BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL - 2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS

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·   2010 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl................................1                            ·   2010 CUSA vs. MWC Games.....................................................8
·   BHAFB’s 2010 Home - Gerald J. Ford Stadium, Dallas ........1                                       ·   C-USA Texas Bowl Records......................................................8
·   Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Tickets...........................2                              ·   MWC Texas Bowl Records ........................................................8
·   2010 BHAFB Media Credentials, Pickup .................................2                            ·   2010 C-USA COACHES ..............................................................9
·   2010 BHAFB Media Headquarters, Lodging...........................2                                 ·   2010 MWC COACHES.................................................................9
·   2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl................................2                            ·   C-USA vs. MWC...........................................................................9
·   Bell Helicopter..............................................................................2     ·   MWC vs. CUSA ............................................................................9
·   Bell Helicopter-Textron ..............................................................2            ·   Army Coach Rich Ellerson, Army vs. C-USA, MWC..............9
·   BHAFB Directory.........................................................................3          ·   Conference USA & Mountain West Overview ......................10
·   BHAFB Results, MVPs ...............................................................3               ·   Conference USA & 2010 Standings .......................................11
·   BHAFB Coaches, Ratings..........................................................3                  ·   Conference USA Web Sites, Renewal ...................................11
·   Not the First..................................................................................3   ·   Conference USA Results & Schedules, Bowl Records ......12
·   ESPN Regional Television .........................................................4                ·   Conference USA Media Information ......................................13
·   BHAFB & Amon G. Carter Stadium..........................................4                          ·   Mountain West Conference & 2010 Standings ....................14
·   BHAFB Kickoff Luncheon..........................................................4                  ·   MWC Web Sites, Renewal........................................................14
·   Great American Patriot Award ..................................................4                   ·   MWC Results & Schedules, Bowl Records ..........................15
·   2009 ESPN Television.................................................................4             ·   Mountain West Conference Media Information ...................16
·   2009 ESPN Radio ........................................................................4          ·   Gerald J. Ford Stadium, Records ...........................................17
·   Armed Forces Network, Sirius..................................................4                    ·   All-Time Bowl Records by Conference .................................17
·   Football Bowl Association.........................................................4                ·   Conference Standings, Bowl Affiliations ..............................18
·   BHAFB Weather ..........................................................................5          ·   2010-2011 Bowl Schedule........................................................20
·   Charting The 2009 BHAFB, Post-Season Play................. 5                                       ·   ESPN Bowl Challenge Cup......................................................20
·   BHAFB Staff .................................................................................6     ·   2009-2010 Bowl Results...........................................................21
·   BHAFB Executive Council Board.............................................7                        ·   Current Bowl Games in Texas ................................................22
·   United States Military & Naval Academies..............................7                            ·   College Football Awards..........................................................23
·   CUSA vs. MWC Bowl Games ....................................................8

BHAFB Media Operations ...........................................Tim Simmons (bfishinc@aol.com, 303/678-8484 or 720/244-6580)
MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE MEDIA RELATIONS......... Javan Hedlund (jhedlund@themwc.com, 719/488-4051)
CONFERENCE USA MEDIA RELATIONS............................... Russ Anderson (rdanderson@c-usa.org, 214/774-1300)
2010 BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL - A school from Conference USA is scheduled to compete in the
2010 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl for the seventh year against an institution from Mountain West Conference.
Kickoff will be at 11 a.m. (CST) on Thursday, December 30 at Gerald J. Ford Stadium in Dallas. A C-USA school played in
the first four Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl games before missing the 2007 game when Cal from the Pacific-10
Conference filled the spot. The Mountain West Conference has been represented the past four years, including three-
straight appearances by the United States Air Force Academy. The 2006, 2008 and 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces
Bowl featured C-USA and the Mountain West. The MWC won the 2006 meeting as Utah defeated Tulsa 25-13 while
Houston evened the mark for CUSA with a 34-28 win in 2008 over Air Force. The Falcons rebounded in 2009 by posting a
47-20 win over Houston before a record crowd of 41,414 at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas.
GERALD J. FORD STADIUM -The 2010 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl will be played at the 32,000-seat
Gerald J. Ford Stadium on the campus of Southern Methodist University in Dallas. After playing the first seven Bell
Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl games in Fort Worth, it was announced at the end of July to move the game to
Dallas due to the planned renovations to Amon G. Carter Stadium on the campus of Texas Christian University.
The change in venue is scheduled for one year as the renovation of Amon G. Carter stadium is set to take place
immediately following the Horned Frogs’ regular-season schedule in 2010. While the game itself will change
locations for the year, bowl week activities and team hotels for the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl will remain
in Fort Worth. TCU expects to play its 2011 regular season at the renovated Amon G. Carter with the Bell
Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl scheduled to return to Fort Worth for the 2011 postseason.
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BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL TICKETS - Tickets for the 2010 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl
can be obtained by visiting the bowl’s official Web site: http://www.armedforcesbowl.com/. From October 11-
November 14, the ticket price for the 2010 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl is $50 with the price increasing to
$60 on November 15. Tickets for the Stadium Club are $135 per seat starting October 11 until game day. Military
veterans receive discounted tickets a $60, and active-duty personnel are admitted free of charge via the Bell
Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl corporate military ticket underwriting program. A portion of local ticket sales will go
to designated military charities.
BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL MEDIA CREDENTIALS - All media attending the 2010 Bell
Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl must apply for media and photo credentials through the following web site.
Credential request will be processed at www.SportsSystems.com/BHAFB starting November 1. Tim Simmons,
Media Operations Manager (303/678-8484) will forward a confirmation if the request is approved.
BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL MEDIA CREDENTIALS PICKUP - Media/Photo credentials will not
be mailed in advance, but will be available for pick-up at the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Media Center
located at the Marriott Courtyard-Blackstone beginning Monday, December 27. Working media members who have
not picked up their credentials by 5 p.m., Wednesday, December 29, may do so at the Gerald J. Ford Stadium
Media Will Call Window located at the north end of the facility. The Media Will Call Window will be open from 9 a.m.
through half-time.
                   BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL MEDIA HEADQUARTERS - The Marriott
                   Courtyard-Blackstone (601 Main St., Fort Worth, TX 76102) is the official media hotel of the Bell
                   Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. Please telephone 817/885-8700 for reservations. The Marriott
                   Courtyard-Blackstone Media Headquarters will be staffed starting December 27.

2009 BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL - The “third time was the charm” for
the United States Air Force Academy as the Falcons scored a 47-20 win over the
University of Houston in the 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. The Air Force
had dropped its previous two Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl appearances,
including a 34-28 decision to Houston in the 2008 game at Amon G. Carter Stadium. The
Falcons lost their first bowl game in Fort Worth as Cal posted a 42-36 win over Air Force in
2007. Houston is 1-2 in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl after losing 42-13 to
Kansas in the 2005 game. The 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl featured the
top passing team in the country against the school with the nation’s best defense against
the pass as the 2009 New Year’s Eve game was a bowl rematch for only the seventh-time
in the history of collegiate football bowl competition. The “pass first” Cougars of Houston
met the “pass defense first” Falcons of Air Force. The December 31 kicked off at 11 a.m.
(CST) game at Amon G. Carter Stadium and was aired live by ESPN on both television
and radio. Previous bowl games with back-to-back match-ups were the Cotton (1970-1971, Notre Dame and
Texas; 1993-1994, Notre Dame and Texas A&M), Rose (1973-1974-1995, USC and Ohio State), Orange (1990-
1991, Notre Dame and Colorado; 1993-1994, Florida State and Nebraska) and the Outback (2001-2002, South
Carolina and Ohio State). Three of the previous six match-ups featured splits with Notre Dame (Texas A&M),
Florida State and South Carolina completing two-game sweeps.

BELL HELICOPTER - A Textron Inc. Company, Bell Helicopter agreed August 23, 2006 to title sponsor the post-season
college football game formerly known as both the PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl (2003 and 2004) and the Fort Worth Bowl
(2005), which is now the Armed Forces Bowl. With those changes, the official name is the Bell Helicopter Armed
Forces Bowl. Bell Helicopter announced the renewal of its option to sponsor the 2008 and 2009 games at a 2007 Team
Announcement party (December 7, 2007). On September 9, 2009, President and CEO John Garrison announced a new
agreement for Bell Helicopter to continue as the Armed Forces Bowl title sponsor through the 2011 game with a
set option for two additional years for the 2012 and 2013 contests.

BELL HELICOPTER-TEXTRON is an American manufacturer of helicopters and tiltrotor aircraft, both military and
commercial, headquartered in Fort Worth. Bell Helicopter provides the United States armed forces with the world’s
best vertical lift aircraft, including the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor, the OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopter and the AH-1Z
Viper and UH-1Y Venom helicopters. A sister company, Textron Systems, produces the new M1117 Armored
Security Vehicle, which is designed for speed and for deflecting rocket-propelled grenades and land mines.



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                                      Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Directory
Conference....................... Conference USA vs. Mountain West Conference
2010 Date, Kickoff, Site............. Thursday, December 30, 2010, Dallas, Texas
Television .....................................................................................................ESPN
Stadium (Capacity, surface).............. Gerald J. Ford Stadium (32,000, A Turf)
Executive Director....................... Brant B. Ringler (brant.b.ringler@espn.com)
Supervisor, Events.............................Anne Rector (anne.c.rector@espn.com)
Supervisor, Marketing .............. Hope Lockett (elizabeth.h.lockett@espn.com)
Ticket Manager.............................Trisha Branch (trisha.m.branch@espn.com)
Media Operations ................ Tim Simmons (303/678-8484, bfishinc@aol.com)
Address......................................................................... Suite 270, 505 Main St.
City, State.......................................................................... Fort Worth, TX 76102
Telephone .................................................................................... 817/810-0012
FAX Telephone............................................................................ 817/810-0252
Web site .................................................................. www.ArmedForcesBowl.com

                                        BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL RESULTS
Year                                                 Result           Attendance......Overall TV Rating (game/replay)
December 31, 2009                          Air Force 47, Houston 20     41,414........................................................ 2.00
December 31, 2008                          Houston 34, Air Force 28     41,127........................................................ 2.00
December 31, 2007                             Cal 42, Air Force 36      40,905........................................................ 2.10
December 23, 2006                              Utah 25, Tulsa 13        32,412........................................................ 2.38
December 23, 2005                           Kansas 42, Houston 13       33,505........................................................ 2.65
December 23, 2004                          Cincinnati 32, Marshall 14   27,902........................................................ 2.15
December 23, 2003                           Boise State 34, TCU 31      38,028........................................................ 2.97
Year                                             Result                                   Attendance ............................ Overall TV Rating (game/replay)
Seven Games                         10 different schools, 58.7 PPG                      255,293, 36,470........................................................................ 2.32
Score by Quarters              1st                2nd              Half                           3rd                       4th ..................................Final Score
Total                          14.3               17.9             32.1                           13.0                     13.6.............................................. 58.7

                 BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS
Champions .....................................................................Year .................................................................... Runner-ups
RB Asher Clark, Air Force ............................................2009 ..........................................WR Tyron Carrier, Houston
RB Bryce Beall, Houston ..............................................2008 .............................................. RB Jared Tew, Air Force
QB Kevin Riley, Cal .......................................................2007 ....................................... QB Shaun Carney, Air Force
P/PK Louis Sakoda, Utah..............................................2006 ....................................................QB Paul Smith, Tulsa
QB Jason Swanson, Kansas ........................................2005 .............................................. QB Kevin Kolb, Houston
QB Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati.......................................2004 ............................................. WR Josh Davis, Marshall
QB Ryan Dinwiddie, Boise State .................................2003 ............................................QB Brandon Hassell, TCU

                                  BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL COACHES
Champions .....................................................................Year .................................................................... Runner-ups
Troy Calhoun, Air Force ..................................................2009 ....................................................Kevin Sumlin, Houston
Kevin Sumlin, Houston ....................................................2008 ..................................................Troy Calhoun, Air Force
Jeff Tedford, Cal ..............................................................2007 ..................................................Troy Calhoun, Air Force
Kyle Whittingham, Utah ...................................................2006 ................................................. Steve Kragthorpe, Tulsa
Mark Mangino, Kansas....................................................2005 .......................................................... Art Briles, Houston
Mark Dantonio, Cincinnati ...............................................2004 ....................................................... Bob Pruett, Marshall
Dan Hawkins, Boise State...............................................2003 ...................................................... Gary Patterson, TCU

NOT THE FIRST - The 2003 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl was not the first post-season collegiate football game
played in the city. The “Fort Worth Classic” was staged on New Year's Day 1921 when the promoters staged a game
between TCU and the Centre College Praying Colonels, an upstart Kentucky team led by players from Fort Worth.
Centre won the game 63-7. It would be another 16 years before Dallas would host the first Cotton Bowl. Fort Worth also
hosted a 1940s small-college bowl game, the Cattle Bowl, on New Year's Day at LaGrave Field.


