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Announcers and viewing options for the 2021 Sugar Bowl

No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Ohio State face off in the Sugar Bowl as part of the College Football Playoff semifinals. We break down announcers and how to watch the FOX broadcast

In the second and final College Football Playoff semifinal game on New Year’s Day, the No. 3-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes will face off against the No. 2-ranked Clemson Tigers in the Allstate Sugar Bowl at 8 p.m. ET.

The 2021 Sugar Bowl will be broadcast on ESPN, however fans will have the opportunity to watch/listen to each semifinal game across multiple platforms, which is apart of ESPN’s College Football Playoff Megacast. Some of the different presentations that fans can access through the ESPN App is the Command Center (ESPN2), Skycast (ESPNU), Data Center (ESPNU) and the All-22 film angle (ESPN App).

Remember to access all of these different viewing experiences, you need to subscribe to ESPN through your cable provider. In regards to who is broadcasting teams, Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor, and Tom Rinaldi will be on ESPN. Meanwhile, Sean Kelley and Barrett Jones will be broadcasting on ESPN Radio. Herbstreit was just diagnosed with Covid-19, and the Ohio State alum will be calling the game from home.

Additionally, there will be hometown audio feeds, which will be featured on both the ESPN App and ACC Network. Clemson fans can tune into the ACC Network to hear Don Munson, Tim Bourret, and Reggie Merriweather. As for Ohio State fans, they can check out the ESPN App to hear Paul Keeps, Jim Lachey, Matt Andrews, and Skip Mosic. Lastly, for the Spanish-language broadcast, you can hear Javier Trejo Garay and Ramiro Pruneda on ESPN Deportes (ESPN App).