What time does the Heisman Trophy Ceremony take place? TV channel, time, and where to watch

What time does the Heisman Trophy Ceremony take place? TV channel, time, and where to watch

This year’s winner of the 89th Heisman Trophy, which is considered the highest honour in college football, will be honoured once more as the best player in the NCAA.

The official Heisman Trophy finalist list for 2023 has been revealed as college football season comes to a close and excitement for Bowl Season and the College Football Playoff grows.

Three players from Oregon, Michael Penix Jr. from Washington, Marvin Harrison Jr. from Ohio State, and Jayden Daniels from LSU have all been invited to the event.

The favourite among bookmakers to win college football’s most coveted award is LSU quarterback Daniels, who had a great second season that included tying Bo Nix for the most throwing touchdowns (40) and finishing third in passing yards (3,812).

When is the Heisman Trophy Ceremony taking place?

December 9, 2023, a Saturday, will see the presentation of the 2023 Heisman Trophy.

The Heisman Trophy Ceremony is held where?

The Heisman Ceremony will return to New York’s Appel Room at Lincoln Centre for the third year. Longtime presenter Chris Fowler of ESPN, who is emceeing for the 30th consecutive year, will host it.

During the one-hour live event, ESPN college football reporters Holly Rowe and Marty Smith will join Fowler on the broadcast.

When does the ceremony for the Heisman Trophy begin?

It is planned for the ceremony to start at 17:00 PT / 20:00 ET.

Where will the Heisman Trophy Ceremony be airing?

ESPN will air the Heisman Trophy ceremony. Those who would want to watch on their smartphones can do so by using the ESPN app and to stream the event.

For those without an ESPN membership, there is also a free trial available for Fubo.

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