The time college football fans have been waiting for is finally here. New Year's Eve is bringing more than champagne - it's also bringing the right to play for a national title.
In the first College Football Playoff game, Alabama faces off against Cincinnati. Just a few hours later, the Michigan Wolverines will face off against the Georgia Bulldogs.
Before all of the action kicks off, ESPN's College GameDay took a look at the day's coming action. Beloved analyst Lee Corso revealed his early predictions for today's games.
"Alabama, but I think Cincinnati will move the ball on them," Corso said about the Alabama-Cincinnati game. "But I think Alabama will outscore them by 14 points."
As for the Georgia-Michigan game, he's less certain.
"I'm worried about this one," Corso said. "I think Georgia is going to win, but I tell you what. Stetson Bennett, the quarterback from Georgia, I'm not sure he can win the national championship...But I think it's going to be very close."
His score prediction: 23-20.
Will Corso's predictions be correct?