ESPN Megacast: Larry Fedora, Will Muschamp, Pat Narduzzi, and Willie Taggart Added to Film Room Production

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ESPN Megacast: Larry Fedora, Will Muschamp, Pat Narduzzi, and Willie Taggart Added to Film Room Production

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ESPN’s presentation of the College Football Playoff National Championship Presented by AT&T featuring Alabama vs. Clemson on Monday, Jan. 11, at 8:30 p.m. ET from University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona will feature the return of the ESPN Megacast – the traditional ESPN telecast and 14 alternate productions across ESPN2, ESPNU, SEC Network, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Classic, ESPNEWS, and ESPN3, in addition to ESPN Radio’s broadcast. Details were announced earlier this week.

Since the Megacast announcement, the following head coaches have been added to Film Room, which will be televised on ESPN2: Larry Fedora (North Carolina), Will Muschamp (South Carolina), Pat Narduzzi (Pittsburgh), and Willie Taggart (South Florida). Jim McElwain (Florida) was previously announced. ESPN analysts Brian Griese and Chris Spielman will be with the coaches.

About Film Room:
ESPN analysts Brian Griese and Chris Spielman, along with head coaches Larry Fedora (North Carolina),  Jim McElwain (Florida) Will Muschamp (South Carolina), Pat Narduzzi (Pittsburgh), and Willie Taggart (South Florida) will provide in-depth analysis of the game as it happens from a film room equipped with multiple camera angles, clicker technology and telestration at ESPN’s Bristol, Conn., headquarters.

ESPN’s Coverage of the College Football Playoff National Championship:

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Media contact: Derek Volner at 860-384-9986; [email protected] and @DerekVolner

 

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Derek Volner

I work in college sports, which includes football and basketball, with an emphasis on Olympic Sports. Additionally, I handle ESPN’s coverage of high school athletics and recruiting.
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