How to Look at the state of Ohio-Alabama


A season of college football that was highly questionable this summer has reached its climax. Alabama (12-0) and Ohio State (7-0) will face off in the National Championship game after the Buckeyes weren’t even sure they would play as the Big Ten initially canceled their football season because of COVID-19, for reverse course.

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Following the controversy surrounding his inclusion in the college football playoffs after playing just six games, Ohio State proved it belonged to Clemson in the semifinals. A high octane offense in Alabama, however, can be too difficult to overcome.

Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Monday night’s National Championship game:

What time is the national championship game?

The National Championship game between Ohio State and Alabama on January 11, 2021 kicks off at 8 p.m. ET. The game will be played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

Which channel Ohio State vs. Alabama and can I stream it live?

ESPN will broadcast the national championship game. The game will be available for live streaming on the ESPN app for subscribers. The game can also be streamed on fuboTV, Hulu, and Sling TV .

Other viewing options are available as part of ESPN’s “Megacast”. ESPN2 will have “CFP Live” featuring members of the “NFL Live” show. ESPNews will present “Film Room” while ESPNU will have the “Skycast”. The SEC network will have the Alabama hometown radio team. The local Ohio State radio team will be available on the ESPN app, along with “Refcast”, “All22”, “Datacenter”, “Command Center” and “High Skycam”.

What are the latest odds for tonight’s game?

BetMGM has Alabama favored by 8.5 points entering the game. The over / under is 74.5 points.

The odds for moneyline are Ohio State +240 and Alabama -300.

Is there a story between the state of Ohio and Alabama in the national championship game?

Ohio State and Alabama did not face each other in the national championship game. The Buckeyes beat the Crimson Tide, 42-35, at the 2015 Sugar Bowl, which was a college football playoff semifinal game.

Alabama defeated Ohio State in the 1978 Sugar Bowl and 1995 Citrus Bowl.