How to watch, stream, listen to LSU-Clemson National Championship game
After an incredible regular and postseason, No. 1 LSU is pursuing its fourth national title in program history.
LSU will face No. 3 Clemson in the College Football Playoff National Championship at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020.
Here is how you can watch the Tigers in the biggest college football game of the season.
The game will be televised on ESPN. Check with your cable/satellite provider for the channel number.
SIDE NOTE: ESPN will feature the live telecast of the with audio from the LSU Sports Radio Network on the SEC Network.
You can stream the games on your desktop at ESPN.com/watch and on your mobile device or smart TV with the ESPN app.
Both will require your cable or satellite provider login information.
ESPN is also available on the following streaming services:
Hulu With Live TV
AT&T TV Now
If you do not have cable or satellite, both Hulu Live and YouTube TV offer free trials of their streaming services, which includes ESPN.
If you can’t watch or stream the game you can still listen to it on the LSU Sports Radio Network. See the list for your local affiliate.
Alexandria - 970 AM & 96.9 FM
Baton Rouge- 98.1 FM (Spanish Audio - 830 AM)
Bogalusa - 92.9 FM
Conway/Little Rock, Ark.- 92.7 FM
Denver, Colo. - 104.3 FM or 1600 AM
Jackson, Miss.- 103.9 FM
Jena - 102.7 FM
Lafayette/Opelousas -103.7 FM
Lake Charles - 97.9 FM
Leesville - 93.5 FM
Monroe - 97.7 FM
Natchez, Miss - 95.1 FM
New Orleans - 870 AM & 105.3 FM
Ruston - 97.7 FM & 96.3 FM
Shreveport - 1130 AM
Tylertown, Miss. - 107.3 FM
Vicksburg, Miss. - 101.3 FM
Ville Platte - 1050 AM & 92.5 FM
You can listen online at LSU’s athletic website by clicking here or by downloading the Radio.com app or TuneIn app and searching “LSU.”
On SiriusXM tune into ESPN Radio for the away feed, ESPNU Radio for the home feed, or ESPN Xtra.