2021 Las Vegas Bowl to be held at Allegiant Stadium

Wisconsin, Arizona State to play in 2021 Las Vegas Bowl at Allegiant Stadium

Attention College Football fans, it’s time to go, “bowling”. No, not to hit ten pins, but to cheer on your favorite college bowl teams.

The first SRS Distribution Las Vegas Bowl will feature Wisconsin, (8-4) facing Arizona State, (8-4) at Allegiant Stadium.

When

The game will take place on Thursday, December 30, at 7:30 p.m. PT (10:30 p.m. ET on ESPN). The Badgers will become the first Big Ten Conference team to play in the SRS Distribution Las Vegas Bowl.

The Sun Devils are in the Pac-12 Conference and will serve as the home team. Arizona State is making its third appearance in this bowl game.

History

The yearly bowl game contains a group from the three Power-5 conferences. These conferences include 40 powerhouse programs from around the country.

From 2021, ’23, and ’25, the Pac-12 will face a Big Ten Team. The SEC will participate in 2022, and ’24.

Wisconsin and Arizona State (ASU), will face each other in a bowl game for the first time ever. It’s also the fifth time these two teams will play each other after producing a home-home series.

The first series was from 1967-68 and the second one was in 2010 and 2013.

Why Las Vegas?

“We are breaking ground by hosting a world renowned Big Ten team for the first time and are equally excited to welcome back the great ASU fans to the Entertainment and Sports Capital of the World,” SRS Distribution Las Vegas Bowl executive Director John Saccenti told KTNV13 News. “Las Vegas looks forward to being the home of the first postseason meeting between these two storied programs.”

The college bowl season is a wonderful time of year for fans to watch their favorite college team win a postseason game. The Badgers and the Sun Devils will showcase some of their NFL draft picks at a big NFL stadium in Las Vegas.

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The Pac-12 Championship game was a success and this game should be fun too!

Don’t miss out and get your tickets soon.

About SRS Distribution

SRS Distribution is the fastest growing distributor of building products in the United States. The company is committed to serving the professional roofing contractor’s business. It’s headquarters is located at 7440 State Highway-121 in McKinney, Texas.

SRS Distribution wants to expand beyond the Mid West. They want to start sponsoring major sporting events around the country. It’s a great time now for them to sponsor the Las Vegas Bowl at Allegiant Stadium.

Tickets

Don’t be the last to get your tickets. Tickets start at $50 (plus fees). They are available by logging onto www.lvbowl.com. The Las Vegas Bowl is one out of 17 bowl games broadcasted by ESPN. It also owned and operated by ESPN Events. ESPN Events is a division of ESPN.

It’s a great time now for sports in Las Vegas. The city is booming and everything’s under the lights. Check out other forms of entertainment as well.

When you’re around town, don’t miss out on some finger-licking good food at Jessie Rae’s BBQ near Allegiant Stadium during your stay.


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