Clemson vs. Ohio State: Game Announcers, TV Info, Radio, Odds, More

Travis Etienne, Clemson football
Travis Etienne, Clemson football /

The Clemson Tigers will take on the Ohio State Buckeyes in the CFB Playoff. Here’s a look at all the info you need to watch, listen or stream the game live.

The No. 3-ranked Clemson Tigers will travel to Glendale, Arizona to take on the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Playstation Fiesta Bowl.

The Tigers and Buckeyes will match-up for the opportunity to advance to the National Championship, which will be played in New Orleans.

Clemson is currently listed as a 2-point favorite, courtesy of the Action Network, but Ohio State is expected to have the crowd advantage with more than 60 percent in attendance expected to cheer for the Buckeyes.

If you’re not able to make it out to Glendale for the Fiesta Bowl, here’s a look at all the information you need to know to watch, listen or stream the game live.

Broadcast Information:

The Clemson-Ohio State game will kickoff at 8 p.m. E.T. on Saturday, Dec. 28 on ESPN. The sporting network will broadcast the LSU-Oklahoma game in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, as well.

Chris Fowler (play-by-play), Kirk Herbstreit (color), Maria Taylor (Clemson sideline) and Tom Rinaldi (Ohio State sideline) will be on the call. The matchup is designated as the ESPN College GameDay ‘Game of the Week.’

Don Munson (play-by-play), Tim Bourrett (color) and Reggie Merriweather (sideline) will be on the call for the Clemson Tigers Network on all of its radio affiliates. Tiger fans can also listen to the broadcast on ‘The Roar’ app if they’re not located in the area of any radio affiliates.

If you’re looking to stream the matchup, ESPN has you covered. Just download the ESPN app on your smart device and select the Clemson-Ohio State game on the drop-down menu.

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You can also select from a plethora of other options, including a broadcast that will include Clemson’s radio call with the game, and the sky cam, which will show the stadium from a ‘bird in the sky’ point-of-view.