The Nebraska Shrine Bowl has cleared a hurdle in its effort to be played on July 11th in Kearney.
The Two Rivers Public Health Department has approved the Shrine Bowl’s protocols for playing the game during COVID-19. Those protocols include limiting attendance to 10 family members per player and all fans will have their temperatures taken before they can enter the stadium.
There’s still a big hurdle remaining: as of now, football is not allowed in the state. Directed Health Measures for the month of July are expected to be released later this month by the Governor that will determine if contact sports are allowed.
If the 62nd annual game is held, you can hear the play-by-play on KZ-100.