AUBURN – ESPN will have unprecedented coverage of the BCS National Championship game between Auburn and Florida State. Six television platforms as well as audio and digital outlets will be used for a “BCS Megacast,” the network announced Thursday.
ESPN2 will televise “BCS Title Talk” which will feature live commentary from analysts and guests. A “BCS Film Room” will appear on ESPNEWS for experts to breakdown plays as the game transpires.
ESPN Classic will show “Sounds of the BCS,” featuring only the natural sounds of the game, including the public address announcer, and include the halftime band performances. ESPN Goal Line will have split screen action of the game and replays with the ESPN Radio broadcast audio.
ESPN3, in cooperation with IMG College, will offer separate “Auburn Radio Call” and “Florida State Radio Call” presentations. The Florida State- and Auburn-specific coverage will feature the team’s home radio broadcast with an on-screen presentation providing fans with the game feed plus isolated cameras on key coaches and players from that team. The coverage will include the halftime performances of the Florida State and Auburn marching bands.
EPSN3 will also show “BCS Campus Connection” for live fan reactions from various watch parties within Auburn and Florida State as well as the “BCS SpiderCam” to watch from above the stadium.