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ESPN Regional Television/Event Ownership - The nation’s largest syndicator of collegiate sports programming, ESPN
Regional Television (ERT) annually produces more than 1,000 telecasts of sporting events. Programming includes football,
basketball, NCAA events, golf and NHRA events accounting for more than 2,200 live and/or original hours of programming. In
addition to event ownership, ERT is the production headquarters for ESPNU, the 24-hour college sports network; syndication
rights-holder and producer of national, regional and local shows for college conferences (e.g. - SEC, BIG EAST, Big 12, Mid-
American, WAC). ESPN Regional Television markets and/or owns several sporting events, including collegiate football events:
the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg; Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl (Fort Worth, Texas); MAACO Bowl Las Vegas;
New Mexico Bowl (Albuquerque); Papajohns.com Bowl (Birmingham, Ala.); Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl (Honolulu); Texas Bowl
(Houston); the MEAC/SWAC Challenge presented by Disney (Orlando, Fla.); and The Home Depot ESPNU College Football
Awards; collegiate basketball events: the 76 Classic (Anaheim, Calif.); Cancun Governor’s Cup; Charleston Classic (S.C.);
SEC/BIG EAST Invitational; Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic (Honolulu); Old Spice Classic (Walt Disney World Resort
near Orlando, Fla.); Puerto Rico Tipoff (San Juan); All-College Basketball Classic (Oklahoma City) and BracketBusters; as well
as the new ESPNU Warrior Classic (Lacrosse) and the ESPN National Golf Challenge presented by Callaway. For more
information, visit ESPNPlus.com.
AMON G. CARTER STADIUM - The first seven Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl games were played at Amon G. Carter
Stadium in Fort Worth. Named for the Fort Worth publisher and philanthropist, Amon G. Carter Stadium featured a natural grass
surface (Tiff 419 Bermuda Grass) and was built in 1929. The facility seats 44,358 and is the home for the TCU Horned Frogs, the
2003 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl participant. The top Amon G. Carter Stadium single-game attendance figures included
41,414 for the 2009, 41,127 for the 2008 and 40,905 for the 2007 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl games.
BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL KICKOFF LUNCHEON - The 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl
presented by Armed Forces Insurances and the Omni Fort Worth Hotel featured Retired Sgt. First Class Dana Bowman.
Lt. Col. Greg Gadson, who lost both legs to a bomb in Iraq and has served as an inspiration for the XLII Super Bowl champions,
was the featured speaker at 2008 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Kickoff Luncheon. Coaching legends Spike Dykes
(2003) and Barry Switzer (2005) addressed the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Kickoff Luncheon attendees along with Dallas
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones in 2004. ESPN’s College GameDay’s Lee Corso was the 2006 keynote orator along with Lieutenant
General David Petraeus. Chad Hennings (Air Force), a 2006 College Football Hall of Fame inductee, headlined the 2007 event at
the Texas MotorSpeedway.
U. S. ARMED FORCES TO RECEIVE GREAT AMERICAN PATRIOT AWARD - The Executive
Committee of the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl presented the 2009 Great American Patriot
Award to the men and women of the U. S. Armed Forces. Admiral Michael G. ‘Mike’ Mullen, U.S.
Navy, the 17th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, accepted the award on behalf of the Armed
Forces. The award was presented by Armed Forces Insurance (www.afi.org), the sponsor of the award
and the Official Insurance Partner of the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl.
Great American Patriot Award recipients
2006 - Gordon England, the Deputy Secretary of Defense for the United States
2007 - Preston "Pete" Geren, the Secretary of the Army
2008 - Army General David Petraeus
2009 - The men and women of the United States Armed Services

ESPN TELEVISION COVERAGE - Dave LaMont, JC Pearson and Cara Capuano provided the play-by-play, commentary and
sideline reporting, respectively, for the 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. Chris Pfeiffer returned as the bowl game
producer after coordinating the 2007 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl game between Air Force and Cal. Preben Martin
was the director for the telecast.
2003 - Ron Franklin, Mike Gottfried, Adrian Karsten                        2007 - Dan Fouts, Tim Brant, Todd Harris
2004 - Sean McDonough, Craig James, Jimmy Dykes                            2008 - Terry Gannon, David Norrie
2005 - Gary Thorne, Ed Cunningham, Dr. Jerry Punch                         2009 - Dave LaMont, JC Pearson, Cara Capuano
2006 - Mike Patrick, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe

ESPN RADIO COVERAGE - For the fourth-straight season, ESPN Radio aired the 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl
with Rob Stone (play-by-play), Rob Smith (analyst) and Roxy Bernstein (sidelines) handling the broadcasts duties. John
Martin was the executive producer. Ted Gangi was the on-site producer. The 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl was
aired through the Armed Forces Network in over 170 countries around the world and military installations across the United States.
SIRIUS XM Radio also provided "live" play-by-play of for the 2009 game.
Westwood One Radio                                                         ESPN Radio
2003 - Chuck Cooperstein, Shea Walker (51 stations, 24 states)             2006 - Dave Barnett, Jim Donnan, Rob Simmelkjaer (211 stations, 44
2004 - Cooperstein, Walker (180 stations, 39 states, Mexico)               states)
2005 - Brian Estridge, Walker (182 stations, 42 states, Mexico)            2007 - Clay Matvick, Larry Coker, Sarah Kustok (225 stations, 45 states)
                                                                           2008 - Mike Gleason, John Congemi (230 stations, 47 states)
                                                                           2009 - Rob Stone, Rob Smith, Roxy Bernstein (230 stations, 47 states)

FOOTBALL BOWL ASSOCIATION - The Football Bowl Association (FBA) has unveiled its redesigned and expanded website -
footballbowlassociation.com. The expanded site now has more information than ever, including the complete 2010-2011 bowl
schedule and a dedicated page to each of the 35 member bowl games as well as pages dedicated to each NCAA Football Bowl
Subdivision Conference. In addition to facts and figures for each bowl game and conference, the site also features a media area,
providing access to credential applications and media materials. In partnership with collegepressbox.com, the FBA website's media
area links to collegepressbox.com, where expanded bowl information and current bowl logos are available for download.

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BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL - Weather, Opening Kickoff
Date Opponents          Temperature at Kickoff          Wind chill          Visibility Opening ............... KO Return
2009 Houston vs. Air Force     48 °F                      44 °F                   Cloudy.............Air Force, 20 yards
2008 Houston vs. Air Force     47 °F                      40 °F                    Clear ..............Air Force, 21 yards
2007 Cal vs. Air Force         50 °F                      44 °F                    Clear .................... Cal, touchback
2006 Utah vs. Tulsa            50 °F                      46 °F                  Overcast .............. Tulsa, touchback
2005 Kansas vs. Houston        67 °F                      67 °F                    Clear ..............Kansas, touchback
2004 Cincinnati vs. Marshall   28 °F                      15 °F                    Clear .................Marshall, 7 yards
2003 Boise State vs. TCU       48 °F                      47 °F                    Clear ..........Boise State, 31 yards
Average    Seven Games         48 °F                      43 °F                    Clear.... four returns, 19.9 yards

CHARTING THE 2009 BHAFB, POST-SEASON PLAY - The 20 days of 2009-2010 bowl competition featured 34
post-season college football games at 30 sites in two countries. The post-season was played in 14 states and the
District of Columbia with Texas tying California for the second-most games (five) behind Florida (six). Five Texas
cities (Arlington, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio) hosted post-season games to match Florida’s five
(Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, St. Petersburg and Tampa). California’s five games were held at three sites
(Pasadena, San Diego and San Francisco).

TOP EFFORTS - Air Force’s Jared Tew, Asher Clark and Jonathan Warzeka ranked among the post-season
leaders as the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl had 24 records during the 2009 game, including 11 team, four
two-team and nine individual. Another 11 records were tied, including five team, two two-team and four individual.
Air Force’s six pass interceptions against Houston was a post-season-best in 2009. Tew (173 yards) and Clark
(129) both rushed for over 100 yards against Houston as Alabama was the only other school to have two 100-yard
plus rushers (Mark Ingram with 116 yards and Trent Richardson with 109 yards).. Tew’s 71-yard touchdown run
was also the second-longest rushing play during the post-season while Warzeka’s 100-yard kickoff return for a
touchdown topped the list.

ATTENDANCE - The 34 postseason games for 2009‐2010 attracted 1,769,886 fans, just slightly behind (minus 708)
of the 2008‐2009 number of 1,770,594. The Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl ranked 22nd in attendance in
2009-2010 and was one of 20 games to show an attendance increase as compared to 2008-2009. The 41,414 fans
that attended Air Force’s 47-20 win over Houston was the bowl’s best crowd count in seven years. The previous
two Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl games in 2007 and 2008 attracted 40,905 and 41,127, respectively. The
seven Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowls have now attracted 255,293 fans for an average of 36,470.

SCORING - The 34 post-season games produced 1,735 points and 51.0 per game. Air Force’s 47 points set a Bell
Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl record as the Falcons’ output ranked second to Florida’s 51 points. The 67 total
points produced by Air Force (47) and Houston (20) at the 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl was the
second-highest scoring game of the seven bowl contests at Amon G. Carter since 2003. Cal’s 42-36 victory over Air
Force in the 2007 game produced the most Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl points (78). The average points
for a Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl game is 58.7. The average scoring margin for the seven games is 14.4
with three of the contests being decided by a touchdown or less.

TOTAL OFFENSE - The 34 post-season games produced 24,533 total yards, or 360.8 yards per school. The
average rushing and passing yards per school was 138.6 and 222.2 yards, respectively. The average first down per
team was 18.7. Florida had the most total yards (659, 177 rushing and 482 passing with Northwestern producing
the most passing yards (532) and first downs (33). Air Force led all 68 schools in rushing with a Bell Helicopter
Armed Forces Bowl record of 402 yards on 72 attempts with five touchdown runs. The Falcons’ 563 total yards
(161 passing on 14 attempts with 10 completions) was the fifth-best post-season total this year behind Florida (659),
Northwestern (625), Texas Tech (579) and Troy (572). The Air Force’s 27 first downs tied Bowling Green for the
seventh-best total this bowl season. By possessing the football 41 minutes, 3 seconds against Houston, the
Falcons ranked second in ball control behind Ohio State’s 41 minutes, 37 seconds in their 26-17 Rose Bowl win
over Oregon. The seven Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl games have now produced an average 786.1 total
yards of offensive for both schools, including 354.6 yards rushing and 431.6 yards passing with 42.1 first downs.
For the 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, Air Force and Houston combined for 894 yards, including 511
rushing and 383 passing with 45 first downs. Houston had 331 total yards with 109 yards rushing, 222 yards
passing and 18 first downs. With Air Force appearing in the last three Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl games,
the Falcons have now averaged 37.0 points, 24.0 first downs, 319.0 yards rushing, 127.7 yards passing and 446.7
total yards per contest.
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                                    BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL STAFF

Brant B. Ringler, Executive Director - A veteran sports marketer, Ringler was named July 23, 2009, as the
Executive Director for the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl replacing Tom Starr, who resigned in June to enter
private business. Ringler, who joined the staff in November 2004 as the Manager of Sales and Marketing, set records
for soliciting the number of corporate partners involved with the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, and was key to
securing the Bell Helicopter title sponsorship of the game. Featured in the Fort Worth Business Press’ “40 under
40,” which spotlights 40 of the area’s best and brightest under the age of 40, Ringler joined the Fort Worth-based bowl
after four seasons as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Fort Worth Cats professional baseball team.
That team was named the 2002 and 2003 Central Baseball League’s Organization of the Year. A 1993 graduate of
the University of Texas at Arlington with a B.A. Degree in Communications, Ringler started his sports marketing
career with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes as Sales Manager (1994-1998). Following that position, he worked as a
corporate sales executive with Envision of California, where he was involved in the partnership between Fox and the Anshutz Group, with
his major responsibility being a sales and marketing representative for the Los Angeles Dodgers. A native of Fort Worth, Ringler is married to the
former Miquelle Penney.

