Jan 1, 2013; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; A detail view of the BCS Championship logo at Sun Life Stadium before the 2013 Orange Bowl game between the Northern Illinois Huskies and the Florida State Seminoles. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

BCS National Championship 2014: ESPN to air title game on six platforms


When the Florida State Seminoles and Auburn Tigers face off in the biggest game of the year for the BCS National Championship, viewers will have plenty of ways to tune in and catch all of the action. According to Paul Myerberg of USA Today, ESPN will be offering viewers six different ways to watch the title game.

The main broadcast will kick off on ESPN at 8:30 p.m. ET. You will also be able to see live analysis and breakdowns of the game as it happens on ESPN2 and ESPNU.

ESPN Classic will have one of the most interesting options called “Sounds of the BCS,” which allows fighters to enjoy the show without listening to any commentary. Instead, you will just hear the sounds as they play out from inside of the stadium.

If you have ESPN Goal Line, you can also catch the action in a presentation that will show live stats on the field, while mobile and web users can use ESPN 3 to watch the big game play out. For those who choose to watch the game on ESPN 3, you can choose to listen to either the Auburn or Florida State radio broadcasts.

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  • Ray Colletti

    Unfortunately, ESPN doesn’t “air” anything, so the title of the article is misleading. They “wire” everything through a paywall in the form of a cable provider. For those fans who don’t have cable, there is no BCS championship game. If we are lucky, we can catch it on radio. If not, we will find out who won by watching the loçal evening news. Sad.