2023 East-West Shrine Bowl: How To Watch, Start Time, Streaming, and More

If you're tuning in for the longest-running college football all-star game, you'll want to know how to watch the East-West Shrine Bowl.

If you’re planning on watching the 98th edition of the longest-running college football all-star game, and you should be, you will want to know how to watch the East-West Shrine Bowl.

Well, not only have we got the information on how to watch the East-West Shrine Bowl, but we’ve also got the latest information on streaming the game, the start time, and the location so you can enjoy over 120 of the best college football players going into battle to elevate their stock ahead of the 2023 NFL Draft.

How To Watch the 2023 East-West Shrine Bowl

  • TV Channel: NFL Network
  • Live Stream: NFL Network App, NFL App, fuboTV

As part of their tie-in with NFL Pro Bowl Week, the 2023 East-West Shrine Bowl will again be televised nationally on NFL Network.

While commentary information isn’t available at the time of writing, the previous edition of the all-star game saw Rhett Lewis assume play-by-play announcing duties. Lewis was joined in the booth by Bucky Brooks.

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Meanwhile, Cynthia Frelund provided analysis from the field, and Mike Yam rounded out the coverage with reports from the sidelines. The network has carried the Shrine Bowl since the 2011 edition, with ESPN and ESPN2 previously carrying the event.

Can’t be in front of the TV for the 98th edition of the longest-running college football all-star game? Then you’ll need to know how to watch the East-West Shrine Bowl on the go. The NFL Network App, NFL App, and fuboTV will allow you to catch all the action from the 2023 Shrine Bowl wherever you may be.

Start Time and Location

  • Start Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
  • Location: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada

Now you know how to watch the East-West Shrine Bowl, you’re going to want to know what time to turn on the TV to catch the very best college football players in action.

The Shrine Bowl starts at 8:30 p.m. ET (5:30 p.m. PT).

For the second consecutive season, the game will be played in Las Vegas. The 2023 East-West Shrine Bowl will be held in Allegiant Stadium, the home of the Las Vegas Raiders and UNLV Rebels college football program.

Moving to a premier professional football stadium further enhances the experience for players hoping to turn this opportunity into a realization of playing in the NFL. Access to top-tier facilities is a part of the desire to turn the Shrine Bowl into a “best in class” event on the NFL Draft circuit.

What To Watch for at the 2023 East-West Shrine Bowl

So, now you know how to watch the East-West Shrine Bowl, what time to watch it, and where you’ll be watching it from, it’s time to give you a few pointers as to what to watch for when over 120 of the best college football players in the nation collide on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2023.

The East Team is coached by the Atlanta Falcons coaching staff and features a number of highly-productive and exceptionally talented playmakers on both sides of the ball.

On defense, the East’s edge duo of Jose Ramirez (Eastern Michigan) and Caleb Murphy (Ferris State) should prove dynamic. Ramirez led the FBS in sacks per game in 2022. Meanwhile, Murphy is the first ever non-FBS player to win the Ted Hendricks Award as college football’s top defensive end.

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The West Team is coached by the New England Patriots, a team who has shown an affinity for players that have made an impact at the Shrine Bowl in previous seasons.

Like their opponents, the roster is stacked with playmaking talented on both sides of the ball. But the West might feature a superior offense, and that starts with a dangerous dual-threat quarterback in Dorian Thompson-Robinson.

Watch out for the West’s wide receiver room, led by potential first-round pick Zay Flowers. The Boston College pass catcher is joined by one of the best HBCU playmakers in Hampton’s Jadakis Bonds, but don’t sleep on West Virginia’s Bryce Ford-Wheaton in this 2023 NFL Draft pass-catching class.

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