Georgia revealed its uniform combination for Monday night’s national championship against Alabama, as the Bulldogs will wear traditional white tops with red trim and the “2022” College Football Championship logo.

Georgia also offered a reveal inside Lucas Oil Stadium as each end zone has a black background with block letters of Alabama and Georgia with the CFP logo.

No. 3 Georgia will face the top-ranked and defending national champion Crimson Tide in the heart of Big Ten country in downtown Indianapolis as outside temperatures are expected to be around 20 degrees at kickoff. Fortunately, weather won’t be a factor as the teams will meet inside the home of the Indianapolis Colts.

Two of the major discussion topics entering the game are the rematch from December’s SEC title game, as the Bulldogs try to snap the seven-game losing streak against Alabama, but also end 41-year national title drought.

Georgia also hopes to get a bounce-back game from Stetson Bennett, who looked like his regular season self in the Orange Bowl victory over Michigan. Georgia as a team reverted back to form in the CFP semifinals as it toppled No. 2 Michigan 34-11 in the Orange Bowl.

The Tide, meanwhile, is trying to go back-to-back for the second time under Saban. It would be title No. 7 for Alabama in the last 13 seasons, and its 13th overall in college football’s poll era (1936-present), which is more than any other school.