Anne Rector, Supervisor, Events - Rector joined the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl staff in May of 2008. After
received graduating from Texas Tech University in 2001 with an advertising degree, Rector earned her MBA for the
University of Dallas in 2007 with an emphasis in Sports and Entertainment Management. While in graduate school,
she served an internship with the Dallas Stars Hockey Club and did project work for both the Bell Helicopter Armed
Forces Bowl and ESPN Radio. Rector joined the bowl staff after a seven-year tenure with The Wall Street Journal,
where she was a top Sr. Advertising Account Supervisor. Among other activities, Rector was a Raider Recruiter for
the athletic department at Texas Tech, helping to recruit prospective student-athletes as well as fundraising for both
the Mike Leach Open Golf Tournament and the Spike Dikes Open Golf Tournament. In addition, she was a member
of the “Goin’ Band from Raiderland”. She is a member of the Sigma Iota Epsilon Honor Fraternity and has served as
a mentor for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Dallas. A former recipient of the Girl Scout Gold Award, the Lubbock natives now lives in north
Fort Worth with her husband, Jerad.

Hope Lockett, Supervisor, Marketing - Lockett was named to the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl stop in
September of 2009. Her primary role will be to work directly with corporate sponsors and marketing partners on a
daily basis for the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. Prior to joining the bowl staff, Lockett served 16 months as
the associate director for the Fort Worth-based Davey O’Brien Foundation where she managed ticket sales and
sponsorship renewals for the annual awards dinner. She also managed the high school scholarship applications and
selection process for the Davey O’Brien Foundation while overseeing the Hall of Fame and Web site appearance. A
native of Austin, Texas, Lockett is a 2008 graduate of Texas Christian University with a bachelor of business
administration degree in marketing. A member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority, Lockett was a TCU Dean’s
Scholarship recipient and was on the Dean’s List.

Trisha Branch, Ticket Manager - Branch became the first-ever Ticket Manager of the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces
Bowl when she assumed those duties on September 1, 2003. In her role of overseeing all aspects of the bowl’s ticket
operation, she is responsible for all sales to the public; team allotment tickets for the two universities selected to play
in the game; tickets involving promotional campaigns; will call tickets; and handling the seating for all military personnel.
In addition to her ticket duties, she assists other staff members on projects ranging from marketing to promotions and
is also in charge of running the offices and handling all clerical matters. Prior to joining the bowl, Branch worked at the
Makens Real Estate Company. She worked in sales and was associated with the commercial real estate field for four
years. Before that, she was a full-time “mom” for 15 years before returning to the work force. Trisha, who attended
Eastern Hills High School and the University of Texas at Arlington, has three daughters, Katy, Macy, and Lesley.

Tim Simmons, Media Operations Director - Simmons has coordinated the media operations for the Bell Helicopter
Armed Forces Bowl since April, 2003. An independent event service consultant specializing in the distribution of
media information at sporting and special events, Simmons worked 11 years in sports marketing at the Coors Brewing
Company. Involved with the distribution of information for Beach Volleyball at the past three Summer Olympic Games
in Atlanta, Sydney and Athens, Simmons is currently a Press Delegate for the international Volleyball Federation for
the SWATCH-FIVB World Tour. During a 16-year span starting in the late 1960’s, Simmons served as athletic
publicist at the University of Colorado; the Big Sky Conference; the Denver Nuggets; Colorado State University; and
the University of Iowa. A classmate of Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Executive Director Tom Starr, Simmons
earned a Master’s Degree from the University of Iowa in 1971. Previously, he had received a Bachelor’s Degree from
Colorado State University at Pueblo. Tim is married to the former Lynn Schoen, and they reside in Longmont, Colorado.
Adam Powers - Part of the ESPN “We Employ Work Experience”, Powers joined the Bell Helicopter Armed
Forces Bowl staff in August 2008 to assist the bowl staff with event planning, marketing and ticket sales. A senior at
TCU, Powers is majoring in Communication Studies with a minor in Business. Nicknamed “Austin”, Powers is a
member of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity and is active in charitable activities for his Chapter. Powers was a
founding member of the TCU Rangers, a group of campus leaders formed by the TCU Athletic department to foster
enthusiasm and loyalty for the football program. He was also a member of the TCU football team during the 2006
season when the Horned Frogs earned a berth in the Poinsettia Bowl. A three-year letter winner as a defensive
tackle, Powers played on the National and Texas State Champion Carroll Dragons in Southlake. He received both All-District and All-
Region honors and was awarded the prestigious Stalcup Award for team leadership and sportsmanship.
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                                      Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Executive Council
     Mr. Larry Auth, Omni Fort Worth Hotel                                                        Ms. Joanne Ingle, DFW Movers & Erectors, Inc.
     Mr. Ross Bailey, TCU Athletic Department                                                     Mr. Devoyd Jennings, Fort Worth Metropolitan Black
     Mr. Michael Barber, Capital One Bank                                                          Chamber of Commerce
     Mr. Lance Barrow, CBS                                                                        Mr. G. Malcolm Louden, Walsh Holdings
     Mr. Bob Bolen, TCU                                                                           Mr. Scott Murray, Murray Media
     Mr. Kim Brimer, former Texas State Senator                                                   Mr. Rosa Navejar, Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of
     Mr. Johnny Campbell, Sundance Square Management                                               Commerce
     Mr. Brian Conway, Ben Hogan Sports Therapy Institute                                         Mr. Ken Nicholson, Clean Energy Fuels
     Mr. Jim Darwin, Texas Veterans Land Board                                                    Ms. Susan Nix, Warren Douglas Creative Brand Marketing
     Mr. Bart Davis, Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control                                    Mr. Clint Overby, Senior Director of Events, ESPN Regional
                                                                                                    Television
     Mr. Pete Derzis, General Manager, ESPN Regional
      Television                                                                                   Mr. Alex Powers, Prestonwood Partners
     Col. Tom Dials, Armed Forces Insurance                                                       Mr. John Pritchett, Ben E. Keith Beers
     Mr. David DuBois, Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau                                    Ms. Lisa Rettew, Luther King Capital Management
     Mr. Brian Estridge, TCU/ISP Sports Network                                                   Mr. John Roach, Roach Enterprises
     Mr. Joseph Faust, BNSF Railway                                                               Mr. P.D. Shabay, Bell Helicopter
     Mr. Mike Flynn, Southland Property Tax Consultants                                           Mr. Jake Smith, Clear Channel Outdoor
     Mr. Paul Galvan, Retired Athletic Director, Forth Worth                                      Captain t. D. Smyers, NAS Fort Worth JRB
      Independent School District                                                                  Mr. Gary Terry, The Terry Group
     Mr. Jim Gross, Northrop Grumman                                                              Mr. Bill Thornton, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce
     Mr. Craig Harbuck, Higginbotham & Associates                                                 Mr. Bryan Warren, Bell Helicopter
     Mr. Dennis Holland, First Command Financial Services                                         Mr. Andrew Yanez, Concussion, LLP
     Mr. T.A. "Kip" Hyde, Teletouch/Hawk Electronics
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY - The Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl
reached an agreement with the United States Military Academy (www.goarmysports.com)
in April to provide the Black Knights a chance to play in the 2010 post-season bowl
game. Army, which has a 2-2 record in post-season bowl games with appearances in the
1984 Cherry Bowl (defeated Michigan State 10-6), 1985 Peach Bowl (defeated Illinois 31-
29), 1988 Sun Bowl (lost to Alabama 29-28) and 1996 Independence Bowl (lost to
Auburn 32-29) games, will have an opportunity to earn a berth in the 2010 Bell
Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl if Conference USA (C-USA) or the Mountain West
Conference (MWC) have an opening amongst its lineup of contractual bowl agreements
at the end of the 2010 regular season, Army would then have the opportunity to compete
in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, if bowl eligible. Rich Ellerson is in the midst
of his second season as the Army head coach with a 9-9 record. Ellerson has previously coached at Southern Utah
(1996, 4-7 record) and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (2001-2008, 56-34).Here is Army’s 2010 schedule (times Central).
S4        at Eastern Michigan ............................................ W 31-27            O16       Rutgers at East Rutherford (New Meadowlands), 1 p.m.
S11       Hawai'i.................................................................. L 28-31   O30       VMI, 1 p.m.
S18       North Texas .......................................................... W 24-0       N6        Air Force, 1 p.m.
S25       at Duke................................................................ W 35-21     N13       at Kent State, 1 p.m.
O2        Temple ................................................................. L 35-42    N20       Notre Dame at New York (Yankee Stadium), 6 p.m.
O9        at Tulane ............................................................. W 41-23     D11       Navy at Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial), 1:30 p.m.
NAVY 2013 - It was announced April 29, 2009, that the United States Naval Academy will be sailing into the
Metroplex in 2013 as the Midshipmen have signed an agreement to compete in that year's edition of the Bell
Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl.


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PAST CONFERENCE USA vs. MOUNTAIN WEST BOWL GAMES - Schools from the Conference USA and
Mountain West have met 13 times in post-season bowl games. C-USA schools lead 7-6.
Date                              Bowl .................................................................................................................... Result
1. December 31, 1965              Sun ............................................................................................. UTEP def. TCU 13-12
2. December 19, 1980              Holiday.......................................................................................... BYU def. SMU 46-45
3. December 30, 1991              Freedom ................................................................... Tulsa def. San Diego State 28-17
4. December 31, 1998              Liberty ........................................................................................ Tulane def. BYU 41-27
5. December 22, 1999              Mobile ............................................................................. TCU def. East Carolina 28-14
6. December 27, 1999              Motor City ..................................................................................Marshall def. BYU 21-3
7. December 31, 1999              Liberty .......................................................... Southern Miss def. Colorado State. 23-17
8. December 20, 2000              Mobile ............................................................................Southern Miss def. TCU 28-21
9. December 31, 2003              Liberty ..............................................................................Utah def. Southern Miss 17-0
10. December 23, 2006             Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl........................................ Utah def. Tulsa 25-13
11. December 28, 2007             Texas .......................................................................................TCU def. Houston 20-13
12. December 31, 2008             Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl............................ Houston def. Air Force 34-28
13. December 31, 2009             Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl............................ Air Force def. Houston 47-20
2010 CONFERENCE USA vs. MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE - The two conferences will meet twice during the 2010
regular season with TCU winning 41-14 at SMU September 24 and UTEP winning 38-20 at New Mexico October 2.
Army, which defeated Tulane 41-23 at New Orleans October 9, will host Air Force November 6.
2009                                                                          2007
·   September 12, BYU 54, at Tulane 3                                         ·   September 1, at UTEP 10, New Mexico 6
·   September 12, Tulsa 44, at New Mexico 10                                  ·   September 15, at Tulsa 57, BYU 47
·   October 3, at TCU 39, SMU 14                                              ·   September 22, at Houston 38, Colorado State 27
·   December 31, Air Force 47, Houston 20 at Fort Worth                       ·   September 22, at TCU 21, SMU 7
2008                                                                          ·   December 28, TCU 20, Houston 13 at Texas Bowl
·   September 13 at Dallas, Air Force 31, Houston 28                          2006
·   September 20, at Colorado State 28, Houston 25                            ·   August 31, UTEP 34, at San Diego State 27
·   September 20, at Tulsa 56, New Mexico 14                                  ·   September 9, at BYU 49, Tulsa 24
·   September 20, TCU 48, at SMU 7                                            ·   September 23, at New Mexico 26, UTEP 13
·   December 31, Houston 34, Air Force 28 at Fort Worth                       ·   December 23, Utah 25, Tulsa 13 at Fort Worth

