2016 College Football National Championship: Time, Streaming, Radio & More

Someone will be crowned a champion tonight in Glendale, Arizona when Clemson (#1) takes on Alabama (#2) in the  2016 College Football National Championship game.

For fans looking to watch all the action we’ve got you covered, from time and channels to free live streaming options and radio coverage, all courtesy of ESPN.

Here’s all the details:

Time and Channel: kickoff is 8:30 P.M. EST on ESPN;  Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit and  Heather Cox will be reporting

Free Live Streaming:  free live streaming is available on WatchESPN.

Radio :Mike Tirico, Todd Blackledge and Holly Rowe will cover all the action.

Here is a complete rundown of the networks other broadcast options:

ESPN2: Film Room (Larry Fedora, Jim McElwain, Will Muschamp, etc.)
ESPNEWS: ESPN Voices (Michelle Beadle, Jay Bilas, Marcellus Wiley, etc.)
ESPNU: Homer Telecast (Joe Tessitore, Tajh Boyd, Barrett Jones)
SEC Network: Finebaum Film Room (SEC-centric show)
ESPN Classic / ESPN3.com: Sounds of the Game (no commentators)
ESPN Goal Line: Command Center (split screen with live game, replays)
ESPN Deportes: Spanish-Language Telecast

Who are you rooting for in the 2016 College Football National Championship?

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Consumer Expert Tracy Ortiz

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