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Football Schedule
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Football Schedule
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13.01.2017
Bundesliga
14:30 Augsburg – Hamburger SV
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Florida Cup
18:00 Rangers – Corinthians
20:00 Barcelona – Legia Warszawa
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14.01.2017
Florida Cup
21:45 Nacional VS Atletico Mineiro
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Spanish League Primera Div. 1
19:45 Real Sociedad – FC Barcelona
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ESPN makes a huge production out of its broadcasts of the College Football Playoff every year. This year’s innovations: a camera inside the first-down marker and an entire “MegaCast” production for the whole Playoff, not just the National Championship.

The network announced its plans for the airing of the two semifinal games on New Year’s Day: the Georgia-Oklahoma Rose Bowl and the Alabama-Clemson Sugar Bowl. In addition to the first-down camera, ESPN has lots of other things going on.

All of these things are available at WatchESPN, in addition to channel homes for some of them. You can watch the Playoff in pretty much any fashion your heart desires.

Some highlights:

The standard broadcast of the two games, on ESPN’s main channel. Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor, and Tom Rinaldi have the Oklahoma-Georgia Rose (5 p.m.) Joe Tessitore, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe, and Laura Rutledge have the Clemson-Alabama Sugar (8:45 p.m.)
The popular Coaches’ Film Room, which the network’s been putting on during championships for years. That’s going to have Syracuse’s Dino Babers, UNC’s Larry Fedora, West Virginia’s Dana Holgorsen, Ole Miss’ Matt Luke, TCU’s Gary Patterson, and former Arkansas and Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema. That’s on ESPNEWS.
Finebaum Film Room, with SEC radio host Paul Finebaum and a bunch of analysts watching the game and taking calls during it. This is on the SEC Network.
A SkyCam broadcast and an all-22 broadcast, with a wide enough camera angle that you can see just about every player on the field.
Various hometown audio options, with local radio calls.
The Command Center telecast, which is on ESPN and features “a split-screen with multiple camera views displayed simultaneously, which could include the main ESPN camera angle, the SkyCam view and isolated camera feeds of both head coaches at any given time. Enhanced statistics and real-time drive charts supplement the game action.” That sounds like a lot but could be your thing.
And College GameDay is airing, of course. That’ll be at the Rose Bowl, where panelist Herbstreit calls the game later in the day. It starts at 9 a.m. ET, which is 6 a.m. local time. More details on that are here.

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