                                                   C-USA Texas Bowl Records
Conference USA                 W-L-T         First Bowl Game......................................................................... Last Bowl Game
  East Carolina               1-0-0         2000 ....................................... 2000 galleryfurniture.com vs. Texas Tech, W 40-27
  Houston                     5-7-1         1969 ................ 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl vs. Air Force, L 20-47
  Marshall                    0-1-0         2004 ........................... 2004 PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl vs. Cincinnati, L 14-32
  Memphis                     0-0-0         ......................................................................................................................... none
  Rice                        4-2-0         1938 ................................................... 2008 Texas vs. Western Michigan, W 38-14
  SMU                         4-3-1         1925 ........................................................................ 1983 Sun vs. Alabama, L 7-28
  Southern Miss               0-3-0         1953 ....................................................2002 Houston vs. Oklahoma State, L 23-33
  Tulane                      0-1-0         1973 ............................................................. 1973 Bluebonnet vs. Houston, L 7-47
  Tulsa                       2-3-0         1942 ............................2006 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl vs. Utah, L 13-25
  UAB                         0-0-0         ......................................................................................................................... none
  UCF                         0-0-0         ......................................................................................................................... none
  UTEP                        5-4-0         1937 ............................................................... 2004 Houston vs. Colorado, L 28-33
Totals                        21-24-2        1921 ....................................................2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl
                                                    MWC Texas Bowl Records
Mountain West                  W-L-T         First Bowl Game......................................................................... Last Bowl Game
  Air Force                   2-2-1         1959 ................ 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl vs. Houston, W 47-20
  BYU                          1-0-0        1997 ..........................................................1997 Cotton vs. Kansas State, W 19-15
  Colorado State              0-0-0         .........................................................................................................................None
  New Mexico                  1-2-0         1939 ........................................................................1946 Sun vs. Denver, W 34-24
  San Diego State             0-0-0         .........................................................................................................................None
  TCU                         5-10-1        1921 .................................................................. 2007 Texas vs. Houston, W 20-13
  UNLV                         0-0-0        .........................................................................................................................None
  Utah                         2-0-0        1939 ..................................2006 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces vs. Tulsa, W 25-13
  Wyoming                      3-0-0        1956 ...............................................................1996 Sun vs. Florida State, W 28-20
Totals                        14-14-2        1921 ....................................................2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl
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                                                          2010 C-USA COACHES
C-USA                   Head Coach................... Season at C-USA School, record .................. Overall college season, record
·  East Carolina        Ruffin McNeill ............................................................First, 3-2 ................... First, 4-2 (Texas Tech bowl win)
·  Houston              Kevin Sumlin....................................................... Third, 21-11 ...................................................Third, 21-11
·  Marshall          John “Doc” Holliday........................................................First, 1-4 ........................................................ First, 1-4
·  Memphis               Larry Porter..............................................................First, 1-5 ........................................................ First, 1-5
·  Rice                  David Bailiff....................................................... Fourth,16-27 ..............................................Seventh, 37-42
·  SMU                   June Jones ........................................................ Third, 13-18 .................................................... 12th, 88-59
·  Southern Miss        Larry Fedora....................................................... Third, 18-14 ...................................................Third, 18-14
·  Tulane                Bob Toledo ...................................................... Fourth, 11-30 .................................................... 17th, 89-98
·  Tulsa                Todd Graham .................................................... Fourth, 29-17 .................................................... Fifth, 36-23
·  UAB                  Neil Callaway .................................................... Fourth, 12-29 .................................................Fourth, 12-29
·  UCF                 George O'Leary ............................................... Seventh, 37-43 .................................................... 14th, 89-76
·  UTEP                   Mike Price.................................................... Seventh, 39-39 ................................................ 29th, 168-161

                                                           2010 MWC COACHES
MWC                      Head Coach......................Season at MWC School, record .................. Overall college season, record
· Air Force              Troy Calhoun .................................................... Fourth, 30-15 .................................................Fourth, 30-15
· BYU                 Bronco Mendenhall...................................................Sixth, 51-19 ................................................... Sixth, 51-19
· CSU                   Steve Fairchild ..................................................... Third, 11-20 ...................................................Third, 11-20
· New Mexico            Mike Locksley.................................................... Second, 1-17 .................................................Second, 1-17
· San Diego State         Brady Hoke...................................................... Second, 7-10 ..............................................Seventh, 41-48
· TCU                   Gary Patterson .......................................................10th, 91-28 .................................................... 10th, 91-28
· UNLV                   Bobby Hauck ............................................................First, 1-5 .................................................Eighth, 81-22
· Utah                 Kyle Whittingham ....................................................Sixth, 53-17 .................................................... Fifth, 53-17
· Wyoming             Dave Christensen................................................. Second, 9-10 .................................................Second, 9-10

                CONFERENCE USA SCHOOLS vs. MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE SCHOOLS
School              Games        W            L            T           %              Year ......................................................... Last Meeting Result
East Carolina         3          2            1            0         66.7%            2002 ..................................................................def. TCU, 31-28
Houston               49         33           16           0         67.3%            2009 Armed Forces Bowl....................... lost to Air Force, 20-47
Marshall              2          1            1            0         50.0%            1999 Motor City Bowl ..........................................def. BYU, 21-3
Memphis               3          1            2            0         33.3%            2002 .............................................................. lost to TCU, 20-27
Rice                  98         46           49           3         48.5%            2000 ................................................................ lost to TCU, 0-37
SMU                  111         48           56           7         46.8%            2010 ....................................lost to TCU, 24-41, September 24
Southern Miss         15         6            9            0         40.0%            2004 .............................................................. lost to TCU, 17-42
Tulane                21         8            13           0         38.1%            2009 ................................................................ lost to BYU, 3-54
Tulsa                 61         26           35           0         42.7%            2009 ......................................................def. New Mexico, 44-10
UAB                   3          2            1            0         66.7%            2004 ..................................................................def. TCU, 41-25
UCF                   2          1            1            0         50.0%            1998 ........................................................def. New Mexico, 38-6
UTEP                 260         70          185           5         27.6%            2010 ..................................def. New Mexico, 38-20, October 2
Totals               628        244          369           15        40.0%            2010 ..........................................UTEP def. New Mexico, 38-20
                MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE SCHOOLS vs. CONFERENCE USA SCHOOLS
School              Games        W            L            T          Pct.            Year ......................................................... Last Meeting Result
Air Force             42         31           11           0         73.8%            2009 .............................................................def Houston, 47-20
BYU                   54         41           12           1         76.9%            2009 ................................................................. def. Tulane 54-3
Colorado State        50        30            20           0         60.0%            2008 .............................................................def. Houston 28-25
New Mexico            94         47           44           3         51.6%            2010 ........................................ lost to UTEP, 20-38, October 2
San Diego State       31         22           9            0         71.0%            2006 ............................................................. lost to UTEP 27-34
TCU                  243        129          104           10        55.1%            2010 ........................................ def. SMU 41-24, September 24
UNLV                  17         6            11           0         35.3%            1998 ............................................................... lost to Rice 16-38
Utah                  48         30           18           0         62.5%            2006 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl......... def. Tulsa 25-13
Wyoming               49         33           15           1         68.4%            1998 ................................................................lost to Tulsa 0-35
Totals               628        369          244           15        60.0%            2010 ..................................... New Mexico lost to UTEP, 20-38

                                                             2010 ARMY COACH
School                    Head Coach......................Season at Army School, record .................. Overall college season, record
· Army                    Rich Ellerson....................................................... Second, 9-9 .................................................... 11th, 69-50

         ARMY vs. CONFERENCE USA SCHOOLS & MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE SCHOOLS
Army                Games        W            L            T          Pct.            Year ......................................................... Last Meeting Result
C-USA                 55         15           38           2         28.1%            2010 ....................................... at Tulane, October 9, Won 41-23
Mountain West         57         20           36           1         36.0%            2010 ..................................................vs. Air Force, November 6

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                                            Conference USA
Institution, Location, Founded,
Affiliation, Enrollment, Joined C-
USA
·    East Carolina University (ECU),
     Greenville, 1907, Public, 27,703,
     1997 (football), 2001 (all other
     sports)
·    University of Houston, Houston,
     1927, Public, 30,757, 1995
·    Marshall University, Huntington,
     W. Va., 1837, Public, 16,551,
     2005
·    University      of      Memphis,
     Memphis, Tenn., 1912, Public,
     20,332, 1995
·    Rice University, Houston, Tex.,
     1912,       Private/Non-sectarian,
     4,785, 2005
·    Southern Methodist University
     (SMU), University Park, Tex.
     (Dallas), 1911, Private/Methodist,
     10,038, 2005
·    The University of Southern Mississippi (USM), Hattiesburg, 1910, Public, 15,259, 1995
·    Tulane University, New Orleans, La., 1834, Private/Non-sectarian, 12,676, 1995
·    University of Tulsa, Oklahoma,1894, Private/Presbyterian, 4,100, 2005
·    University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), Birmingham,1969, Public, 16,693, 1995
·    University of Central Florida (UCF), Orlando, 1963, Public, 48,897, 2005
·    University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), 1914, Public, 18,542, 2005

                                    Mountain West Conference
Institution, Location, Founded,
Affiliation, Enrollment, Joined MWC
·    United States Air Force Academy,
     USAFA, Colo., 1954, Public/Federal,
     4,400, 1999
·    Brigham Young University, Provo,
     Utah, 1875, Private/Christian-LDS
     (Mormon), 33,278, 1999
·    Colorado State University, Fort
     Collins, 1870, Public/State, 26,348,
     1999
·    University of New Mexico,
     Albuquerque, 1889, Public/State,
     25,767, 1999
·    San Diego State University,
     California, 1897. Public/State, 35,887,
     1999
·    Texas Christian University, Fort
     Worth, 1873, Private/Christian
     (Disciples of Christ), 8,865, 2005
·    University of Nevada, Las Vegas,
     1957, Public/State, 29,000, 1999
·    University of Utah, Salt Lake City,
     1850, Public/State, 29,284, 1999
·    University of Wyoming, Laramie,1886, Public/State, 13,207, 1999


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2010 Standings                    Conference                                         All Games
School                  W         L     Points Allowed                 W           L      Points Allowed ........ Streak
                                                    East
East Carolina           3          0        144         119            3           2          188         210 .....................W1
UCF                     1          0         42          7             3           2          138          69 ......................W1
Southern Miss           1          1         84          60            4           2          175         136 ...................... L1
Marshall                0          1         16          41            1           4           96         177 ...................... L1
UAB                     0          2         14          70            1           4          108         167 ...................... L2
Memphis                 0          3         47         113            1           5           78         235 ...................... L3
                                                           West
SMU                     3          0         91          56            4           2          177         153 .....................W2
Houston                 2          0         96          47            3           2          201         153 ...................... L1
UTEP                    2          1         84          91            5           1          195         131 .....................W4
Tulsa                   1          2        115          79            3           3          217         178 ...................... L1
Tulane                  0          1         23          42            2           3          103         145 ...................... L1
Rice                    0          2         55          86            1           5          130         211 ...................... L4

                                            Schedule (all times central)
Wednesday, October 13                     Saturday, October 16                         Saturday, October 23
  UCF at Marshall, 7 p.m.                   NC State at East Carolina, 11 a.m.          UAB at Mississippi State, TBD
                                             Southern Miss at Memphis, 11 a.m.           Rice at UCF, 2:30 p.m.
                                             UTEP at UAB, 2 p.m.                         Houston at SMU, 2:30 p.m.
                                             Houston at Rice, 2:30 p.m.                  Marshall at East Carolina, 3:15 p.m.
                                             SMU at Navy, 2:30 p.m.                      Tulane at UTEP, 8:05 p.m.
                                             Tulane at Tulsa, 6 p.m.




 East Carolina Pirates             Houston Cougars                 Marshall Thundering                 Memphis Tigers
       ecupirates.com                   uhcougars.com                     Herd                            gotigersgo.com
                                                                           herdzone.com




        Rice Owls                      SMU Mustangs                 Southern Miss Golden             Tulane Green Wave
        riceowls.com                   smumustangs.com                     Eagles                      tulanegreenwave.com
                                                                       southernmiss.com




      Tulsa Golden                     UAB Blazers                     UCF Knights                       UTEP Miners
                                        uabsports.com                   ucfathletics.com                 utepathletics.com
       Hurricane
     tulsahurricane.com
Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl & Conference USA Renew Partnership - The Bell Helicopter Armed Forces
Bowl will continue its partnership with the Conference USA for one of its schools to participate in the post-season football
game through 2013. The announcement was made November 3 by Brant B. Ringler, Executive Director of the Bell
Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, and Conference USA Commissioner Britton Banowsky. Since the inaugural game in
2003, 12-school league has partnered with the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl in all but one year.

