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 Covering the Bowl Game.

 For media wishing to cover the 2018 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, the credential application will be available here in November.

 The official media hotel for this year is the Courtyard Marriott Blackstone Hotel in Fort Worth, located at 601 Main Street. 

 

Congresswoman Kay Granger Named Recipient of 2017 Great American Patriot Award presented by Armed Forces Insurance

 

Congresswoman GrangerFORT WORTH, Texas – U.S. Congresswoman Kay Granger will be awarded the 2017 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Great American Patriot Award. Presented by Armed Forces Insurance, the Great American Patriot Award honors a candidate in recognition of their exemplary service to the United States.

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Notes: Week 10

CLASH OF THE TITANS

Florida Atlantic will host Marshall in the Conference USA “game of the weekend” on Friday. Florida Atlantic is the lone unbeaten in league play (4-0), while Marshall sits 3-1. At 6-2 overall, Marshall is the first bowl-eligible team in C-USA. However, seven teams are just one win away (Florida Atlantic, FIU, North Texas, Southern Miss, UAB, UTSA and WKU), and all are in action this weekend.

 

NOT BEGINNER’S LUCK

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Notes: Week 9

THE FIRST ONE IN

Army West Point (6-2) picked up a dramatic 31-28 overtime win against Temple in come-from-behind fashion Saturday. Down seven with 1:31 left in regulation, backup quarterback Kelvin Hopkins Jr. came off the bench to pass for 67 yards and the game-tying score with :01 on the clock. Darnell Woolfolk had a career-best 132 yards and three rushing scores. Immediately after the game, Army became the first team to accept a bowl bid in 2017.

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Notes: Week 8

TIC-TAC-TOE THREE IN A ROW

Army (5-2) won its third straight game on Saturday, holding off Eastern Michigan, 28-27. The Black Knights thwarted the Eagles’ two-point conversion attempt in the final minute to earn the one-point victory. Quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw rushed for 171 yards and a touchdown to lead Army’s triple-option attack that racked up all 413 of its total yards on the ground.

 

MAKING A POINT

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