Ahead of ESPN’s best kickoff weekend ever, the network partnered with Marvel to showcase the magnitude of its college football schedule to open the season.
Tom Rinaldi voices a whiteboard preview for the must-see slate of college football games on ESPN platforms this weekend.
Several college football coaches share their thoughts the huge matchups showcased during ESPN's kickoff weekend.
SportsCenter set out to show a different side of Alabama head coach Nick Saban and reporter Marty Smith and college football analyst Tim Tebow delivered.
Molly McGrath, a former ESPN production assistant, returns to the network as a sideline reporter and studio host, it was announced today.
ABC News "Nightline" co-anchor Byron Pitts profiles University of Georgia running back Nick Chubb in the latest SC Featured, Sunday, Feb. 21 on SportsCenter. Go behind the scenes of the making of this unique feature.
In the span of six days, Mike Tirico is calling four major events – all in different sports, including tonight's Cavs at Rockets NBA game. How does he balance it all?
It was a game that had just about everything and there was only one strategy big enough and bold enough to bring Alabama's win over Clemson in the CFP title game to the masses: ESPN's Megacast.
Front Row presents some College Football Playoff National Championship Game presented by AT&T perspectives from commentators and analysts who are alumni of Alabama and Clemson, who duel for the title tonight on ESPN (8:30 p.m. ET). In addition, alumni from the schools eliminated in the semifinals - Michigan State and Oklahoma - weigh in with concise advice on how to cope with bittersweet defeat.
The Megacast celebrates its third birthday at the college football championship game and the diaper dandy of concept continues to grow and mature as senior coordinating producer Ed Placey explains.
SEC Network vacated its Charlotte, N.C. studios to produce SEC Nation, SEC Now and The Paul Finebaum Show -- all live from Arizona -- as part of the College Football National Championship Presented by AT&T coverage.
Before you uncork the bubbly to celebrate New Year's Eve, catch the College Football Playoff Semifinals on the platform of your choice. Learn how ESPN has sports fans covered no matter where or how they watch and listen.
Generation Tux is giving college football fans an opportunity to really put on the ritz this New Year's Eve with a special collection of college football-themed tuxedos that will make any ESPN viewer look like a million bucks.
MLB star Max Scherzer and NBA standout Nick Young talk about what it was like to be part of ESPN's New Year's Eve College Football Playoff viewing party spot.
Last night on ESPN, Stanford wide receiver Francis Owusu made a catch that very well could be the Catch of the Year in college football. Play-by-play man Joe Tessitore and color analyst David Pollack look back at the incredible grab just hours after witnessing it in person.

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