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                                                                   2009 CONFERENCE USA RESULTS
East Carolina Pirates                                              Rice Owls                                                         Tulsa Golden Hurricane
S5    Tulsa........................................... W 51-49     S4    Texas at Reliant Stadium ............. L 17-34              S5    at East Carolina............................ L 49-51
S11 Memphis ..................................... W 49-27          S11 at North Texas............................. W 32-31           S11 Bowling Green.............................W 33-20
S18 at Virginia Tech.............................L 27-49           S18 Northwestern................................ L 13-30          S18 at Oklahoma State........................ L 28-65
O2    at North Carolina...........................L 17-42          S25 Baylor........................................... L 13-30     S25 Central Arkansas.........................W 41-14
O9    at Southern Miss......................... W 44-43            O2    SMU............................................. L 31-42    O2    at Memphis....................................W 48-7
O16 North Carolina State                                           O9    at UTEP ....................................... L 24-44     O9    at SMU ......................................... L 18-21
O23 Marshall                                                       O16 Houston                                                       O16 Tulane
O30 at UCF                                                         O23 at UCF                                                        O30 at Notre Dame
N6    Navy                                                         N6    at Tulsa                                                    N6    Rice
N13 at UAB                                                         N13 at Tulane                                                     N13 at Houston
N20 at Rice                                                        N20 East Carolina                                                 N20 UTEP
N27 SMU                                                            N27 UAB                                                           N27 Southern Miss
Houston Cougars                                                    SMU Mustangs
S4    Texas State ................................ W 68-21         S5    at Texas Tech .............................. L 27-35        UAB Blazers
S10 UTEP.......................................... W 54-24         S11 UAB .............................................. W 28-7     S4   Florida Atlantic.............................W 31-32
S18 at UCLA ........................................L 13-31        S18 Washington State........................ W 35-21              S11 at SMU ........................................... L 7-28
S25 Tulane ........................................ W 42-23        S24 TCU ............................................. L 24-41     S18 Troy.............................................W 34-33
O9    Mississippi State ...........................L 24-47         O2    at Rice......................................... W 42-31    S25 at Tennessee........................ L 29-32 (OT)
O16 at Rice                                                        O9    Tulsa ........................................... W 21-18   O6   at UCF............................................ L 7-42
O23 at SMU                                                         O16 at Navy                                                       O16 UTEP
O30 at Memphis                                                     O23 Houston                                                       O23 at Mississippi State
N5    UCF                                                          O30 at Tulane                                                     O30 at Southern Miss
N13 Tulsa                                                          N6    at UTEP                                                     N6   Marshall
N20 at Southern Miss                                               N20 Marshall                                                      N13 East Carolina
N27 at Texas Tech                                                  N27 at East Carolina                                              N20 Memphis
Marshall Thundering Herd                                           Southern Miss Golden Eagles                                       N27 at Rice
S2    at Ohio State....................................L 745       S2    at South Carolina ......................... L 13-41
S10 West Virginia.................................. L 2124         S11 Prairie View................................... W 34-7        UCF Knights
S18 at Bowling Green ........................... L 2844            S17 Kansas........................................ W 31-16        S4   South Dakota.................................W 38-7
S25 Ohio............................................ W 24-23       S25 at Louisiana Tech........................ W 13-12             S11 North Carolina State ..................... L 21-28
O2    at Southern Miss...........................L 16-41           O2    Marshall ...................................... W 41-16     S18 at Buffalo .....................................W 24-10
O13 UCF                                                            O9    East Carolina ............................... L 43-44       S25 at Kansas State ............................ L 13-17
O23 at East Carolina                                               O16 AT Memphis                                                    O6   UAB...............................................W 42-7
O30 UTEP                                                           O30 UAB                                                           O13 at Marshall
N6    at UAB                                                       N6    at Tulane                                                   O23 Rice
N13 Memphis                                                        N13 at UCF                                                        O30 East Carolina
N20 at SMU                                                         N20 Houston                                                       N5   at Houston
N27 Tulane                                                         N27 at Tulsa                                                      N13 Southern Miss
Memphis Tigers                                                     Tulane Green Wave                                                 N20 at Tulane
S4    at Mississippi State .........................L 7-49         S2    SE Louisiana............................... W 27-21         N27 at Memphis
S11 at East Carolina ............................L 27-49           S11 Ole Miss....................................... L 13-27       UTEP Miners
S18 Middle Tennessee....................... W 24-17                S25 at Houston.................................... L 23-42        S4   Arkansas-Pine Bluff .....................W 31-10
S25 at UTEP ........................................L 13-16        O2    at Rutgers ................................... W 17-14      S10 at Houston.................................... L 24-54
O2    Tulsa...............................................L 7-48   O9    Army                                                        S18 New Mexico State........................W 42-10
O9    at Louisville.....................................L 0-56     O16 at Tulsa                                                      S25 Memphis......................................W 16-13
O16 Southern Miss                                                  O23 at UTEP                                                       O2   at New Mexico.............................W 38-20
O30 Houston                                                        O30 SMU                                                           O9   Rice.............................................W 44-24
N6    Tennessee                                                    N6    Southern Miss                                               O16 at UAB
N13 at Marshall                                                    N13 Rice                                                          O23 Tulane
N20 at UAB                                                         N20 UCF                                                           O30 at Marshall
N27 UCF                                                            N27 at Marshall                                                   N6   SMU
                                                                                                                                     N13 at Arkansas
                                                                                                                                     N20 at Tulsa

                                                                            C-USA BOWL RECORDS
Conference USA                                      W-L-T                                  First Bowl Game................................................................ Last Bowl Game
East Carolina                                       5-6-0                                  1978.................................................2010 Liberty vs. Arkansas, L 17-20 (OT)
Houston                                             8-11-1                                 1952......................2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces vs. Air Force, L 20-47
Marshall                                            6-2-0                                  1987.......................................... 2009 Little Caesars Pizza vs. Ohio, W 21-17
Memphis                                             3-3-0                                  1971...................................... 2008 St. Petersburg vs. South Florida, L 14-41
Rice                                                5-4-0                                  1938...........................................2008 Texas vs. Western Michigan, W 38-14
SMU                                                 5-6-1                                  1925......................................................... 2009 Hawai’i vs. Nevada, W 45-10
Southern Miss                                       9-9-0                                  1953.................................2009 New Orleans vs. Middle Tennessee, L 32-42
Tulane                                              4-6-0                                  1932.......................................................... 2002 Hawai’i vs. Hawai’i, W 36-28
Tulsa                                               7-9-0                                  1942....................................................... 2009 GMAC vs. Ball State, W 45-13
UAB                                                 0-1-0                                  2004........................................................... 2004 Hawai’i vs. Hawai’i, L 40-59
UCF                                                 0-3-0                                  2005............................................... 2009 St. Petersburg vs. Rutgers, L 24-45
UTEP                                                5-7-0                                  1937.............................................................2005 GMAC vs. Toledo, L 13-45
Totals                                              57-67-2                                1921................................................................................. 2010 Liberty Bowl




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         CONFERENCE USA MEDIA INFORMATION
COACHES’ TELECONFERENCE - All                               Collegepressbox.com is the official                   C-USA FOOTBALL SID CONTACTS
12 Conference USA head football                             media website for Conference USA
coaches will be featured on a                               football. Access and download weekly                 East Carolina ................. Tom McClellan
teleconference beginning at 2:00 p.m.                       game notes, quotes, statistics, media                Office Phone..................... (252) 328-4552
EDT/1:00 p.m. CDT each Monday                               guides and more for the conference                   Cell Phone........................ (252) 414-0990
during the 2010 season. The first call                      and each of its 12 member schools                    E-Mail ....................... mcclellant@ecu.edu
                                                                                                                 E-Mail .......................... fetterss@ecu.edu
was scheduled for August 30 and can                         throughout     the   season.    Login                Houston............................. Cassie Arner
be accessed by calling (719) 785-                           information will be distributed to                   Office Phone..................... (713) 743-9409
9449.        A    playback    of    the                     accredited media or you can apply for                Cell Phone........................ (217) 390-6564
teleconference is available beginning                       a password by sending an e-mail to:                  E-Mail ................ mcarner@central.uh.edu
at 5:00 p.m. CDT each Monday by                             password@collegepressbox.com.                        E-Mail .......................... jaconrad@uh.edu
dailing 402-220-1009 with a replay                                                                               Marshall........................ Randy Burnside
passcode of 7112407. The playback                           PRESS BOX NUMBERS                                    Office Phone..................... (304) 696-4660
will run until the following week’s                         East Carolina ............. (252) 328-4697           Cell Phone........................ (304) 208-0498
teleconference. Calls will be held on                       Houston ..................... (713) 743-0550         E-Mail ..................burnsid2@marshall.edu
                                                                                                                 E-Mail ................ pristash1@marshall.edu
the following Mondays during the 2010                       Marshall ..................... (304) 696-6666        Memphis.................. Jennifer Rodrigues
season: Aug. 30, Sept. 6, Sept. 13,                         Memphis .................... (901) 272-0136          Office Phone..................... (901) 678-2397
Oct. 4 and Nov. 8.                                          Rice............................ (713) 527-0250      Cell Phone=...................... (901) 734-9951
                                                            SMU........................... (214) 768-7730        E-Mail .............. jmpowers@memphis.edu
1:00 p.m. CT .......... Players of the Week/Notes           Southern Miss............ (601) 266-5523             E-Mail ..................wkolditz@memphis.edu
1:05 p.m. CT ....... Ruffin McNeill, East Carolina                                                               Rice.......................................Chuck Pool
                                                            Tulane........................ (504) 587-3868
1:12 p.m. CT ................. Doc Holliday, Marshall
                                                            Tulsa .......................... (918) 631-2492      Office Phone..................... (713) 358-5775
1:19 p.m. CT ................. Larry Porter, Memphis
1:26 p.m. CT ........Larry Fedora, Southern Miss            UAB ........................... (205) 327-5228       Cell Phone........................ (832) 244-6476
1:33 p.m. CT .................Kevin Sumlin, Houston         UCF ........................... (407) 245-0342       E-Mail ..............................cpool@rice.edu
1:40 p.m. CT ......................... David Baliff, Rice                                                        E-Mail ........................... rmears@rice.edu
1:47 p.m. CT ........................ June Jones, SMU
                                                            UTEP ......................... (915) 747-5154        SMU ..................................... Brad Sutton
1:54 p.m. CT ..................... Bob Toledo, Tulane                                                            Office Phone..................... (214) 768-1651
2:01 p.m. CT ......................Neil Callaway, UAB       FLAGSHIP RADIO STATIONS                              Cell Phone........................ (214) 914-8705
2:08 p.m. CT ........................ Mike Price, UTEP      East Carolina, WNCT-FM 107.9..... Jeff Charles       E-Mail ........................ bsutton @smu.edu
2:15 p.m. CT ....................Todd Graham, Tulsa         Houston, KBME-AM 790.............. Tom Franklin
                                                                                                                 E-Mail ....................... hermanh@smu.edu
2:22 p.m. CT .................. George O’Leary, UCF         Marshall, WDGG-FM 93.7 ........... Steve Cotton
                                                            Memphis, WREC-AM 600......... Dave Woloshin          Southern Miss................... Jack Duggan
                                                            Rice, KFNC-FM 97.5 ............... David Saltzman    Office Phone..................... (601) 266-6240
WEEKLY FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS -                                                                                     Cell Phone........................ (985) 414-1118
                                                            SMU, KTCK-AM 1310....................Rich Phillips
Conference USA will once again team                         Southern Miss, WXRR-FM 104.5 .......John Cox         E-Mail ................ jack. duggan @usm.edu
with DragonFly Athletics to provide C-                      Tulane, WIST-AM 690 ............Todd Graffagnini     Tulane............................Roger Dunaway
USA football highlights this fall. The                      Tulsa, KRMG-AM 690................ Bruce Howard      Office Phone..................... (504) 862-8240
                                                            UAB, WUHT-FM 107.7 ................. David Crane     Cell Phone........................ (504) 452-2906
web-based platform will provide
                                                            UCF, WQTM-AM 740................... Marc Daniels
extensive highlights of C-USA Football                                                                           E-Mail ..........................roger@tulane.edu
                                                            UTEP, KOFX-FM 92.3 ................... Jon Teicher
throughout the 2010 season. Here are                        UTEP, JOSE-AM 1650 ................Omar Ropele       E-Mail .......................rweaver@tulane.edu
                                                                                                                 Tulsa............................... Don Tomkalski
the instructions.
     Go to https://blast.dragonfl yathletics.com                                                                Office Phone..................... (918) 631-3200
                                                            E-MAIL DISTRIBUTION - Media may                      Cell Phone........................ (918) 640-0683
      where you will be prompted to login.
                                                            contact the Conference USA office by                 E-Mail .......donald-tom kalski@utulsa.edu
          Username: Media
          Passcode: MediaPass1                             phone (214-774-1300) or e-mail to be                 E-Mail ................... eric-hollier@utulsa.edu
     Click on the Conference USA folder.                   included on the league’s e-mail lists for            UAB ......................................Norm Reilly
     You will now see a list of all video by               releases and information. Please                     Office Phone..................... (205) 934-0722
      school throughout the conference. To                                                                       Cell Phone........................ (205) 936-1793
      access the C-USA Football Highlights,
                                                            contact       Russell        Anderson
                                                            (rdanderson@c-usa.org)      in       the             E-Mail .............................nreilly@uab.edu
      select Conference USA folder and then
      select MFB Broadcast.                                 conference office with requests or                   UCF..................................... Leigh Torbin
     Files available for download will appear in           questions.                                           Office Phone..................... (407) 823-0994
      the Blast Content area in middle of the                                                                    Cell Phone........................ (407) 325-5703
      page. Select download.                                                                                     E-Mail .............. ltorbin@athletics. ucf.edu
     Once your fi le has downloaded it will                                                                     E-Mail ............. joehorn@athletics.ucf.edu
      appear in the Local Content column. Select                                                                 UTEP....................................... Jeff Darby
      Copy Out to save to your desktop/hard                                                                      Office Phone..................... (915) 747-6652
      drive.
                                                                                                                 Cell Phone........................ (915) 204-0642
     If you have technical questions, please
      contact Dragonfly Tech service at: 205-                                                                    E-Mail ........................... jdarby@utep.edu
      270-1163.
                                                                                                                 E-Mail ......................mbrunner@utep.edu

