The TCU Horned Frogs will attempt to come out on top for their first Public Title in quite a while when they face the Georgia Bulldogs Monday night in Los Angeles.
It's winter break for TCU students, yet there will be a lot of energy nearby for Monday night's down.
The whole local area is welcome to a free watch party at Schollmaier Arena.
The entryways open at 5:30 p.m., with the opening shot at 6:30 p.m. The game will be displayed on the big screen, and concession and product stands will be open.
The Horned Frogs will have their hands full, obviously, against the No. 1 positioned Georgia.
The Bulldogs are undefeated and attempting to come out on top for their second-consecutive championship.
TCU is a 13-point dark horse going into the game.
Texas Christian College fans sound off before a major public title game. They are furious on the Arena. However, a portion of TCU's practices deserves cheers, too, like the Frog Horn and the Hypnotoad.
The Horned Frogs' quarterback said his group has gigantic regard for Georgia, yet he accepts the Frogs merit a shot at the title.
"In our eyes, for our program, we don't consider it to be a Cinderella story. We have faith in ourselves, and we feel like we've acquired this position," Max Duggan said.
Duggan said the group understands the challenge in front of them confronting Georgia.
"Not much of time you get to go contend with a boss and to be on the similar Arena as them and show what all of us are about and go up against them and procure our spot is something I believe we're amped up for," he said.
TCU has one past public football title from 1938 that is all around perceived.
The Frogs are the greatest longshots as far as the point spread in the 10-year history of the School Football Season finisher.