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The Florida A&M Rattlers face the Howard University Bison in the eighth annual Cricket Celebration Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. The game will broadcast live on ABC on Saturday (Dec. 16).
What is the Cricket Celebration Bowl? A postseason bowl for football teams from historically Black colleges. Conference champions from the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) and the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) face off in the Cricket Celebration Bowl, which launched in 2015.
According to its website, the Cricket Celebration Bowl aims to “provide the schools, alumni, fans, and sponsors with a first-class bowl experience while continuing to celebrate the heritage, legacy, pageantry and tradition of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.”
Howard University and Florida A&M both qualified for the Cricket Celebration Bowl for the first time. North Carolina A&T has won the bowl seven times, including the inaugural year as well as 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2022.
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How to Watch the 2023 Cricket Celebration Bowl
For a sixth year in a row, the Cricket Celebration Bowl will broadcast live on ABC. The game kicks off at noon ET on Saturday.
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