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BCS Championship Game at Grauman's Chinese Theater

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Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford and Florida quarterback Tim Tebow face off in the BCS Championship Game Thursday night. AP Photos/J.Pat Carter (Bradford) and Lynne Sladky (Tebow)

While the actual game will be played at Dolphin Stadium in Miami, FL, we here will be able to gather at Grauman's Chinese Theater Thursday evening at 5 pm to watch the game in 3D.

Cinedigm Digital Cinema struck a deal with Fox Sports, Sony and 3ality Digital to bring the championship game in 3D to more than 80 theaters in 35 states around the country. These are the same folks who had private screenings of a Thursday night Oakland Raiders-San Diego Chargers NFL matchup on December 4.

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Tickets will only be available at the box office of Grauman's Chinese Theater for $21. No online sales, no phone sales.

The BCS Championship Game will be streamed at Grauman's Chinese Theater, 6925 Hollywood Blvd, LA, 90028, (323) 464-8111. Thursday, January 8 at 5:00 pm.

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