The stage is set for this season’s college football championship, and ESPN will carry full coverage of the rematch from last season’s title game between Clemson and Alabama.
ESPN will begin its coverage of the College Football Championship presented by AT&T tomorrow night at 8 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast live from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Samantha Ponder and Tom Rinaldi will have the call for the showdown between the Tigers and Red Tide.
The worldwide leader in sports and its networks will offer extensive coverage of the game throughout the day leading up to kickoff. That extensive coverage from ESPN’s networks includes Coaches Film Room on ESPNEWS, Finebaum Filmroom on SEC Network, Homers Telecast on ESPN2 and much more.
Additional coverage on the day will air on ESPNU, ESPN Classic, ESPN Goal Line, and ESPN3. Those that won’t be near a TV during Monday’s college football championship can still catch the game in full online via WatchESPN and on the radio via ESPN Radio.
The game will also be simulcast live in Spanish on ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio and Eduardo Varela will have the call for ESPN Deportes. Kenneth Garay and Sebastian M. Christensen will have the call for ESPN Deportes Radio.
Along with its broadcast on ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio, Monday night’s game will also be broadcast worldwide. ESPN International will carry the game for fans in more than 179 nations around the world through its networks and streaming services.
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