Published On: Wed, Jan 24th, 2018

North And South Took Field In Senior Bowl 2018 in Mobile, Alabama

For the Senior Bowl practices, North and South teams are headed up in ground in Mobile Alabama, they took on afternoon on Tuesday and they stepped into field to show their techniques to scouts, GMs, head coaches, and draft analysts.


The players of both the teams have learned much enough from their Tuesday match which collected a lot of people’s attraction while the coaches of both teams are very excited because of upcoming matches where all senior players will be included and this will memorize all their previous careers memories which will be interesting moments.

The 2018 Senior Bowl is an all-star college football exhibition game in which players from the 2017 NCAA Division I FBS football season will be included in the prospects of the professional National Football League of 2018 draft and the practices match has been started on Tuesday where players showed their skills to their managers.

All the stars are set to be shine in the field as they have started their practices for their upcoming matches while the Senior Bowl 2018 will hold at Ladd–Peebles Stadium, Mobile, Alabama, United States on 27 January in Ladd–Peebles Stadium while this is known as the Reese’s Senior Bowl because this bowl is sponsored by Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.

It is announced officially that before the matches there will be total three practices in the field that will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday while on January 27 the first match will be held between North and South that will beat the hearts and the people are going to purchase the stadium tickets in huge numbers.

Head coach from North Side will be Vance Joseph of the Denver Broncos while from South side the head coach will be Bill O’ Brien of the Houston Texans.

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