BHAFB Media Operations ..................................................................... Tim Simmons (bfishinc@aol.com, 303/678-8484)
CONFERENCE-USA MEDIA.............................................Russ Anderson (rdanderson@c-usa.org, 214/774-1300 )
Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl                                    www.ArmedForcesBowl.com                          October 11, 2010 Update                        13
                          MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE
                                           Suite 200
                                     15455 Gleneagle Drive
                                  Colorado Springs, CO 80921
                                719/488-4040, FAX 719/487-7240
                                       www.themwc.com

2010 Standings                       Conference                                  All Games
School (USA, AP, Harris) W           L     Points Allowed            W       L        Points Allowed ........ Streak
Air Force (23, 23, 23)      3           0   104        55            5       1         207         109 .....................W3
TCU (5, 4, 4)               2           0    72         0            6       0         250          62 ......................W6
Utah (10, 11, 10)           2           0    94        24            5       0         245          78 ......................W5
BYU                         1           1   38         56            2       4         100         165 .....................W1
UNLV                        1           1   55         48            1       5         119         212 ...................... L2
San Diego State             0           1   21         24            3       2         174          79 ....................... L1
Wyoming                     0           2   14         65            2       4          75         185 ...................... L1
Colorado State              0           2   27         76            1       5          82         216 ...................... L2
New Mexico                  0           2   24        101            0       6         75          279 ...................... L6

                                            Schedule (all times central)
Saturday, October 16                                           Saturday, October 23
 UNLV at Colorado State, 1 p.m.                                Wyoming at BYU, 1 p.m.
 BYU at TCU, 3 p.m.                                            Colorado State at Utah, 5 p.m.
 Utah at Wyoming, 5 p.m.                                       Air Force at TCU, 7 p.m.
 Air Force at San Diego State, 7 p.m.                          San Diego State at New Mexico, 9 p.m.




                                                    BYU Cougars                     CSU Rams
                  Air Force Falcons                 byucougars.com                   csurams.com
                   goairforcefalcons.com




                 New Mexico Lobos            San Diego State Aztecs              TCU Horned Frogs
                          golobos.com                goaztecs.com                    gofrogs.com




                         UNLV Rebels                  Utah Utes               Wyoming Cowboys
                         unlvrebels.com               utahutes.com               wyomingathletics.com

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl & Mountain West Conference Renew Partnership - The Bell Helicopter Armed
Forces Bowl has signed a four-year agreement with the Mountain West Conference for one of its teams to participate in
the Bowl through 2013, effective with the 2010 football season. The announcement was made October 22, 2009. The
agreement assures the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl access to one of the five selections from the Mountain West
as well as access to Texas Christian University’s participation in the game.




Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl                 www.ArmedForcesBowl.com           October 11, 2010 Update                   14
                                     2010 MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE RESULTS & SCHEDULE

Air Force Falcons                                        New   Mexico Lobos                                          UNLV Rebels
S4 Northwestern State .............. W 65-21             S4    at Oregon.................................L 0-72      S4 Wisconsin ..............................L 21-41
S11 BYU ..................................... W 35-14    S11   Texas Tech ............................L 17-52        S11 at Utah ...................................L 10-38
S18 at Oklahoma ..........................L 24-27        S18   Utah .......................................L 14-56   S18 at Idaho....................................L 7-30
S25 at Wyoming.......................... W 20-14         S25   at UNLV .................................L 10-45      S25 New Mexico ........................ W 45-10
O2 Navy....................................... W 14-6    O2    UTEP .....................................L 20-38     O2 Nevada ..................................L 26-44
O9 Colorado State..................... W 49-27           O9    at New Mexico State ..............L 14-16             O9 at West Virginia......................L 10-49
O16 at San Diego State                                   O23   San Diego State                                       O16 at Colorado State
O23 at TCU                                               O30   at Colorado State                                     O30 TCU
O30 Utah                                                 N6    Wyoming                                               N6 at BYU
N6 at Army                                               N13   at Air Force                                          N13 Wyoming
N13 New Mexico                                           N20   at BYU                                                N18 Air Force
N18 at UNLV                                              N27   TCU                                                   N27 at San Diego State
                                                                                                                     D4 at Hawai'i
BYU Cougars                                              San Diego State Aztecs
S4 Washington.......................... W 23-17          S4 Nicholls State......................... W 47-0           Utah Utes
S11 at Air Force ............................L 14-35     S11 at New Mexico State ............ W 41-21                S2 Pittsburgh..................... W 27-24 (OT)
S18 at Florida State ......................L 10-34       S18 at Missouri .............................L 24-27        S11 UNLV ................................... W 38-10
S25 Nevada ..................................L 13-27     S25 Utah State.............................. W 41-7         S18 at New Mexico ..................... W 56-14
O1 at Utah State..........................L 16-31        O9 at BYU ...................................L 21-24        S25 San Jose State ...................... W 56-3
O9 San Diego State................... W 24-21            O16 Air Force                                               O9 at Iowa State........................ W 68-27
O16 at TCU                                               O23 at New Mexico                                           O16 at Wyoming
O23 Wyoming                                              O30 at Wyoming                                              O23 Colorado State
N6 UNLV                                                  N6 Colorado State                                           O30 at Air Force
N13 at Colorado State                                    N13 at TCU                                                  N6 TCU
N20 New Mexico                                           N20 Utah                                                    N13 at Notre Dame
N27 at Utah                                              N27 UNLV                                                    N20 at San Diego State
                                                                                                                     N27 BYU
Colorado State Rams                                      TCU Horned Frogs
S4 Colorado at Denver..................L 3-24            S4 Oregon State at Arlington .... W 30-21                   Wyoming Cowboys
S11 at Nevada ................................L 6-51     S11 Tennessee Tech .................... W 62-7              S4 Southern Utah...................... W 28-20
S18 at Miami, Ohio........................L 10-31        S18 Baylor................................... W 45-10       S11 at Texas ...................................L 7-34
S25 Idaho.................................... W 26-34    S24 at SMU................................. W 41-24         S18 Boise State ..............................L 6-51
O2 TCU .........................................L 0-27   O2 at Colorado State................... W 27-0              S25 Air Force ................................L 14-20
O9 at Air Force ............................L 27-49      O9 Wyoming................................ W 45-0           O2 at Toledo.............................. W 20-15
O16 UNLV                                                 O16 BYU                                                     O9 at TCU .....................................L 0-45
O23 at Utah                                              O23 Air Force                                               O16 Utah
O30 New Mexico                                           O30 at UNLV                                                 O23 at BYU
N6 at San Diego State                                    N6 at Utah                                                  O30 San Diego State
N13 BYU                                                  N13 San Diego State                                         N6 at New Mexico
N20 at Wyoming                                           N27 at New Mexico                                           N13 at UNLV
                                                                                                                     N20 Colorado State

                                                                MWC BOWL RECORDS
Mountain West                               W-L-T                             First Bowl Game............................................... Last Bowl Game
Air Force                                   9-10-1                            1959 ... 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces vs. Houston, W 47-20
BYU                                         10-17-1                           1974 ......................... 2009 Las Vegas vs. Oregon State, W 44-20
Colorado State                              5-7-0                             1949 ....................... 2008 New Mexico vs. Fresno State, W 40-35
New Mexico                                  3-7-1                             1939 ..................................2007 New Mexico vs. Nevada, W 23-0
San Diego State                             1-4-0                             1948 .........................1998 Las Vegas vs. North Carolina, L 13-20
TCU                                         11-14-1                           1921 .....................................2010 Fiesta vs. Boise State, L 10-17
UNLV                                        3-0-0                             1994 ................................2000 Las Vegas vs. Arkansas, W 31-14
Utah                                        12-3-0                            1939 .......................................... 2009 Poinsettia vs. Cal, W 37-27
Wyoming                                     6-6-0                             1951 ...............2009 New Mexico vs. Fresno State, W 35-28 (OT)
Totals                                      60-68-4                           1921 .................................................................. 2010 Fiesta Bowl




Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl                                 www.ArmedForcesBowl.com                                October 11, 2010 Update                       15
 MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE MEDIA INFORMATION
COACHES’ TELECONFERENCE - The                          Weekly Football Video Highlights                            MWC FOOTBALL SID CONTACTS
Mountain West Conference football                      (For Newspaper, TV And Other
coaches will participate in a weekly media             Internet Sites) - The MWC has                             Air Force...... Troy Garnhart/Dave Toller
teleconference throughout the 2010                     partnered with AthletixNation, which                      Phone............... (719) 333-9263/333-3478
season. The calls are scheduled every                  syndicates premium college sports video                   Fax ................................... (719) 333-3798
Tuesday, from August 31 - November 23.                 highlights to over 400 online media outlets               Email ................. troy.garnhart@usafa.edu
The call can be heard live via the MWC                 that include newspaper, television and                    ..............................dave.toller@usafa.edu
Web site or by obtaining the call-in number            radio station Web sites. Please contact
from the MWC Communications office.                    Melissa Josenberger at (913) 980-7058 or                  BYU......Brett Pyne/Jordan christiansen
This teleconference is for accredited media            mjosenberger@athletixnation.com         for               Phone............... (801) 422-4912/422-8999
only. A replay of each teleconference will             more information.                                         Fax ................................... (801) 422-0633
be made available on the MWC Web site.                                                                           Email ....................... brett_pyne@byu.edu
11:00 a.m. CT.................. Moderator opens call                                                             ............................... softball_sid@byu.edu
11:02 a.m. CT.............. Kyle Whittingham, Utah     Collegepressbox.com is the official
11:12 a.m. CT.. Steve Fairchild, Colorado State        media website for Mountain West
11:22 a.m. CT..............Troy Calhoun, Air Force     Conference football.           Access and                 Colorado St. ...Zak Gilbert/Danny Mattie
11:32 a.m. CT..... Brady Hoke, San Diego State         download weekly game notes, quotes,                       Phone............... (970) 491-5067/491-5050
11:42 a.m. CT.................. Gary Patterson, TCU    statistics, media guides and more for the                 Fax ................................... (970) 491-1348
11:52 a.m. CT.......Dave Christensen, Wyoming          conference and each of its 12 member                      Email ............... zak.gilbert@colostate.edu
12:02 p.m. CT............Bronco Mendenhall, BYU        schools throughout the season. Login                      ............................ d.mattie@colostate.edu
12:12 p.m. CT........ Mike Locksley, New Mexico
                                                       information will be distributed to accredited
12:22 p.m. CT...................Bobby Hauck, UNLV                                                                UNM ....... Chris Deal/Frank Mercagliano
                                                       media or you can apply for a password by
                                                       sending          an         e-mail         to:            Phone............... (505) 925-5523/925-5525
WEEKLY FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS - The                                                                                 Fax ................................... (505) 925-5529
                                                       password@collegepressbox.com
Mountain West has             teamed with                                                                        Email .............................. cdeal@unm.edu
DragonFly Athletics, a leading provider of                                                                       ................................... fmercog@unm.edu
                                                       PRESS BOX NUMBERS
video highlights and content, to provide an
                                                       Air Force........................... (719) 333-1100
exciting new and easy format for television                                                                      San Diego St. ... Mike May/Peggy Curtin
                                                       BYU .................................. (801) 422-2609
stations across the country to get 2010                                                                          Phone............... (619) 594-3023/594-2576
                                                       Colorado State ................. (970) 491-8100
football highlights. The web-based platform                                                                      Fax ................................... (619) 582-6541
                                                       New Mexico...................... (505) 925-5573
will provide extensive highlights of MWC                                                                         Email ..................... mmay@mail.sdsu.edu
                                                       San Diego State ............... (619) 281-0405
Football that can be downloaded at                                                                               ............................ mcurtin@mail.sdsu.edu
                                                       TCU .................................. (817) 257-7981
anytime throughout the season. Each
                                                       UNLV................................ (702) 895-1248
institution will have an edited three-minute                                                                     TCU.......... Mark Cohen/Andy Anderson
                                                       Utah.................................. (801) 581-8210
package of game highlights from the                                                                              Phone............... (817) 257-5394/257-5367
                                                       Wyoming .......................... (307) 766-2222
previous week’s game. Highlights will be                                                                         Fax ................................... (817) 257-7964
posted to the DragonFly Athletics Web site                                                                       Email ........................... m.cohen@tcu.edu
by 12 (Noon) MT every Tuesday                          FLAGSHIP RADIO STATIONS                                   .............................. a.anderson2@tcu.edu
throughout the football season (Sept. 7 -              Air Force........... KVOR-740 AM (Colo. Springs)
                                                       ................................. KCKK-1510 AM (Denver)
Nov. 30).                                                                                                        UNLV ......Mark Wallington/Paul Pancoe
                                                       BYU................... KSL-1160 AM (Salt Lake City)
1. Go to Blast.DragonFlyAthletics.com (Note: It                                                                  Phone............... (702) 895-4472/895-3674
                                                       Colorado State................KLZ 560 AM (Denver)
is not www.blast.dragonflyathletics.com)
                                                       New Mexico ....... KKOB-770 AM (Albuquerque)              Fax ................................... (702) 895-0989
2. Select Mountain West Conference from the
                                                       San Diego State ... KOGO-600 AM (San Diego)               Email ...............mark.wallington@unlv.edu
folders section on the left hand side of the
                                                       TCU........ WBAP-820 AM/96.7 FM (Fort Worth)              ............................. paul.pancoe@unlv.edu
screen.
                                                       ............. KFLC 1270 AM (Fort Worth - Spanish)
3. Select the MWC institution from which you
                                                       UNLV................... ESPN-1100 AM (Las Vegas)
want to download highlights.                                                                                     Utah ....... Liz Abel/Brooke Frederickson
                                                       Utah................... KALL-700 AM (Salt Lake City)
4. Select the appropriate sub-folder (MFB).                                                                      Phone............... (801) 581-3511/581-8302
                                                       Wyoming ..............KFBC-1240 AM (Cheyenne)
5. Select which file you would like to download                                                                  Fax ................................... (801) 581-4358
in the “Blast Content” section located in the                                                                    Email ...............label@huntsman.utah.edu
center of the screen.                                  E-MAIL DISTRIBUTION - Media may
                                                                                                                 ..........bfrederickson@huntsman.utah.edu
6. Once the file is selected, you will see the         contact the Mountain West Conference
status of your download on the bottom portion of       office by phone (719/488-4051) or e-mail to
the screen.                                                                                                      Wyoming ......Tim Harkins/John Paradis
                                                       be included on the league’s e-mail lists for
7. Once the download has completed, the file                                                                     Phone............... (307) 766-2256/766-2290
                                                       releases and information. Please contact
will then show up in the “Local Content” section                                                                 Fax ................................... (307) 766-2346
                                                       Javan Hedlund (jhedlund@themwca.com)
located on the right side of the screen.                                                                         Email ......................... tharkins@uwyo.edu
8. Select the “Copy Out” option under “Local           in the conference office with requests or
                                                                                                                 ........................................jp12@uwyo.edu
Content” section and choose the save location          questions.
of the file.
9. Open file from the saved location and video
will open in the appropriate player.
10. All entities downloading highlights must
follow the MWC Television Policies or access to
the Web site will be revoked.

