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Among a series of changes for the 2020 Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl, the bowl has partnered with First Team Radio to be the new official national radio partner of Shreveport’s annual bowl game.
The 45th Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl will kick off on Saturday, December 26 at 6 p.m. CST at Independence Stadium, and tickets for the 2020 edition of the nation’s 11th-oldest bowl game are now on sale to the general public.
Six days after securing Army West Point as the home team, the Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl, ESPN and Bowl Season announced on Friday that the 2020 Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl will kick off on Saturday, December 26, 2020 at 7 p.m. EST/6 p.m. CST.
The Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl extended the first bowl invitation of the 2020-2021 college football season to Army West Point on Saturday, and the Black Knights accepted the bid – securing their first trip to Shreveport since 1996.
The Football Bowl Association is getting a new name and brand: Bowl Season. The debut of the name change, logo and website for the organization is part of a major brand overhaul announced today by Executive Director Nick Carparelli.
Alumni of the Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl continue to impress in the NFL. The game features over 80 players on NFL rosters or on injured reserve, with some of the brightest young players in the league having come through Shreveport.
The nation’s 11th-oldest bowl game has a tradition of being televised on ESPN networks, and that tradition will last at least another six years, as the Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl and ESPN have reached an agreement covering the 2020-2025 Radiance Technologies Independence Bowls.
Some of America’s most outstanding and decorated citizens and groups have been honored with the Omar N. Bradley “Spirit of Independence” Award – presented each year at the Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl, and the Independence Bowl Foundation has selected retired United States Army Lieutenant General Joseph M. Cosumano, Jr. as the 44th recipient of the prestigious award.
Due to ongoing changes in state regulations as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Independence Bowl Foundation event – Super Boil Sunday – will be moved to the Independence Stadium field and has shifted to a member and member-guest-only event, in compliance with the state and local COVID-19 regulations on public gatherings.
There are 80 Independence Bowl alumni on active NFL rosters or on injured reserve for NFL teams, and a number of alumni had big weeks in week two of the NFL season, including a few milestones.
The Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl is heavily represented throughout the NFL’s 53-man final rosters – with 80 players who appeared in the annual Shreveport-Bossier City bowl game finding themselves on NFL rosters.
Meet 2020 1st Vice-Chairman, and 2022 Chairman, Bryan Roppolo.
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