In recent years, the East-West Shrine Bowl has taken a backseat when it comes to college all-star showcase games but that looks to be changing in a hurry.

That’s the latest from ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter, who is reporting that the game is moving to Las Vegas and has been given a primetime slot leading up to the Pro Bowl.

“The East-West Shrine Bowl, the nation’s oldest college football all-star game, is partnering with the NFL and moving the event to Las Vegas and Allegiant Stadium as part of NFL Pro Bowl week. The game will be Thursday, February 3rd, in primetime, on NFL Network,” Schefter reported.

Allegiant Stadium is the home of the Las Vegas Raiders and the upcoming Las Vegas Bowl that has partnered with the SEC.

Last year, the 96th edition of the Shire Bowl was held in St. Petersburg, Florida. The Shrine Bowl has been played dating back to 1925 and is the longest-running college all-star football game in the nation.