ESPN announces lineup for 'Coaches Film Room' broadcast of Ohio State-Alabama National Championship Game
Once again, ESPN is going all in when it comes to its coverage of the National Championship Game.
On Monday, ESPN will roll out a number of viewing/listening options for the game via its Megacast production. One returning feature will be the “Coaches Film Room.” This will be happening on ESPN and features current and former college football coaches breaking down the action.
This year, the panel includes four coaches. The four include former Auburn head coach Gene Chizik, Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson, North Carolina A&T coach Sam Washington and Liberty head coach Hugh Freeze.
Coaches Film Room is back for the title game. Hugh Freeze, Dave Clawson, Gene Chizik, Sam Washington are involved. pic.twitter.com/sgiYtMCImx
— David Ubben (@davidubben) January 7, 2021
Freeze appears to be the highest profile coach on that list, though ESPN says the group of coaches is subject to change. The former Ole Miss coach has landed on his feet nicely at Liberty as he’s helped the Flames become a solid G5 program.
After helping Liberty to a 10-1 season in 2020, Freeze appears like he could end up heading back into the SEC as he was linked to a number of jobs. For now, he’s with Liberty and breaking things down on ESPN.
The coaches’ film room is just one of 14 viewing or listening options for Monday’s game. Other broadcasts include an All-22, a sky cam, hometown radio calls and a Spanish broadcast.