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One of ESPN’s gazillion feeds for the National Championship will include commentary from Mark Helfrich

He’ll be joined by four other college football coaches.

NCAA Football: Oregon at Washington State James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

If you like having an infinite number of ways to watch the same college football game, ESPN will have you covered for Monday’s National Championship between Alabama and Clemson.

In addition to the “traditional” broadcast on ESPN, there will be 10 other ways you can watch the game, and a familiar face will be on one of those feeds.

If you want to listen to commentary around the game from the guys who have actually coached this season, the Coaches Film Room on ESPNEWS will be the way to go. Five coaches, including former Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich, will sit in a room together to watch and discuss the game. Helfrich will be joined by Syracuse’s Dino Babers, Western Michigan’s P.J. Fleck, Colorado’s Mark MacIntrye and Baylor’s Matt Rhule.

This will be a great way to take in the game if you like to listen to the X’s and O’s behind college football’s biggest matchup from the guys who know it best.

But if intelligent talk about football isn’t your cup of tee, don’t worry. You can tune into the ESPNU feed that features our favorite crazy uncle, Bill Walton, plus other ESPN personalities like Keyshawn Johnson, Michelle Beadle and Marcellus Wiley in what the network describes as a “living room-type setting.”