Who else is ready for the Citrus Bowl? At Hidden Remote, we couldn’t be more excited about this one, because what a way to kick off the new year! If you have been too busy this holiday season to keep up with the games, we’ve got your back!
What time is the Citrus Bowl? Can you watch it without cable? Are you able to stream the Citrus Bowl online? We have all the answers, below. Here’s how to watch and what time to tune in so you don’t miss a minute of the action. All you need to do is grab your favorite drinks and snacks.
Who plays in the Citrus Bowl on Monday, Jan. 2?
- Match-up: LSU Tigers vs the Purdue Boilermakers
- Location: Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida
What channel is the Citrus Bowl on Monday, Jan. 2?
- Game: LSU Tigers vs the Purdue Boilermakers
- TV Channel: ABC
- Announcers: Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, Jeannie Edwards
- Game time: 12 p.m. CT/1 p.m. ET
How to watch the Citrus Bowl
Since the game will be airing live on ABC, you have any options to watch, whether you have cable or not. First, if you do have cable, just tune in to the ABC network at 1 p.m. ET. Have you cut ties with cable? Congrats and welcome to the club. You can stream the Citrus Bowl via the platform you have replaced cable with, such as fuboTV or Hulu + Live TV, as well as any other online service that includes ABC in their plan. Where will you be watching?
The fun doesn’t end after the Citrus Bowl, catch the Sugar Bowl on ESPN at 8:30 p.m. ET. And tomorrow, Jan. 2, we have TaxSlayer.com Bowl on ESPN at 3:20 p.m. ET and then the Birmingham Bowl follows on Jan. 3 on ESPN at 12 p.m. ET. It’s a packed week!