Reese's Senior Bowl Location, Date, Time, How to Watch
One of the more overlooked and underrated events on the college football calendar each year is the Reese's Senior Bowl. Ever since early draft declarations became prevalent, the tradition-rich college all-star game has taken a backseat in the minds of several fans, but it is an event that each year reliably begins some hype around one prospect or another, revealing their true quality when measured against the best of their peers.
If for only that reason, it's worth watching for those wanting to see how the upcoming NFL draft may turn out, or perhaps those who desire to see how their school's draft-eligible prospects perform against the rest of the class. Not just the game, but the drills and events building up to it are worth watching and generate buzz on social media and in the scouting ranks.
Due to a rule change this year, juniors who have declared for the NFL draft are now able to participate, but the Senior Bowl is still holding most of its spots for seniors and redshirt juniors who are draft-bound. This new twist on the format will provide for some intrigue, but the event will still mostly be dominated by fourth-year players.
So where and when will this game be taking place? How can you watch the Senior bowl? All the information is below:
Senior Bowl Location, Date, Time, Channel
Location: Hancock Whitney Stadium at the University of Southern Alabama, Mobile, AL
Date: Saturday, February 3, 2024
Time: Noon CT
How to Watch: NFL Network or streaming
Texas A&M football fans will want to tune into this one, as three of the players from this previous year's roster have accepted invitations to play in the game. Hopefully all three will represent Texas A&M football well, and maybe improve their draft stock along the way.