In case you're wondering, below is the full channel lineup for tonight's game (that many of our fans will insist they aren't going to watch, but we all know damn well that Columbus will be one of the top rated markets again, so you're just yelling into the wind).
Personally I'm probably going to watch the regular feed, but will flip over to the coaches room the hear what they have to say from time to time. I'm also pretty excited to try the All-22 on my ipad to see how that looks (I imagine the film junkies will be pretty into that).
ESPN: Regular broadcast with Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit
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 Amin and Levy throughout the telecast, including college football analysts Pat McAfee and Dan Orlovsky. (Note: this will stream in 4K)
Coaches Film Room on ESPNU: Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy, Boston College’s Jeff Hafley, Vanderbilt’s Derek Mason and TCU’s Gary Patterson will be on the ESPNU broadcast. This year’s Coaches Film Room will air from ESPN’s studios in Charlotte, N.C.
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.
DataCenter on 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.
Hometown Radio on ACC Network and SEC Network: ACC Network has the Clemson Radio call and SEC Network has the LSU Radio call, as both networks pair the hometown audio with the ESPN main telecast.
Sounds of the Game on ESPN Classic: Allows viewers to imagine themselves inside the Superdome, as the game presentation will feature all the natural audio from the stadium, including the band performances.
Refcast on ESPN App: A Bristol-based production where John Parry (former NFL referee), Matt Austin (former SEC referee), Judson Howard (Pac-12 replay official) and Dave Cutaia (former Pac-12 referee and conference supervisor) provide reaction and commentary from a referee’s perspective.
Skycast on ESPN App: 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. (Note: this will stream in 4K)
All-22 on ESPN App: Watch the game the same way players and coaches study film, with a vantage point high above the field of play. The angle allows for the 22 players on the field to be seen at all times, providing the ability to distinguish how plays develop.
Techcast on ESPN App: An array of ESPN camera angles all on one screen, as viewers can enjoy as many as 12 angles of game play simultaneously.
ESPN Radio: Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe and Ian Fitzsimmons
Sean McDonough calls his fourth CFP National Championship on ESPN Radio, joining analyst Todd Blackledge and reporters Holly Rowe (LSU) and Ian Fitzsimmons (Clemson).
ESPN Deportes Provides Spanish-Language Call: The Spanish-language call of the game will be available on ESPN Deportes, with Eduardo Varela, Pablo Viruega, and Raul Allegre.