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12 ways to watch the CFP National Championship Megacast

The inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship Presented by AT&T between Oregon and Ohio State on Monday night (8:30 p.m. ET) can be seen in a variety of ways via ESPN's Megacast Presentation. Here is a list of each telecast and where to watch:

  • Traditional telecast: Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit, with Heather Cox and Tom Rinaldi reporting from the sidelines. (ESPN/WatchESPN)

  • Spanish telecast: Traditional telecast with Eduardo Varela and analyst Pablo Viruega providing a Spanish-language call of the action. (ESPN Deportes/WatchESPN)

  • Film Room: ESPN analysts Chris Spielman and Tom Luginbill with Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen, new Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi and new Nebraska coach Mike Riley provide analysis of the game as it happens. (ESPN2/WatchESPN)

  • ESPN Voices: Jay Bilas, Aaron Boone, Julie Foudy, Barry Melrose, Mark Schlereth and Michael Wilbon watch and discuss the game. Bob Wischusen hosts. (ESPNU/WatchESPN)

  • Off the Ball: ESPN analysts Kevin Carter, Matt Millen, Jason Sehorn and Matt Stinchcomb, as well as Amani Toomer, focus on the plays away from the ball. (ESPNews/WatchESPN)

  • Sounds of the Game: Live video with natural sounds of the game captured by 100 microphones positioned throughout the stadium. (ESPN Classic)

  • Command Center: Commercial-free coverage will feature a full-time, split-screen application showing live game action, along with immediate replays of every play and isolated camera feeds of both head coaches, enhanced statistics and the ESPN Radio broadcast call. (ESPN Goal Line/WatchESPN)

  • SpiderCam: A high-angle presentation of the game with natural sounds of the field and stadium. (ESPN3)

  • Taco Bell Student Section: Commercial-free option will feature cameras in the Taco Bell student sections (special sections created by Taco Bell that gave 500 students from each school a VIP experience) and with the cheerleaders, bands and mascots of each team. (ESPN3)

  • Oregon Radio Call: Will feature Oregon’s radio broadcast (Jerry Allen, analyst Mike Jorgensen, reporter Joey McMurray and host Chase Morgan). The on-screen presentation will provide fans with the game feed plus isolated cameras on coach Mark Helfrich and players. (ESPN3)

  • Ohio State Radio Call: Will feature Ohio State’s local radio broadcast (Paul Keels, analyst Jim Lachey, reporter Marty Bannister). The on-screen presentation will provide fans with the game feed plus isolated cameras on coach Urban Meyer and players. (ESPN3)

  • DataCenter: Commercial-free coverage will include significant on-screen graphic content ranging from analytics, curated social media reaction and more. (ESPN3)