ESPN will have the transmission for the 2021 Armed Forces Bowl matchup between the Missouri Tigers and the Army Black Knights. The game is set for Wednesday, December 22nd at 8:00 p.m. ET.
Missouri (6-6, 3-5 SEC) will play in their first bowl game under Eliah Drinkwitz later last season’s Music City Bowl was dropped because of COVID-19, and quarterback Brady Cook will get the initial beginning of his vocation, supplanting Conner Bazelak. Armed force (8-4) finished off their standard season with a misfortune in their yearly matchup with the Navy Midshipmen, and the Black Knights will hope to restrict assets as they generally do with a triple-choice offense that runs the ball on 86.1% of snaps, which is the second most noteworthy rate in the country.
Assuming you’re not around a TV to watch the Armed Forces Bowl, you can stream the game by means of WatchESPN or the ESPN application on the off chance that you have a link login membership. On the off chance that you don’t have a link sign in, you can get a free preliminary from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream the early evening game.
Welcome to a memorable occasion that you will recollect for the remainder of your lifetime. Regardless of whether you came here enthusiastically or staggered in shakily off the road, you’re observer to the most regarded competition in sport.
It’s the 2021 Bottom 25 Playoff. Without precedent for the long, celebrated history of The Bottom 25, the season finisher has extended from four groups to 12. That is 12 groups – – that have gone through the year losing undeniably more regularly than winning – – fighting it out to see which can at last separate themselves from the pack.
Today, following quite a while of contest, one will be delegated Bottom 25 Champion. How about we meet our candidates.
The accompanying four groups completed the normal season positioned in The Bottom Four and acquired first-round byes: