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PRIMESPORT, ESPN Events Renew Sponsorship to Provide Official Ticket Exchange and Gameday Experiences for College Basketball Tournaments and Football Bowl Games

FORT WORTH, Texas (Oct. 19, 2018) – PRIMESPORT, a leader in providing direct access to some of the biggest events in sports and entertainment, today announced a renewed and expanded partnership with ESPN Events as the Official Gameday Experience Provider.  PRIMESPORT will offer fans the chance to buy and sell tickets through an Official Ticket Exchange service for numerous ESPN Events such as college basketball pre-season tournaments and college football games. PRIMESPORT is a division of On Location Experiences, a premium experiential hospitality business.

Commander-In-Chief's presentation includes Armed Forces Bowl talk

The Army West Point Black Knights, the 2017 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl champions, received the Commander-in-Chief’s trophy today during a Rose Garden ceremony from President Trump, who said, “Team had an amazing season, capping it off with a come from behind victory at the Armed Forces Bowl. A game I watched. And that was a very exciting game, that was old-fashioned football!”

2018 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Slated for Dec. 22

FORT WORTH, Texas – For the second straight year, the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl will be on a Saturday afternoon, officials announced today. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m. CT (3:30 p.m. ET) on Dec. 22, and the matchup will be on ESPN.

The 16th edition of the postseason bowl game will be contested at TCU’s Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas. Pending bowl eligibility, the game is slated to feature schools from the American Athletic Conference and Big 12 Conference.

Army does what it does best in record-setting performance

By Jeff Wilson

FORT WORTH -- Everyone knows that Army doesn't throw the ball much.

San Diego State's Rocky Long, who has the reputation of a defensive-minded coach, knew it and all the potential perils of facing a ground-based offense.

Long drives. Worn-out defenses. Frustrated players.

It all played out Saturday afternoon at Amon G. Carter Stadium, where the Black Knights pounded away with their top-ranked rushing attack and did just enough with it to come back for a 42-35 victory in the 15th annual Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl.

Army attack overcomes Penny show in 42-35 thriller

By Jeff Wilson

FORT WORTH -- San Diego State running back Rashaad Penny couldn't be stopped Saturday afternoon in the 15th annual Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, but neither could the Army rushing attack.

Ultimately, a group of 10 Black Knights rushers outdid the Aztecs' one-man wrecking ball, as Darnell Woolfolk plunged in from 1 yard out late in the fourth quarter and Kell Walker easily scampered home for the winning two-point conversion in a 42-35 victory.

LMAFB: Postgame Notes

15th Annual Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl

San Diego State vs. Army

Saturday, Dec. 23, 2017

Postgame Notes

**Army wins the LMAFB for the second time, 36-35.  The victory gave the Black Knights 10 wins in a season for just the second time in program history (1996).

**The 2017 LMAFB Champion Starr MVP is Army QB Ahmad Bradshaw (32 attempts, 180 rushing yards, two touchdowns).

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