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Listen to the 2015 College Football Championship game live on radio or online

Oregon and Ohio State will be playing at AT&T Stadium, Monday night at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN. You can listen to it on your radio, phone, or computer.

Oregon and Ohio State face off in the first ever College Football Playoff final Monday, vying to win the first national title of a new era in college football. The two teams are scheduled to kick off at 8:30 p.m. ET in Arlington, Texas on ESPN.

The game will be available on radio via Oregon affiliates and Ohio State affiliates, with live streaming available on ESPNRadio.

Ohio State is in a familiar position as the underdog in this College Football Playoff, bringing down top-seeded Alabama 42-35 in the semifinal round. They also went 11-1 in the regular season, answering questions from an early season loss (to Virginia Tech) with a strong result in their conference championship game (59-0 over Wisconsin). The Buckeyes do not have a Heisman winner at quarterback, but they did lose two contenders (Braxton Miller and JT Barrett) to injury this season. That leaves third-stringer Cardale Jones as the Buckeyes' starter, but he's performed very well against the Badgers and Tide.

Oregon blew out Florida State 59-20 in the semifinal round to get here, and the second-seeded Ducks enter the game as 7-point favorites. Oregon lost just one game in the regular season, a 31-24 defeat to Arizona, but answered any lingering questions with a 51-13 blowout victory over the Wildcats in a Pac-12 Championship Game rematch. The Ducks' most impressive regular season victories came against Michigan State, UCLA and Utah, and they have the Heisman Trophy winner at quarterback in Marcus Mariota.