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- Voices – The Cool Room-NYC: Bomani Jones, Katie Nolan, Tony Reali, Peter Rosenberg
- Voices – SportsCenter: John Anderson, Matt Barrie, John Buccigross and Elle Duncan join Scott Van Pelt
ESPN’s most comprehensive MegaCast production to-date has additional personalities heading into the College Football Playoff National Championship Presented by AT&T between Georgia and Alabama (Tonight at 8 p.m. ET), as head coaches David Cutcliffe (Duke), Mike Gundy (Oklahoma State) and Matt Luke (Ole Miss) have been added to the Coaches Film Room(ESPNEWS), hosted by college football analyst Tom Luginbill, and numerous additions have been made to the Voices presentation (ESPNU and ESPN3).
Cutcliffe, Gundy and Luke join Mike Bobo, Pat Fitzgerald and Kevin Sumlin who were previously announced.
Voices: Bomani Jones, Katie Nolan, Tony Reali and Peter Rosenberg from NYC; Multiple SportsCenter Personalities Join SVP
ESPN personalities Bomani Jones, Katie Nolan, Tony Reali and 98.7 ESPN New York’s Peter Rosenberg from The Michael Kay Show have been added to The Cool Room – NYC, one of five ESPN-themed centric shows that make up the Voices presentation. SportsCenter anchors John Anderson, Matt Barrie, John Buccigross and Elle Duncan will join Scott Van Pelt and the appropriately named SportsCenter presentation on the same ESPNU voices. The other presentations that complete Voices:
- The Dan Le Batard Show:Dan Le Batard and Stugotz will be joined by their normal cast of their radio program, broadcasting live from their radio studio, inside the Clevelander hotel
- NFL Live:Host Wendi Nix will be joined by former LSU safety Ryan Clark, Boston College quarterback Tim Hasselbeck and Pitt safety Louis Riddick from their traditional studio in Bristol, Conn.
- ESPN at LA Live: Rachel Nichols, along with Amin Elhassan, LZ Granderson and Anita Marks will be at ESPN’s Los Angeles-based studios
More on Voices Presentation
ESPNU will feature all five shows, plus the game, in a six quadrant viewing experience. While being able to see all six productions, each production you hear will change throughout the night, jumping around from show-to-show throughout the night. However, for fans interested in one particular production, they can go on ESPN3 where all five will have a dedicated ESPN3 feed.