After several lengthy discussions, it’s finally official: In a game-changing move sure to make national headlines, Blue-Grey Football recently added an unprecedented third All-American Bowl to its postseason circuit held at NFL facilities all over the country.
The new venue is the Jacksonville Jaguars’ EverBank Field and the showdown takes place on Jan. 16 between the Blue (team made up of players from traditional states in the North) vs. Grey (team made up of players from traditional states in the South).
The two other games, of course, are East vs. West on Dec. 20 at Dallas Cowboy’s AT&T Stadium and North vs. South on Jan. 9 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium. Impact Football Network will broadcast all of the action nationwide.
Blue-Grey Football’s selection committee (CEO Gus Bell, Player Personnel Director Sean Ceglinsky, NFL veterans Mark McMillian, Ken Stills, Arlen Harris, etc.) is in the midst of assembling rosters for the newly anointed All-American Bowl in Jacksonville.
The same thing can be said about the games in Dallas and Tampa. Official invites will be sent out to prospects over the course of the next month, or so. Some, but not all, formal announcements will be made shortly thereafter on our site and via social media.
That said, keep it locked right here for plenty of details about the upcoming Blue-Grey All-American Bowl. All three games, that is, with the recent announcement of our planned stop in northern Florida at Jacksonville Jaguars’ EverBank Field on Jan. 16.