Washington's Joe Moore Award-winning line and Heisman Trophy runner-up Michael Penix Jr. remains to be seen. On offense, look for the Wolverines' JJ McCarthy to continue making plays in key areas while Blake Corum and Donovan Edwards continue to pave the way for the Wolverines' running game.

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Either way, either Michigan or Washington will be hoping for a historic victory on Monday: A Wolverines win would mean the program's first championship since 1997 and its first undisputed title since 1948. Likewise, a win for Washington would mark the program's first title since a shared championship in 1991. The only other title the Huskies won was in 1960, when the Athletic Association of Western Universities (AAWU) defeated the Athletic Association of Western Universities (AAWU) after a Rose Bowl victory Minnesota won 10-1.

Here's everything you need to know about the game, including time, date, TV and streaming information and more:

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What channel is Michigan vs. Washington on today?

The main broadcast of Michigan vs. Washington will air live on ESPN from NRG Stadium in Houston. Broadcast team Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit will be in the booth, while Holly Rowe (Michigan) and Molly McGrath (Washington) will serve as sideline reporters. Bill Lemonnier will serve as ESPN's rules analyst.

Other TV broadcast options include:

  • ESPN2: Field Pass with “The Pat McAfee Show”
  • ESPNU: Command Center (Four main video feeds, including the main ESPN broadcast, Skycam, and footage of each head coach throughout the broadcast)
  • ESPNEWS: SkyCast
  • ESPN Sports: Spanish language television show

ESPN's Megacast also offers options for hometown radio, All-22 broadcast and more through the ESPN app. Streaming options for the game include the ESPN app (with cable login) and Fubo, which offers a free trial to potential subscribers.

Michigan vs. Washington start time

  • Date: Monday, January 8th
  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET

The Wolverines and Huskies will kick off their CFP semifinal game at 7:30 p.m. ET at NRG Stadium in Houston.

Michigan vs. Washington betting odds

Odds courtesy of BetMGM, Monday morning.

  • Spread: Michigan (-4.5)
  • Over under: 56.5 points
  • Money line: Michigan -210 | Washington +170

2023 Michigan football schedule

Saturday September 2ndMichigan 30, 3 ECUs
Saturday September 9thMichigan 35, UNLV 7
Saturday September 16thMichigan 31BGSU 6
Saturday September 23rdMichigan 31Rutgers 7*
Saturday September 30thMichigan 45, Nebraska 7*
Saturday, October 7thMichigan 52Minnesota 10*
Saturday, October 14thMichigan 52, Indiana 7*
Saturday, October 21stMichigan 49, Michigan State 0*
Saturday, October 28thBYE
Saturday November 4thMichigan 41Purdue 13*
Saturday November 11thMichigan 24No. 10 Penn State 15*
Saturday November 18thMichigan 31, Maryland 24*
Saturday November 25thMichigan 30No. 2 Ohio State 24
Saturday December 2ndMichigan 26No. 16 Iowa 0**
Monday, January 1stMichigan 27No. 4 Alabama 20 (OT) (Rose Bowl)
Monday, January 1stvs. No. 2 Washington (CFP Championship Game)

*Big Ten Game**Big Ten Championship

Washington football schedule 2023

Saturday September 2ndWashington 56Boise State 19
Saturday September 9thWashington 43Tulsa 10
Saturday September 16thWashington 41Michigan State 7
Saturday September 23rdWashington 59Cal 32 *
Saturday September 30thWashington 31Arizona 24*
Saturday, October 7thBYE
Saturday, October 14thWashington 36No. 8 Oregon 33*
Saturday, October 21stWashington 15Arizona State 7*
Saturday, October 28thWashington 42Stanford 33*
Saturday November 4thWashington 52No. 20 USC 42*
Saturday November 11thWashington 35No. 18 Utah 28*
Saturday November 18thWashington 22, No. 11 Oregon State 20*
Saturday November 25thWashington 24Washington State 21*
Friday, December 1stWashington 34#5 Oregon 31**
Monday, January 1stWashington 37, No. 3 Texas 31 (sugar bowl)
Monday, January 1stvs. No. 1 Michigan (CFP Championship Game)

Pac-12 Game*Pac-12 Championship**

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