ESPN releases additional Peach Bowl viewing options
College football fans will have plenty of options for watching the Peach Bowl matchup between No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 Washington.
On Thursday, ESPN announced extra viewing options ahead of the New Year’s Eve matchup.
The normal broadcast of the game will be on ESPN. On ESPN2, fans can see the command center broadcast, featuring multiple camera angles and statistical breakdowns.
The extra viewing options for both the Peach Bowl and the Fiesta Bowl include:
Pylon Cameras: All eight pylons will be equipped with four cameras, allowing for camera angles along the goal line, sideline and backline.
Super-Slow Motion: Super slow-motion cameras will provide precise, tight camera shots throughout the game and capture the emotion of the matchups.
Command Center Telecast (ESPN2): A split-screen with multiple camera views 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.
Hometown Audio (ESPN3): The local radio broadcasts from all four participating teams, in conjunction with IMG and Learfield Sports, synched up to ESPN’s main telecast.
DataCenter (ESPN3): ESPN’s main TV production is supplemented by statistics, tweets and additional relevant information for an enhanced real-time experience on one screen.
On the SEC Network, analyst Paul Finebaum will host a film room with several other analysts and guests to discuss Alabama’s game against Washington.
Paul Finebaum will be joined by Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze for the SEC Network broadcast, breaking down the live action:
Paul Finebaum Film Room (SEC Network): Paul Finebaum along with analysts Booger McFarland, Jordan Rodgers and Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze take calls from fans during the Washington-Alabama game and provide instant analysis.
On ESPN3, fans can choose from SkyCam footage, their particular team’s hometown broadcast or a statistical data center broadcast.
The Peach Bowl kicks off at 3 p.m. Eastern time, followed by the Fiesta Bowl matchup between No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Ohio State at 7 p.m. Eastern time.