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How you can watch the Alabama-Georgia National Championship Game on ESPN’s Megacast

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College Football Playoff National Championship Coaches Press Conference Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images

Alabama and Georgia meet tonight in the Championship Game of the fourth annual College Football Playoff. For Jets fans looking to the 2018 Draft, the game will be full of future NFL talent.

The game is set to kick off at 8:00 p.m. Eastern.

ESPN is bringing back its Megacast for the game, offering you over numerous different ways you can watch. They include the following.

ESPN: Conventional broadcast with Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor, and Tom Rinaldi

ESPN 2: Homers Telecast with former Alabama safety Landon Collins and former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray rooting for their teams.

ESPNEWS: Coaches film room broadcast as college football coach dissect live action using the all 22 film.

ESPN Goal Line: Command center broadcast with all camera angles covering the game shown on your TV at one time.

SEC Network: Finebaum Film Room broadcast as Paul Finebaum, Gene Chizik, and former Jets quarterback Greg McElroy break down the action.

ESPN Classic: Sounds of the Game broadcast as ESPN shows the telecast with no announcers, allowing you to hear what is happening in the stadium.

ESPN U: Voices broadcast featuring broadcasts of ESPN shows such as The Dan Le Batard Show, SportsCenter, and NFL Live.

ESPN Deportes: Spanish language broadcast of the game.

ESPN 3: ESPN’s online streaming apparatus will provide numerous viewing options including channels that will show:

  • The game through the all 22 film.
  • The game through SkyCam.
  • The game through High SkyCam.
  • The game with Georgia’s radio broadcast.
  • The game with Alabama’s radio broadcast.
  • Data Center full of stats and information on your screen.