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ESPN Reveals Its College Football Playoff Viewing Options

A promo for the College Football Playoff on ESPN.

You will have a variety of ways to view this year's College Football Playoff.

ESPN announced today its coverage plan for this year's College Football Playoff.

The Alabama-Washington Peach Bowl and Clemson-Ohio State Fiesta Bowl will kick off at 3 p.m. E.T. and 7 p.m. E.T., respectively, and be televised on ESPN.

The announcing teams:

Joe Tessitore, Todd Blackledge and Holly Rowe call the Peach Bowl while Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Samantha Ponder and Tom Rinaldi broadcast the Fiesta Bowl.

The games won't just be broadcasted on ESPN, though. You will also get to take in the game in a different way on ESPN2, the SEC Network, ESPN3, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Radio and ESPN Deportes Radio.


A split-screen with multiple camera views simultaneously, which could include the main ESPN camera angle, the SkyCam view and isolated camera feeds of both head coaches at any given time. Enhanced statistics and real time drive charts supplement the game action.

On the SEC Network:

Paul Finebaum along with analysts Booger McFarland, Jordan Rodgers and Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze take calls from fans during the Washington-Alabama game and provide instant analysis. Complete details on SEC Network’s Peach Bowl coverage can be found here.


The local radio broadcasts from all four participating teams, in conjunction with IMG and Learfield Sports, synched up to ESPN’s main telecast.

On ESPN Deportes:

Kenneth Garay, Alex Pombo and Sebastian Martinez-Christensen (Peach Bowl) and Lalo Varela, Pablo Viruega (Fiesta Bowl) on the Spanish-language calls of the game.

On ESPN Radio:

Steve Levy, Brian Griese and Todd McShay (Peach Bowl) and Bill Rosinski, David Norrie and Ian Fitzsimmons (Fiesta Bowl) call the games. The broadcast is available throughout the country to more than 400 ESPN Radio stations,, SirusXMRadio, the ESPN app, Apple Music, TuneIn and Slacker Radio.

On ESPN Deportes Radio:

Eduardo Varela and Pablo Viruela (Peach Bowl) and Kenneth Garay and Sebastian Martinez Christensen (Fiesta Bowl) call the matchups.

You can view ESPN's full release here.