After a season like no other, the 2020 NCAA Division I FBS football season reaches its long-awaited conclusion tonight. The 151st season of college football has been a season like no other and will cap off with a battle between the SEC and Big Ten champions.
The SEC Champions No.1 Alabama Crimson Tide (12-0), led by Heisman winner WR DeVonta Smith, blew past No. 4 Notre Dame in the College Football Playoff Semifinal Round. Smith is the first WR to win the Heisman since 1991. His Alabama team is deserving of their top seeding because they’ve proved to be the best team all season by winning most of their games in blowouts.
The Big Ten Champions No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes (7-0) have had a different path to the National Championship Game. Critics said the Buckeyes didn’t deserve to be among the elite of college football due to the Big Ten playing a short season. With a lot to prove, the Buckeyes defeated No. 3 Clemson Tigers in convincing fashion in the semifinal round to solidify their place in college football’s upper echelon.
There will be limited fans in attendance for tonight’s game; however, cord cutters can learn how to watch Alabama-Ohio State below.
When to watch the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship Game
Live from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship Game between No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide and No. 3 Ohio State Buckeye is scheduled for 8:00 PM ET on ESPN.
Where to watch the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship Game
Cord cutters can watch all the action live from the gridiron by subscribing to any streaming service that carries ESPN or by using the Watch ESPN app. Choosing from any of these subscription services below has its benefits because there are no hidden fees, you can cancel anytime with most offering a free trial for new subscribers.
- AT&T TV Now: Subscribers to AT&TV Now can watch the National Championship Game on ESPN, and over 45 other channels for only $55/month with their Plus package. 500 hours of DVR is included so you won’t miss your team’s victories on the hardwood, and you can record your other favorite shows.
- Hulu + Live TV: For $65/month, Hulu + Live TV gives you access to ESPN, tonight’s game, and over 65 channels, and access to Hulu’s large library of content including exclusive shows and movies. With 50 hours of Cloud DVR included you’ll be able to record this game, and much more.
- fuboTV: Perhaps the best sports-orientated streaming service is fuboTV because subscribers can watch ESPN, tonight’s game, over 130 events in 4K, and 110 channels, starting at $64.99/month. 250 hours of Cloud DVR means there is plenty of room to save your favorite events.
- YouTube TV: For $65/month, YouTube TV is a great service for watching ESPN, tonight’s game, and over 85 other channels. With unlimited Cloud DVR storage, it’s the perfect place to record your favorite games, catch up on all of the buildup for the week, analyst predictions, and have the ability to come back to it at season’s end.
- Sling Orange: The Sling Orange package is only $30/month and it includes 10 hours of Cloud DVR storage. Sling is one of the most affordable services to watch the championship game on ESPN, and it comes with over 30 other channels.
- Vidgo: For $55/month, Vidgo gives you access to tonight’s game on ESPN and ABC, plus over 85 other channels. The service offers 24 hour playback on popular programming, and right now, new and returning subscribers can take advantage of a promotional price of $10/mo. for the first 2 months.
Predictions: Roll Tide…again
In a game that is sure to have plenty of players on both teams competing at the next level in the near future, the Crimson Tide will defeat the Buckeyes again. Head-to-head Alabama holds a 3-1 series lead against Ohio State with their last meeting in a 42-35 Sugar Bowl victory in 2015. Expect another close game in the first half, but Alabama will pull away and win by 2 scores this time around.
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