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BYU Football’s Kalani Sitake is one of five to participate in ESPN Coaches Film Room for the national title game.

BYU fans can spend Monday evening with their coach

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If you’re reading this, you probably have plans to watch tonight’s Alabama and Clemson game for the national title. Just when you thought your evening couldn’t get any better, it has. Kalani Sitake will be on ESPNEWS with four other college football coaches watching the contest live and breaking down the plays.

The worldwide leader is deeming this the Coaches Film Room and it will be exactly what it sounds like: several coaches breaking down film. What separates this from the dozens of hours of film that coaches watch weekly is the fact that this will be a live game; a live national championship game, nonetheless. Get excited!

As reported by ESPN, here are the list of coaches that will attend:

  • Steve Addazio (Boston College)
  • Dino Babers (Syracuse)
  • Dave Doeren (NC State)
  • Mike MacIntrye (Colorado)
  • Matt Rhule (Baylor)
  • Kalani Sitake (BYU)

Perhaps Alabama does to Clemson what they’ve done to every other opponent this year and is up by 20 at halftime. Maybe your spouse will then say, “let’s change the channel” and you can pull a Lee Corso and say, “not so fast! My man Kalani is breaking down game film on ESPNEWS, let’s watch that.”

That’s what we do here at Vanquish the Foe, we maximize your college football experience, no matter what. Check out this highlight from last year’s Coaches Film Room to give you a little preview of what to expect tonight.

There are many other viewing options for tonight, and you can check them all out here. Everything from watching the band during halftime to split-screen camera angles of the game.

Enjoy a Cougar Family Home Evening tonight with Kalani Sitake representing BYU Nation.