How to watch the College Football Playoff title game

Orgeron and Swinney talk national championship (3:13)

LSU head coach Ed Orgeron and Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney sit down with Chris Fowler to discuss their quarterbacks and excitement for the championship. (3:13)

There are plenty of ways to watch or listen as No. 1 LSU faces No. 3 Clemson in the College Football Playoff National Championship Presented by AT&T on Monday (8 p.m. ET, ESPN/ESPN App).

ESPN's MegaCast will offer 15 presentations of the game across its television networks and the ESPN App.

Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit will call their sixth CFP National Championship, while Tom Rinaldi (LSU) and Maria Taylor (Clemson) will provide news and insight from the sidelines. ESPN rules analyst Bill Lemonnier also will be in the booth.

Approximately 100 cameras will provide views from every angle, including cameras attached to the caps of the officials, pylon views at each corner of the end zones, and virtual reality graphics. There will also be dedicated cameras on LSU coach Ed Orgeron and Clemson coach Dabo Swinney, and the Goodyear Blimp will provide aerial shots of New Orleans and the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

ESPN's MegaCast

Field Pass on ESPN2: Free-flowing commentary of the game, anchored by Adam Amin and Steve Levy, who will roam the sideline. Multiple guests will join them, including college football analysts Pat McAfee and Dan Orlovsky. Field Pass will once again be offered as an alternate pregame show on ESPN2.

Coaches Film Room on ESPNU: Follow every play of LSU-Clemson with coaches Mike Gundy of Oklahoma State, Jeff Hafley of Boston College, Derek Mason of Vanderbilt and Gary Patterson of TCU.

Command Center on ESPNEWS: Multiangle presentation that includes up to four vantage points at any time, with statistics and real-time drive charts supplementing the game action.

DataCenter on Goal Line: ESPN's main telecast will be surrounded by real-time stats, analytics, social media commentary and player information.

Hometown Radio on ACC Network and SEC Network: ACC Network has the Clemson radio call, and SEC Network has the LSU radio call, as both networks pair the hometown audio with the ESPN main telecast.

Don Munson, Tim Bourret, Brad Scott and Reggie Merriweather will provide the Clemson call. Chris Blair, Doug Moreau and Gordy Rush will have the LSU call. This MegaCast feed is presented in conjunction with Clemson Tigers Network powered by JMI Sports and LSU Sports Radio Network.

Sounds of the Game on ESPN Classic: The game presentation will feature all the natural audio from the stadium, including the band performances.

Refcast on the ESPN App: John Parry (former NFL referee), Matt Austin (former SEC referee), Judson Howard (Pac-12 replay official) and Dave Cutaia (former Pac-12 referee and conference supervisor) provide reaction and commentary from a referee's perspective.

Skycast on the ESPN App: The popular view from above the action and behind the offense on most plays. New this year, replays will be shown regularly.

All-22 on the ESPN App: Watch the game the way players and coaches study film, with a vantage point high above the field. The angle allows for the 22 players on the field to be seen at all times, providing the ability to distinguish how plays develop.

Techcast on the ESPN App: An array of ESPN camera angles all on one screen, as viewers can enjoy as many as 12 angles of game play simultaneously.

ESPN Radio: Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe and Ian Fitzsimmons will call the game. The radio broadcast is available on more than 400 ESPN Radio stations, the ESPN App, ESPNRadio.com, SiriusXM, Apple Music, iHeartRadio and TuneIn. Marc Kestecher and Trevor Matich will provide on-site pregame, halftime and postgame coverage, with ESPN Radio's coverage beginning at 6:30 p.m.

ESPN Deportes: The Spanish-language call will be available on ESPN Deportes, with Eduardo Varela, Pablo Viruega and Raul Allegre.