Kaepernick, Moch Invited To East-West Shrine Game
RENO, Nev. – A pair of Nevada players have been invited to play in the prestigious East-West Shrine Game on Saturday, Jan. 22, Nevada coach Chris Ault announced today.
Senior quarterback Colin Kaepernick and senior defensive end Dontay Moch will represent the West in the game, which will be played at the Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla. The 86th annual game will be televised on the NFL Network.
Additionally, Kaepernick has also been invited to compete in the Senior Bowl, which will be played on Jan. 29 in Mobile, Ala., and will also be broadcast on the NFL Network.
Kaepernick and Moch will be the first Nevada players to compete in the game since Marko Mitchell and Joshua Mauga played in it two years ago. Four years ago, quarterback Jeff Rowe was the Offensive MVP in the Shrine Game.
Kaepernick will be the first Nevada player to play in the Senior Bowl since John Dutton and Deshone Myles played in 1998.
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