Since its inception in 1950, the Reese’s Senior Bowl has established itself as one of the top college football all-star games in the NFL draft cycle. The event has become an excellent opportunity for prospects wanting to elevate their stock, and it’s become a date to circle on the draft calendar for scouts and fans alike. Don’t miss any of the action with our guide, including the Senior Bowl channel and streams.
What Channel Is the Senior Bowl on Today?
- Channel: NFL Network
- Live Streams: NFL+ App, NFL Network App, fuboTV
The 2023 Reese’s Senior Bowl will be shown exclusively on NFL Network. The college football all-star game has been hosted by the network since the rights were acquired for the 2007 edition. The Senior Bowl has been on the channel ever since.
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In addition to the Senior Bowl itself, NFL Network also has coverage of the all-important practice sessions during the week leading up to the game. Those Senior Bowl practice sessions are also carried by ESPN on their ESPNU channel.
Can’t be seated in front of your television for the 2023 Reese’s Senior Bowl? You can stream all the action as the top college football players in the nation embark on their journey to the 2023 NFL Draft. The NFL+ App, NFL Network App, and fuboTV all provide streaming options for those on the move.
When and Where Is the Senior Bowl?
So, we’ve established the Senior Bowl channel and live streaming options for those who might have been inconvenienced by a winter wedding or other family commitment on a Saturday afternoon in February. But when is the Senior Bowl, and where will the college football all-star game be held?
The 2023 Reese’s Senior Bowl kicks off at 2:30 p.m. ET or 1:30 p.m. CT in the local market. For the third consecutive season, the Senior Bowl will be held at Hancock Whitney Stadium, the home of the South Alabama Jaguars college football program.
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Mobile, Alabama, has long been the home of the Senior Bowl. For over 70 years, Ladd-Peebles Stadium hosted the all-star event. The game was played at the 40,000-seat stadium from 1951 to 2020, with the only game not played in Alabama being the inaugural Senior Bowl. The 1950 event was held in Jacksonville.