College Football Final is a one hour program totally devoted to college football and airs every Saturday night during the college football season. It was previously named College Gameday Final until 2006. It is seen at 12am ET on ESPN and lasts until 1am ET and the program re-airs at 7:30 or 8:00 am the next morning. It is similar to ESPN's Baseball Tonight, NBA Fastbreak, NFL Live, and College GameNight, except that it only appears once a week. The program breaks down the days' games with highlights of all the biggest games, analysis of the big stories and a look ahead to next weeks match ups. The program is presented in high definition on ESPN HD, except for the on site reports.
Lasting Impressions is when both Holtz, May and Davis deliver a monologue with their overall thoughts about the day's games or events from around the country.
Garage is a segment similar to The Ultimate Highlight on SportsCenter, in which they run all of the best plays of the day while music is playing in the background.
Poll Movements this is when the people on the show move teams up or down in the polls before they come out on Sunday as to how a team played that day so if a team is ranked #5 and loses they predict or give their opinions as to where they think that team should be ranked.
The Big Play is when Mark May and Lou Holtz break down a specific play from a game. The play is telestrated and frozen at key points to provide analysis of why the play was successful or unsuccessful.
The Final Verdict Where Rece is a judge and presents a case in which Mark and Lou are to argue over. Rece picks a winner and the decision usually appears on ESPN.com