ESPN reveals brand new graphics package for MegaCast of CFP semifinals
ESPN once again holds the broadcast rights to this year’s College Football Playoff, and the network unveiled a new graphics package for the New Year’s Day semifinals.
In case you somehow haven’t heard, the final four for this season are Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, and Notre Dame. The teams will square off in the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl on Friday with a trip to the National Championship Game on the line.
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For Ohio State, the Buckeyes are looking for revenge after they came up just short against Clemson one year ago. Justin Fields will likely be particularly motivated for that game, though he has stumbled in some big games this season. If Ohio State hopes to win, he will need to be back to his normally spectacular self against the Tigers’ defense.
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That Sugar Bowl contest is set to kick off at 8 pm EST on ESPN. For those interested in a more in-depth viewing experience, ESPN is offering the two semifinal contests across nine different channels via the network’s CFP MegaCast.
The network unveiled the brand new graphics package for that MegaCast on Thursday:
— ESPN PR (@ESPNPR) December 31, 2020