The college football playoff is finally starting with what is technically the Rose Bowl between No. 1 is 1 Alabama and No. 4 Notre Dame at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas

The Tide (11-0) has looked almost infallible all season, behind one of the nation’s best offenses led by a three-headed monster from quarterback Mac Jones running back on Najee Harris and wide receiver DeVonta Smith, it’s lacking Offensive Coordinator Steve Sarkisian Out of Dangerous Options to Pick a Piece for Jones and Smith were both named Heisman finalists and were the first teammates to become finalists since 2004 when Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush did so for USC and Vince Young and LenDale White did for Texas

Notre Dame (10-1) also hits hard on offense, led by Ian Book on quarterback and Kyren Williams on running back. Behind one of the best offensive lines in the country, Williams has 1343 scrimmage yards recorded, the second most common among players under Brian Kelly The Irish have to react after their only blemish of the season, a 34-10 win over Clemson that could be waiting for the winner of that game for the national championship

Everything you need to know about Alabama vs. Notre Dame on Friday, including kick-off time, TV channels and more

The game begins at 4 p.m. ET and continues the second semi-finals between No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Ohio State at 8 p.m. ET

Sean McDonough and Todd Blackledge will be calling the game from the ESPN booth, with Todd McShay and Allison Williams serving as side reporters

Both college football playoff semifinals will be broadcast on ESPN and can be streamed live on all digital platforms of the network (ESPN) com, ESPN app, etc.)

The winning teams have 10 days off before starting one last time to complete the 2020 season


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