BHAFB Media Operations ..................................................................... Tim Simmons (bfishinc@aol.com, 303/678-8484)
MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE MEDIA ............................. Javan Hedlund (jhedlund@themwc.com, 719/488-4051)
Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl                                www.ArmedForcesBowl.com                              October 11, 2010 Update                        16
                                                                           GERALD J. FORD STADIUM
In the history of the SMU football
program, June 13, 1997 and September
2, 2000, may stand out as the most
significant days since the program's
inception in 1915.       The first date is
when University officials announced that
significant funds had been raised to
begin construction on the brand new
Gerald J. Ford Stadium. The second is
the date that Mustang football returned
to campus with the inaugural game in
the stadium against Kansas. The state-
of-the-art facility would not have been
possible without the generous donations
of Gerald J. Ford, Lamar and Norma
Hunt, Ray L. and Nancy Ann Hunt, and
Sherrill and Jo Ann Pettus, all of whom
are SMU alumni.           Gerald J. Ford
Stadium, finished in August of 2000 on
the former Ownby Stadium grounds, has a horseshoe configuration with an open south end zone adjacent to
Mockingbird Lane. The architecture is consistent with the Collegiate-Georgian style of the entire SMU campus and
features traditional, yet state-of-the-art design concepts. The stadium has a seating capacity of 32,000 with the
possibility for future expansion to 45,000. The 32,000-seat configuration includes nearly 600 preferred club level
seats and 240 seats in 24 spacious luxury suites housed in a custom, three-level press box. In addition to housing
preferred club and suite seating, the air-conditioned press box provides excellent sightlines and comfortably
accommodates more than 125 working print, radio and television media. The playing surface is 25 feet below
ground level, with half of the stadium's seats sunk below grade, ensuring a smooth transition into the surrounding
neighborhood and the remainder of the SMU campus. Ford Stadium was designed by the sports and entertainment
design division of Ellerbe Becket, Inc., an architectural firm based in Kansas City, Mo.

                                                   GERALD J. FORD STADIUM RECORDS (2000 to present)
TEAM RECORDS                                                                                               LONGEST PLAYS - Yards
First Downs ............................. 32, Texas Tech vs. SMU, 2004, UTEP vs. SMU, 2007                 Rush ........................................................... 80 (TD), Kevin Smith, UCF vs. SMU, 2007
Rushing Yards ......................................................... 380, Air Force vs. Houston, 2008   Pass........ 98 (no TD), Ryan Dinwiddie to Lawrence Bady, Boise State vs. SMU, 2003
Passing Yards........................................................... 601, North Texas vs. SMU, 2007    Pass......................96 (TD), Bo Levi Mitchell to Aldrick Robinson, SMU vs. ECU, 2009
Total Offense Yards .................................................. 641, Boise State vs. SMU, 2003      Punt ................................................................. 75, Trey Ragland, UAB vs. SMU, 2010
                                                                                                           Punt Return .......................... 79 (TD), Emmanuel Sanders, SMU vs. SF Austin, 2009
INDIVIDUAL - Yards                                                                                         Kickoff Return .................................. 99 (TD), Khymest Williams, UCF vs. SMU, 2007
Rushing ..............................................342, Matt Forte, Tulane (4 TDs) vs. SMU, 2007        Interception Return .....................75, Cory Barlow, Stephen F. Austin vs. SMU, 2009
Passing................601, Daniel Meager, North Texas (46 of 64, 3 TDs) vs. SMU, 2007                     Field Goal ...............................53, Matt Szymanski, SMU vs. Stephan A. Austin, 2009
Receiving.......232, Rashaun Woods, Okla. St. (13 receptions, 7 TDs) vs. SMU, 2003


                                                                           ALL-TIME BOWL RECORDS
                       (1902-present, current 2008 conference and independent alignments, through January 7, 2010)

                                                                           2009-2010 Record                                                                                     All-Time
Conference                  2009-2010 Bowl Schools                      Bowls     W      L                                                             Pct.            W            L               T       Pct.
Independent                 Navy                                          1       1       0                                                          100.0%            22           24              1     47.9%
Mountain West               AF,BYU,TCU,Utah,Wyo                           5       4       1                                                           80.0%            60           68              4     47.0%
Big East                    Cincy,Pitt,Rutg,UConn,USF,WVU                 6       4       2                                                           66.7%            57           58              2     49.6%
Southeastern                Ala,Ark,Aub,Flor,Geor,Ky,LSU,Miss,SCar,Tenn  10       6       4                                                          60.0%            196          170              13    53.4%
Big Ten                     Iowa,MichSt,Minn,NWstrn,OSU,PSU,Wis           7       4       3                                                           57.1%           119          126              3     48.6%
Big 12                      ISU,Mizzou,Neb,OU,OklaSt,Texas,TexA&M,TT      8       4       4                                                           50.0%           156          167              4     48.3%
Western Athletic            BoiseSt,FresSt,Idaho,Nev                      4       2       2                                                          50.0%             36           33              2     52.1%
Sun Belt                    MidTen,Troy                                   2       1       1                                                          50.0%             5            10              0     33.3%
Atlantic Coast              BC,Clem,FSU,GT,Miami,UNC,VT                   7       3       4                                                           42.9%           150          138              5     52.0%
C-USA                       ECU,Hou,Marsh,SMU,SoMiss,UCF                  6       2       4                                                          33.3%             57           60              2     48.7%
Pacific-10                  Ariz,Cal,Ore,OreSt,Stan,UCLA,USC              7       2       5                                                           28.6%           120          107              6     52.8%
Mid-American                BGreen,CMich,NIU,Ohio,Tem                     5       1       4                                                          20.0%            23            37              0     38.3%


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                       2010 CONFERENCE STANDINGS & BOWL AFFILIATIONS (*bowl eligible)
ACC Atlantic                              CONFERENCE           OVERALL       Big East                                   CONFERENCE           OVERALL
Florida State                                 3-0                   5-1      Syracuse                                       1-0                   4-1
Maryland                                      1-0                   4-1      Rutgers                                        1-0                   3-2
North Carolina State                          2-1                   5-1      West Virginia                                  0-0                   4-1
Wake Forest                                   1-2                   2-4      Louisville                                     0-0                   3-2
Boston College                                0-2                   2-3      Cincinnati                                     0-0                   2-3
Clemson                                       0-2                   2-3      Pittsburgh                                     0-0                   2-3
ACC Coastal                               CONFERENCE           OVERALL       South Florida                                  0-1                   3-2
Virginia Tech                                 2-0                   4-2      Connecticut                                    0-1                   3-3
Georgia Tech                                  3-1                   4-2      Bowl Affiliations, excluding Bowl Championship Series
Miami (FL)                                    1-1                   3-2         Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg, Dec. 21, 7 p.m. , St. Petersburg,
North Carolina                                1-1                   3-2          Fla., vs. C-USA, ESPN
Virginia                                      0-2                   2-3         Champs Sports, Dec. 28, 5:30 p.m., Orlando, Fla., Big East/Notre
Duke                                          0-2                   1-4          Dame vs. ACC, ESPN
Bowl Affiliations, excluding Bowl Championship Series                           New Era Pinstripe, Dec. 30, 2:20 p.m., New York, N.Y., vs. Big 12,
   AdvoCare V100 Independence, Dec. 27, 4 p.m., Shreveport, La., vs.            ESPN
    Mountain West, ESPN2                                                        Meineke Car Care, Dec. 31, 11 a.m., Charlotte, N.C., vs. ACC, ESPN
   Champs Sports, Dec. 28, 5:30 p.m., Orlando, Fla., vs. Big East/Notre        Birmingham, Jan. 8, 11 a.m., Birmingham, Ala., vs. SEC, ESPN
    Dame, ESPN
   EagleBank, Dec. 29, 1:30 p.m., Washington, D.C., vs. C-USA, ESPN         Big Ten                                    CONFERENCE           OVERALL
   Franklin American Mortgage Music City, Dec. 30, 5:40 p.m.,               *Michigan State                                2-0                   6-0
    Nashville, Tenn., vs. SEC, ESPN                                          *Ohio State                                    2-0                   6-0
   Meineke Car Care, Dec. 31, 11 a.m., Charlotte, N.C., vs. Big East,       Iowa                                           1-0                   4-1
    ESPN                                                                     Purdue                                         1-0                   3-2
   Hyundai Sun, Dec. 31, 1 p.m., El Paso, Texas, Pac-10 vs. ACC, CBS        Michigan                                       1-1                   5-1
   Chick-fil-A, Dec. 31, 6:30 p.m., Atlanta, Ga., vs. SEC, ESPN             Northwestern                                   1-1                   5-1
                                                                             Wisconsin                                      1-1                   5-1
Big 12 North                              CONFERENCE           OVERALL       Illinois                                       1-1                   3-2
Missouri                                      1-0                   5-0      Indiana                                        0-2                   3-2
Nebraska                                      1-0                   5-0      Penn State                                     0-2                   3-3
Kansas State                                  1-1                   4-1      Minnesota                                      0-2                   1-5
Iowa State                                    1-1                   3-3      Bowl Affiliations, excluding Bowl Championship Series
Colorado                                      0-1                   3-2         Little Caesars Pizza, Dec. 26, 7:30 p.m., Detroit, Mich., vs. Mid-
Kansas                                        0-1                   2-3          American, ESPN
Big 12 South                              CONFERENCE           OVERALL          Insight, Dec. 28, 9 p.m., Tempe, Ariz, vs. Big 12, ESPN
Oklahoma                                      1-0                   5-0         Texas, Dec. 29, 5 p.m., Houston, Texas, vs. Big 12, ESPN
Oklahoma State                                1-0                   5-0         Dallas Football Classic, Jan. 1, 11 a.m., Dallas, Texas, vs. Big 12 or
Baylor                                        1-1                   4-2          C-USA, ESPNU
Texas                                         1-1                   3-2         Outback, Jan. 1, 12 p.m., Tampa, Fla., vs. SEC, ABC
Texas Tech                                    1-2                   3-2         Capital One, Jan. 1, 12 p.m., Orlando, Fla., vs. SEC, ESPN
Texas A&M                                     0-1                   3-2         Gator, Jan. 1, 12:30 p.m., Jacksonville, Fla., vs. SEC, ESPN2
Bowl Affiliations, excluding Bowl Championship Series
   Insight, Dec. 28, 9 p.m., Tempe, Ariz., vs. Big Ten, ESPN                Conference USA East                        CONFERENCE           OVERALL
   Texas, Dec. 29, 5 p.m., Houston, Texas, vs. Big Ten, ESPN                East Carolina                                  3-0                   3-2
   Valero Alamo, Dec. 29, 8:15 p.m., San Antonio, Texas, vs. Pac-10,        UCF                                            1-0                   3-2
    ESPN                                                                     Southern Miss                                  1-1                   4-2
   New Era Pinstripe, Dec. 30, 2:20 p.m., New York, N.Y., vs. Big East,     Marshall                                       0-1                   1-4
    ESPN                                                                     UAB                                            0-2                   1-4
   Bridgepoint Education Holiday, Dec. 30, 9 p.m., San Diego, Calif., vs.   Memphis                                        0-3                   1-5
    Pac-10, ESPN                                                             Conference USA West                        CONFERENCE           OVERALL
   Dallas Football Classic, Jan. 1, 11 a.m., Dallas, Texas, Big 12 or C-    Southern Methodist                             3-0                   4-2
    USA vs. Big Ten, ESPNU                                                   Houston                                        2-0                   3-2
   AT&T Cotton, Jan. 7, 7 p.m., Arlington, Texas, vs. SEC, FOX              UTEP                                           2-1                   5-1
                                                                             Tulsa                                          1-2                   3-3
Independent                                      OVERALL                     Tulane                                         0-1                   2-3
Army                                                  4-2                    Rice                                           0-2                   1-5
Navy                                                  3-2                    2
Notre Dame                                            333                    Bowl Affiliations
Bowl Affiliations, excluding Bowl Championship Series                           R&L Carriers New Orleans, Dec. 18, 8 p.m., New Orleans, La., vs.
   Champs Sports, Dec. 28, 5:30 p.m., Orlando, Fla., Notre Dame/Big             Sun Belt, ESPN
    East vs. ACC, ESPN                                                          Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg, Dec. 21, 7 p.m. , St. Petersburg,
   San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia, Dec. 23, 7 p.m., San               Fla., vs. Big East, ESPN
    Diego, Calif., Navy vs MWC, ESPN                                            Sheraton Hawaii, Dec. 24, 7 p.m., Honolulu, Hawaii, vs. WAC, ESPN
                                                                                EagleBank, Dec. 29, 1:30 p.m., Washington, D.C., vs. ACC, ESPN
                                                                                Bell Helicopter Armed Forces, Dec. 30, 11 a.m., Dallas, Texas, vs.
                                                                                 Mountain West, ESPN
                                                                                AutoZone Liberty, Dec. 31, 2:30 p.m., Memphis, Tenn., vs. SEC,
                                                                                 ESPN
                                                                                Dallas Football Classic, Jan. 1, 11 a.m., Dallas, Texas, C-USA or Big
                                                                                 12 vs. Big Ten, ESPNU




