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2014 College Football Championship Open Thread - Oregon vs. Ohio State

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Stop on by to chime in on the big game tonight.

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There are way too many ways to watch this game.  In addition to the main broadcast (ESPN, 8:30 PM EST), here are a couple options if interested (info directly from ESPN):

Film Room on ESPN2: The popular option from last year – which included coaches and ESPN analysts predicting a fake punt the play before it occurred – will be available on ESPN2. The coverage will feature ESPN analysts Chris Spielman and Tom Luginbillwith Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen, new Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi, who was defensive coordinator of this season’s Michigan State squad that played both Ohio State and Oregon, and new Nebraska coach Mike Riley, the former coach of Oregon rival Oregon State, providing in-depth X and O analysis of the game as it happens from a film room equipped with multiple camera angles, coaches clicker technology and telestration at ESPN’s Bristol, Conn. headquarters.

ESPN Voices on ESPNU: The ESPNU telecast will take fans into a specially-created viewing theatre with a cross-section of ESPN on-air personalities from outside college football responsibilities as they watch and discuss the game, including Jay Bilas,Aaron Boone, Julie Foudy, Barry Melrose, Mark Schlereth and Michael Wilbon.

Off the Ball on ESPNEWS: Available on ESPNEWS, Off the Ball will give viewers an inside look at the way current ESPN analysts Kevin Carter, Matt Millen, Jason Sehorn and Matt Stinchcomb, as well as Super Bowl-winning wide receiver Amani Toomer, study and dissect the game by focusing on the plays away from the ball, including in the trenches of the offensive and defensive lines, the wide receiver vs. defensive back matchups, coaching strategy and more. Bob Wischusen will host.

Data Center on ESPN3: The commercial-free coverage on ESPN3 will include significant on-screen graphic content ranging from analytics, curated social media reaction and more.

You can access ESPN3 by going to http://espn.go.com/watchespn/index or by using the WatchESPN app on your smartphone or tablet.

Of course, don't forget to check out the coverage from SBNation:

http://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2015/1/12/7531081/ohio-state-oregon-national-championship-game

http://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2015/1/11/7513199/ohio-state-oregon-national-championship-game-2014-2015

and don't forget to check out the respective sites from Oregon (Addicted to Quack) or Ohio State (Land Grant Holy Land).