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Buffaloes coach Macintyre to work ESPN National Championship Megacast

Coach Mac joins an awesome group for the best way to watch Monday’s game.

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If you’ve ever wanted to see Mike MacIntyre breakdown the X’s and the O’s, now is your chance. For the fourth straight year, ESPN will offer a MegaCast Production for the College Football Playoff National Championship game. And this year, the Colorado head coach will be joining in on the fun from Bristol, Connecticut.

MacIntyre, who led the Buffs to a 10-4 record this season and first bowl game since 2007, will be one of five head coaches providing in-depth analysis on Coaches Film Room (ESPNews) during Monday’s College Football Playoff National Championship game between Clemson and Alabama. The other four coaches include: Dino Babers (Syracuse), P.J. Fleck (Western Michigan), former Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich and new Baylor head coach Matt Rhule. Joining the coaches in the film room will be ESPN college football analyst and 1997 National Championship winning quarterback Brian Griese.

Highlights of ESPN’s MegaCast Production for Monday’s College Football season finale are below:

ESPN Presents MegaCast Production for College Football Playoff National Championship Presented by AT&T – Clemson vs. Alabama

  • Traditional Telecast on ESPN; Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Samantha Ponder, and Tom Rinaldi on the Call
  • Homers Telecast on ESPN2; Coaches Film Room with Limited Interruptions on ESPNEWS; ESPN Voices with Keyshawn Johnson and Bill Walton on ESPNU;Finebaum Filmroom on SEC Network among 14 Productions of College Football’s Finale
  • ESPN Classic, ESPN Goal Line, and ESPN3 with Alternative Productions
  • ESPN Deportes Provided Spanish-Language Telecast, ESPN Radio and ESPN Deportes have English and Spanish Audio
  • ESPNU Airs Pregame Field Pass 90-Minutes Before Kickoff

Including the traditional game broadcast (Monday, January 9th; 6 p.m. MT), ESPN will provide a total of 14 different ways in which you can take in the College Football Playoff National Championship game.