The Clemson Tigers will play the LSU Tigers in the National Championship tonight. Here’s how to watch and the live stream info.
The No. 3-ranked Clemson Tigers pulled off a dramatic victory in the Playstation Fiesta Bowl a little more than two weeks ago against the No. 2-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes.
Now the Tigers will be tasked with taking down the LSU Tigers, who are ranked No. 1 in the nation.
Clemson comes into the match-up as 6-point underdogs, courtesy of the Action Network. This is the first time all season that the Tigers will be considered an underdog.
Here’s a look at how you can watch the game and the live stream information for the National Championship.
How To Watch, Live Stream Info:
The National Championship is slated to kick off at 8 p.m. live on ESPN. Chris Fowler (play-by-play), Kirk Herbstreit (color), Maria Taylor (sideline) and Tom Rinaldi (sideline) will be on the call. Taylor will have the Clemson sideline and Rinaldi will have the LSU sideline.
In addition to the main broadcast, ESPN will have a plethora of other options across all of its platforms. The ESPN app will have the ‘skycam’ for a bird’s eye view. The ACC Network will have the Clemson call of the game, while the SEC Network will have the LSU call.
One of the most interesting broadcasts is ESPN’s Coaches Film Room. That broadcast will feature Mike Gundy (Oklahoma State), Jeff Hafley (former OSU Defensive Coordinator and current Boston College HC), Derek Mason (Vanderbilt) and Gary Patterson (TCU). The coaches will break down the game in real-time with in-depth analysis.
If you’re looking to live stream the event, ESPN has you covered. Just download the ESPN app and enter your provider information. You’ll be able to find all the different streams of the game throughout the night.
Make sure you check back here on Rubbing the Rock as we get you prepared for the National Championship with complete coverage, analysis and updates.