College Football Championship 2020

The College Football Championship 2020 live on Monday night at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. LSU and Clemson are kicking off one of the best national title games in recent memory.

This year marks Clemson’s fourth appearance in the title game during the CFP era and LSU’s first. True freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence and the Tigers toppled Alabama 44–16 in last year’s matchup.

Date: Monday, Jan. 13 | Time: 8 p.m. ET
Location: Mercedes-Benz Superdome — New Orleans, Louisiana
TV: ESPN | Live stream: Click here to Watch live

Both LSU and Clemson enter the title game with undefeated records after strong 2019 campaigns. Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow and coach Ed Orgeron have led LSU during a storybook season. The Tigers beat SEC opponents Florida, Auburn, and Alabama before claiming the SEC title over Georgia. Burrow and his teammates then proceeded to set multiple college football and bowl game records against Oklahoma in a blowout 63–28 Peach Bowl victory.

Clemson is in the midst of a 29-game winning streak, with its last loss coming to Alabama in the CFP playoff semifinal following the 2017 regular season. Lawrence has won 70 of the last 71 games he’s been a part of, which includes a stretch of 41 wins in high school. After winning their fifth consecutive ACC title and beating Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl, the Tigers look to become repeat national champions.

LSU (1958, 2003 and 2007) and Clemson (1981, 2016 and 2018) have each won three national championships in school history.

halftime show 2020 performers
The College Football Playoff title game halftime show will consist of performances by the schools’ respective marching bands, as well as a recognition of the top 11 players in the history of college football.

That said, the CFP title game will feature several artists who will headline AT&T Playoff Playlist Live during title game weekend leading up to the game: H.E.R., Nas and recording artist MAX will be the headline performers on Saturday; Meghan Trainor, Bastille and Rolling Stone will perform on Sunday; and Tim McGraw and Judah & the Lion will perform on Monday.

Lauren Daigle will perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” prior to kickoff.