Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl - University of Pittsburgh player quotes
By Laura Zamora, www.armedforcesbowl.com
Sophomore RB James Conner
On Houston’s defense:
We’ve seen them and know they’ll try to take the ball away, and we’re just hoping to play our game. We know it will be a fun game.
Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl - University of Houston player quotes
By Ryan Haddow, www.armedforcesbowl.com
#35 Kenneth Farrow, Running Back
Finally getting into the bowl experience
-“It’s been exciting, being able to get here and finally get rolling. Trying to get focused on the game, it’s been a long break so we’re ready to get out there and play another game.”
Here is the transcript from today's (December 30) media conference at the Omni Fort Worth featuring bowl executive director Brant Ringler, and coaches David Gibbs (Houston) and Joe Rudolph (Pittsburgh).
All lots surrounding Amon G. Carter Stadium have been sold out. Free Parking is available east of University Drive on surface lots and on the street where available.
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Young reporters called "aviators" attended Monday's opening event on Sundance Square in the midst of downtown Fort Worth. Here are their reports from the proceedings.
By Breanna LaMarca, www.armedforcesbowl.com
By Drew Harris, www.ArmedForcesBowl.com
Browse the NCAA record book and one school you are sure to see listed when it comes to offense is the University of Houston.
“Obviously, when you think of Houston, you think about the passing game and throwing the ball all over the field,” Houston linebackers coach Vernon Hargreaves said.
By Art Garcia, www.armedforcesbowl.com
Considering the company Pittsburgh running back James Conner keeps in the Atlantic Coast Conference, taking home two of the league's most prestigious awards is more than noteworthy.
Historic paints a more appropriate narrative.
Pictured left to right are Lockheed Martin Aeronautics President Orlando Carvalho; Houston linebackers coach Vernon Hargreaves, bowl executive director Brant Ringler, Pitt coach Paul Chryst and Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control President Rick Edwards.
By Troy Phillips, www.armedforcesbowl.com