Lsu vs Clemson

courtesy of medium.com 

Your complete guide to watching LSU and Clemson in the National Championship.

ESPN announced their MEGACAST for the National Championship Game 

Game time: 7 p.m. CT, Monday, Jan. 13

TV: ESPN 

Stadium: Mercedes Benz Superdome

Main Telecast on ESPN

Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit on the call with Tom Rinaldi reporting on LSU and Maria Taylor on Clemson

Field Pass on ESPN2

Free-flowing commentary of the game, anchored by Adam Amin and Steve Levy, who will roam the sidelines of the Superdome. Multiple guests will join the crew in the Superdome.

LSU Hometown Radio on SEC Network

Pair the hometown audio with the ESPN main telecast. Chris Blair, Doug Moreau, and Gordy Rush

Coaches Film Room on ESPNU

Follow every play of LSU-Clemson through the minds of those who live and breathe the game every day.

Command Center on ESPNEWS

Multi-angle presentation, which includes up to four different vantage points at any one time, with statistics and real-time drive charts supplementing the game action.

Data Center on ESPN Goal Line

A catch-all viewing option, as ESPN's main telecast will be surrounded by real-time stats, analytics, social media commentary and player information.

Sounds of the Game on ESPN Classic

Allows viewers to imagine themselves inside the Superdome,the game presentation will feature all the natural audio from the stadium, including the band performances.

Refcast | Skycast | All-22 | Techcast on ESPN App

(Refcast) A Bristol-based production where John Parry , Matt Austin  and Judson Howard  provide reaction and commentary from a referee's perspective. An additional referee may be added to the presentation. (Skycast) The popular view from above the action and behind the offense on most plays. New this year, replays will be shown regularly throughout the presentation.(All-22) Watch the game the same way players and coaches study film, with a vantage point high above the field of play.

Clemson Hometown Radio on the ACC Network

Pair the hometown audio with the ESPN main telecast.Don Munson, Tim Bourret, Brad Scott, and Reggie Merriweather

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