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2016 College Football Championship Game: Kickoff time, TV channel, streaming online, and radio for Clemson vs. Alabama

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Here's how to take in what could put a bow on a season none of us will be forgetting any time soon.

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Clemson tries to cap a season for the ages the same way the 1981 team did. Against No. 2 Alabama, Dabo Swinney and the Tigers look to slow down the Heisman Trophy winner in what should be a real war of attrition.

Jeff Scott and Tony Elliott seek to push the right buttons to try and find a weakness in the country's top-ranked run defense -- but if anyone have the weapons to do it, it's the Tigers. Clemson's line is comprised of five All-ACC players.

The Tigers will have their own hands full defensively. The SEC champions have two first-team All-SEC picks paving the way for arguably the best running back in the country. If Shaq Lawson is 100%, it'll go a long way towards helping Clemson finish what they've started.

There's so many other matchups to watch. Shakin' The Southland's full preview has you more than covered.

How to watch, stream and listen

TV: Jan. 11, 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN. Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit will have the call.

Radio: CTSN Radio Affiliates

Online streaming: WatchESPN

Megacast: Watch and listen to the game in 14 different ways on various ESPN stations and platforms, plus on WatchESPN.

Spread: Alabama is favored by 7 points.