ESPN's MegaCast of the national championship returns this year, and there will be a few former Georgia Bulldogs on some of the 20 productions to take place during No. 4 Alabama and No. 3 Georgia on Monday.
The network's traditional telecast from Mercedes-Benz Stadium will be on ESPN and will be hosted by Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit.
On ESPN2 there will be a Homers Telecast that will feature All-SEC quarterback Aaron Murray. Murray played for the Bulldogs from 2010-13 and led them to the SEC Championship in 2012. Former Alabama All-American safety Landon Collins will be on the Homer's telecast, as well.
There will be a Coaches Film Room show during the game on ESPNNEWS, and former Georgia offensive coordinator and now Colorado State head coach Mike Bobo will be breaking down the game with coaches Pat Fitzgerald and Kevin Sumlin. Bobo was a quarterback for the Bulldogs from 1993-97 and coached at Georgia as the offensive coordinator from 2007-14.
On ESPNU, there will be a "Voices" show that will feature talent from various ESPN shows to talk about the game and react in real time.
A sounds of the game broadcast will be on ESPN Classic and ESPN3. That's where fans can watch without commentary and listen to the natural sounds of the game, such as the public address announcer and the bands.
There will also be sky cams, pylon cams, locker room cams, etc. all available to watch on ESPN3.