Can’t get to a house or bar in time for the 3:30 Eastern kickoff of the biggest college football game of the season? Never fear, CBS is going to live-stream the rematch between the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide and No. 6 Texas A&M. Of course, you’re going to need a mobile device or computer.
“For every SEC on CBS broadcast this season, including what may be the biggest college football game of 2013, fans will be able to see the game action like never before,” said Jeffrey Gerttula, General Manager of CBSSports.com in a press release. “The live All-22 camera angle was extremely popular with viewers of our record-breaking Super Bowl live stream, and we’re excited to now offer college football fans the ultimate second-screen experience.”
The All-22 angle Gerttula mentions is the camera that has been mounted on the press box well above field level. The camera allows viewers to see the action unfold across the entire play, instead of simply just focusing on one specific individual or matchup.
Those watching on broadcast television will be seeing all the standard angles, including the Johnny Cam.