Historically Black college football fans will have a reason to watch the College Football Playoff national championship game between Ohio State and Alabama.
The North Carolina A&T head coach will be part of ESPN’s College Football Playoff MegaCast providing real-time analysis along with Gene Chizik, Wake Forest head coach Dave Clawson and Liberty head coach Hugh Freeze in the Coaches’ Film Room on ESPNews.
Join @NCATAGGIES and Celebration Bowl Champion Sam Washington TONIGHT as he watches and analyzes the national championship game! Head over to @TheUndefeated to read the full article. pic.twitter.com/3efpKrhBpf
— Celebration Bowl (@CelebrationBowl) January 11, 2021
The MegaCast, described as one of the most comprehensive to date, will offer viewers 14 different presentations on various ESPN platforms.
Washington is the first HBCU football coach to be part of the program.
“You know, first I just think it is a golden opportunity,” he said. “I think in these times we are respected as valuable coaches coming from HBCUs. These opportunities have not always been afforded to us, so I’m very humbled and proud at the same time that I was granted this opportunity.”
ESPN debuted the MegaCast production at the conclusion of the 2014 season and has activated it for each College Football Playoff championship game.
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