BCS Championship Game to Be Broadcast on Several ESPN Channels, With Many Views of Game Offered at Once


Nick MarshallSometimes, one college football championship isn?t enough.

ESPN will be broadcasting the BCS Championship Game between Auburn and Florida State on Jan. 6 — several times over, according to Yahoo! Sports.

As well as the traditional game broadcast on ESPN, which will have commentary from Brent Musberger and Kirk Herbstreit, the network will also offer BCS Title Talk with analysts on ESPN2, BCS Film Room — with more camera angles and play breakdowns — on ESPNEWS, the game with just stadium noise on ESPN Classic and the game with each team?s hometown announcers on ESPN3, the online channel. ESPN3 will also have a stream featuring just the game?s overhead camera.

The game is a decidedly less celebrity-filled affair than one featuring Alabama would have been, but it?s still expected to be a good contest.

No pressure, guys.

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