College Football Playoff National Championship: Details on the ESPN Megacast

    There will be plenty of ways for fans to watch the College Football Playoff National Championship. The ESPN Megacast offers 10 different options.

    There will be a variety of viewing options for the National Championship Game between Michigan and Washington, thanks to the ESPN Megacast.

    With complete and comprehensive coverage live from NRG Stadium, the ESPN Megacast has multiple options across television, the radio, and their app. However you like to watch football, there will be a broadcast for you. But how do you watch the ESPN Megacast?

    How To Watch the ESPN Megacast

    There will be 10 different ways to watch the National Championship as the ESPN Megacast dominates the airwaves. Here is a list of broadcasts available during the game that will kick off at 7:30 ET on Monday, January 8:

    • Main Telecast – ESPN
    • Field Pass With The Pat McAfee Show – ESPN2
    • Command Center – ESPNU
    • SkyCast – ESPN News
    • Spanish Language – ESPN Deportes
    • National Radio – ESPN Radio
    • All-22 – ESPN App
    • Michigan Hometown Radio – ESPN App
    • Washington Hometown Radio – ESPN App
    • Marching Bands – ESPN App

    The main broadcast of the game will be on ESPN’s primary channel, but other ESPN channels will show alternative broadcasts.

    ESPN2 will show Field Pass With The Pat McAfee Show for the second consecutive year. The McAfee broadcast will provide an entertaining view of the game, with McAfee broadcasting from the sidelines. The presentation is expected to have a host of guests alongside McAfee, including ESPN analysts and celebrities.

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    The other broadcasts available are Command Center and SkyCast. All three will offer different viewing experiences, making the most of the technology that ESPN will deploy for the National Championship Game.

    The Command Center on ESPNU will show different camera angles while displaying the latest statistics from the game. The available angles include Eight End Zone Pylon Cams, the Line-to-Gain Pylon, a Ref Cam, a Goal Post Cam, a Goal Line Robotic Cam, and a Wireless Handheld Cam.

    SkyCast on ESPN News will have coverage exclusively from the Skycam, a unique camera giving a view from above the action. ESPN Deportes will once again have Spanish-language coverage.

    You can also access even more content on the ESPN App, including All-22 and hometown radio calls.

    ESPN will sync up the radio feeds to the game. Doug Karsch, Jon Jansen, and Jason Avant are expected to be on the calls for Michigan. Meanwhile, for Washington, Tony Castricone, Cameron Cleeland, and Elise Woodward are expected to be the broadcasters.

    The All-22 coverage allows viewers to see the field from a higher angle so you can see every player on the field. It’s an angle for pure football fans and is most associated with scouts’ and coaches’ films. All-22 is the most all-encompassing view of the field of play.

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