Hundreds of student-athletes from across the U.S. are competing for U.S. National Teams in Arlington, Texas, continuing through Friday.
International Bowl IX features 24 teams across eight nations on three continents. U.S. National Teams will compete against teams representing Canada, Japan, Mexico and the Nordic region, comprised of players and coaches from Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. As a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee and the sport’s national governing body, USA Football manages U.S. National Teams for international competition.
The game schedule is as follows:
Game 1: U.S. Under-14 Stars defeated U.S. Under-14 Stripes, 63-48 (ESPN3)
Game 2: U.S. Under-17 Stars defeated Football Ontario, 49-6 (ESPN3)
Game 3: UANL - Mexico defeated U.S. Under-18 Select Team, 20-9 (ESPN3)
Game 4: U.S. Under-19 Select Team defeated Team Nordic, 48-13 (ESPN3)
Game 5: U.S. Under-15/14 Stars defeated U.S. Under-15/14 Stripes, 20-0 (ESPN3)
Game 6: U.S. Under-15 Select Team defeated Laguna Select (Mexico), 62-0 (ESPN3)
Game 7: Team Japan defeated U.S. Under-17 Stripes, 21-6 (ESPN3)
Game 8: Football Canada def. U.S. Under-18 National Team, 44-26 (ESPN3)
Game 9: 9:30 a.m., U.S. Under-16 Select Team vs. Chihuahua Broncos (ESPN3)
Game 10: 1 p.m., U.S. Under-16 National Team vs. UANL - Mexico (ESPN3)
Game 11: 4:30 p.m., U.S. Under-17 National Team vs. Team British Columbia (ESPN3)
Game 12: 8 p.m., U.S. Under-19 National Team vs. Team Football Canada (ESPN3; rebroadcast on ESPNU at 10 a.m. Eastern Time on Jan. 20)
Notable National Team alumni include the following players:
NFL: Oday Aboushi (Seattle Seahawks), Malcom Brown (New England Patriots), Corey Coleman (Cleveland Browns), Quinton Dunbar (Washington Redskins), Devin Funchess (Carolina Panthers), Shaquill Griffin (Seattle Seahawks), Todd Gurley (Los Angeles Rams), Kevin Hogan (Cleveland Browns), Jourdan Lewis (Dallas Cowboys), Tyrann Mathieu (Arizona Cardinals), Jack Mewhort (Indianapolis Colts), Ty Montgomery (Green Bay Packers), Samaje Perine (Washington Redskins), Ethan Pocic (Seattle Seahawks), Jordan Poyer (Buffalo Bills), Stephon Tuitt (Pittsburgh Steelers) and Jamies Winston (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
College: Trajan Bandy (Miami), Trevon Diggs (Alabama), Chris Evans (Michigan), Mecole Hardman Jr. (Georgia), N’Keal Harry (Arizona State), Dwayne Haskins Jr. (Ohio State), C.J. Henderson (Florida), Justin Jackson (Northwestern), Greer Martini (Notre Dame), Matthew McCrane (Kansas State), Trevor Morris (Rutgers), Shea Patterson (Michigan), Tyler Petite (USC), Harrison Phillips (Stanford), DeAndre Pierce (Boise State), Jalen Reagor (TCU), Dalton Risner (Kansas State), Alonzo Saxton II (Duke), Nick Starkel (Texas A&M), D’Andre Swift (Georgia), Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin) and Trey Udoffia (Colorado)
TV broadcast information
Game site information
Last year's results (with video)
This is an updated version of a blog that originally posted Jan. 10.