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                       2010 CONFERENCE STANDINGS & BOWL AFFILIATIONS (*bowl eligible)
Mid-American East                          CONFERENCE           OVERALL      SEC East                                   CONFERENCE           OVERALL
Miami (OH)                                     2-0                   3-3     South Carolina                                 2-1                   4-1
Buffalo                                        1-0                   2-3     Florida                                        2-2                   4-2
Ohio                                           2-1                   3-3     Vanderbilt                                     1-1                   2-3
Temple                                         1-1                   4-2     Georgia                                        1-3                   2-4
Kent State                                     1-1                   2-3     Kentucky                                       0-3                   3-3
Bowling Green                                  0-2                   1-5     Tennessee                                      0-3                   2-4
Akron                                          0-2                   0-6     SEC West                                   CONFERENCE           OVERALL
Mid-American East                          CONFERENCE           OVERALL      *LSU                                           4-0                   6-0
Northern Illinois                              2-0                   4-2     *Auburn                                        3-0                   6-0
Toledo                                         2-0                   3-3     Alabama                                        2-1                   5-1
Western Michigan                               1-1                   2-3     Arkansas                                       1-1                   4-1
Ball State                                     1-1                   2-4     Mississippi                                    1-1                   3-2
Central Michigan                               1-2                   2-4     Mississippi State                              1-2                   4-2
Eastern Michigan                               0-3                   0-6     Bowl Affiliations, excluding Bowl Championship Series
Bowl Affiliations                                                                Franklin American Mortgage Music City, Dec. 30, 5:40 p.m.,
   UDrove Humanitarian, Dec. 18, 4:30 p.m., Boise, Idaho, vs. WAC,               Nashville, Tenn., vs. ACC, ESPN
    ESPN                                                                         AutoZone Liberty, Dec. 31, 2:30 p.m., Memphis, Tenn., vs. C-USA,
   Little Caesars Pizza, Dec. 26, 7:30 p.m., Detroit, Mich., vs. Big Ten,        ESPN
    ESPN                                                                         Chick-fil-A, Dec. 31, 6:30 p.m., Atlanta, Ga., vs. ACC, ESPN
   GMAC, Jan. 6, 7 p.m., Mobile, Ala., vs. Sun Belt, ESPN                       Outback, Jan. 1, 12 p.m., Tampa, Fla., vs. Big Ten, ABC
                                                                                 Capital One, Jan. 1, 12 p.m., Orlando, Fla., vs. Big Ten, ESPN
Mountain West                              CONFERENCE           OVERALL          Gator, Jan. 1, 12:30 p.m., Jacksonville, Fla., vs. Big Ten, ESPN2
Air Force                                      3-0                   5-1         AT&T Cotton, Jan. 7, 7 p.m., Arlington, Texas, vs. Big 12, FOX
*TCU                                           2-0                   6-0         Birmingham, Jan. 8, 11 a.m., Birmingham, Ala., vs. Big East, ESPN
Utah                                           2-0                   5-0
Brigham Young                                  1-1                   2-4     Sun Belt                                   CONFERENCE           OVERALL
UNLV                                           1-1                   1-5     Troy                                           2-0                   3-2
San Diego State                                0-1                   3-2     Florida International                          1-0                   1-4
Wyoming                                        0-2                   2-4     Louisiana-Lafayette                            2-1                   2-3
Colorado State                                 0-2                   1-5     Arkansas State                                 2-2                   2-4
New Mexico                                     0-2                   0-6     Louisiana-Monroe                               1-1                   2-3
Bowl Affiliations                                                            Middle Tennessee                               1-1                   2-3
   New Mexico, Dec. 18, 1 p.m., Albuquerque, N.M., vs. WAC, ESPN            North Texas                                    1-2                   1-5
   MAACO Las Vegas, Dec. 22, 7 p.m., Las Vegas, Nev., Pac-10,               Western Kentucky                               0-1                   0-5
    ESPN                                                                     Florida Atlantic                               0-2                   1-4
   San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia, Dec. 23, 7 p.m., San           Bowl Affiliations
    Diego, Calif., vs. Navy, ESPN                                                R&L Carriers New Orleans, Dec. 18, 8 p.m., New Orleans, La., vs. C-
   AdvoCare V100 Independence, Dec. 27, 4 p.m., Shreveport, La., vs.             USAt, ESPN
    ACC, ESPN2                                                                   GMAC, Jan. 6, 7 p.m., Mobile, Ala., vs. Mid-American, ESPN
   Bell Helicopter Armed Forces, Dec. 30, 11 a.m., Dallas, Texas, vs. C-
    USA, ESPN                                                                WAC                                        CONFERENCE           OVERALL
                                                                             Hawaii                                         2-0                   4-2
Pac-10                                     CONFERENCE           OVERALL      Nevada                                         1-0                   6-0
*Oregon                                        3-0                   6-0     Boise State                                    1-0                   5-0
Oregon State                                   2-0                   3-2     Fresno State                                   1-1                   3-2
Stanford                                       2-1                   5-1     Louisiana Tech                                 1-1                   2-4
Arizona                                        1-1                   4-1     Idaho                                          0-0                   3-2
California                                     1-1                   3-2     New Mexico State                               0-1                   1-4
Washington                                     1-1                   2-3     San Jose State                                 0-1                   1-5
USC                                            1-2                   4-2     Utah State                                     0-2                   2-4
Arizona State                                  1-2                   3-3     Bowl Affiliations
UCLA                                           1-2                   3-3         New Mexico, Dec. 18, 1 p.m., Albuquerque, N.M., vs. Mountain West,
Washington State                               0-3                   1-5          ESPN
Bowl Affiliations, excluding Bowl Championship Series                            UDrove Humanitarian, Dec. 18, 4:30 p.m., Boise, Idaho, vs. MAC,
   MAACO Las Vegas, Dec. 22, 7 p.m., Las Vegas, Nev., vs. Mountain               ESPN
    West, ESPN                                                                   Sheraton Hawaii, Dec. 24, 7 p.m., Honolulu, Hawaii, vs. C-USA,
   Valero Alamo, Dec. 29, 8:15 p.m., San Antonio, Texas, vs. Big 12,             ESPN
    ESPN                                                                         Kraft Fight Hunger, Jan. 9, 8 p.m., San Francisco, Calif., vs. Pac-10,
   Bridgepoint Education Holiday, Dec. 30, 9 p.m., San Diego, Calif., vs.        ESPN
    Big 12, ESPN
   Hyundai Sun, Dec. 31, 1 p.m., El Paso, Texas, vs. ACC, CBS
   Kraft Fight Hunger, Jan. 9, 8 p.m., San Francisco, Calif., vs. WAC,
    ESPN




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                                               2010-2011 Bowl Schedule
                                  (Dates and Times are Tentative and Subject to Change)

Bowl Game                                        Date       Time (CT)       Site                     Matchup                           Network

New Mexico                                       Dec. 18        1 p.m.      Albuquerque, N.M.        Mountain West vs. WAC                ESPN
UDrove Humanitarian                              Dec. 18     4:30 p.m.      Boise, Idaho             MAC vs. WAC                          ESPN
R&L Carriers New Orleans                         Dec. 18        8 p.m.      New Orleans, La.         C-USA vs. Sun Belt                   ESPN
Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg                  Dec. 21         7 p.m.     St. Petersburg, Fla.     Big East vs. C-USA                   ESPN
MAACO Las Vegas                                  Dec. 22         7 p.m.     Las Vegas, Nev.          Mountain West vs. Pac-10             ESPN
San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia         Dec. 23         7 p.m.     San Diego, Calif.        Mountain West vs. Navy               ESPN
Sheraton Hawaii                                  Dec. 24         7 p.m.     Honolulu, Hawaii         C-USA vs. WAC                        ESPN
Little Caesars Pizza                             Dec. 26     7:30 p.m.      Detroit, Mich.           Big Ten vs. Mid-American             ESPN
AdvoCare V100 Independence                       Dec. 27         4 p.m.     Shreveport, La.          ACC vs. Mountain West               ESPN2
Champs Sports                                    Dec. 28     5:30 p.m.      Orlando, Fla.            ACC vs. Big East/Notre Dame          ESPN
Insight                                          Dec. 28        9 p.m.      Tempe, Ariz.             Big Ten vs. Big 12                   ESPN
EagleBank                                        Dec. 29     1:30 p.m.      Washington, D.C.         ACC vs. C-USA                        ESPN
Texas                                            Dec. 29        5 p.m.      Houston, Texas           Big 12 vs. Big Ten                   ESPN
Valero Alamo                                     Dec. 29     8:15 p.m.      San Antonio, Texas       Big 12 vs. Pac-10                    ESPN
Bell Helicopter Armed Forces                     Dec. 30       11 a.m.      Dallas, Texas            C-USA vs. Mountain West              ESPN
New Era Pinstripe                                Dec. 30     2:20 p.m.      New York, N.Y.           Big East vs. Big 12                  ESPN
Franklin American Mortgage Music City            Dec. 30     5:40 p.m.      Nashville, Tenn.         ACC vs. SEC                          ESPN
Bridgepoint Education Holiday                    Dec. 30        9 p.m.      San Diego, Calif.        Big 12 vs. Pac-10                    ESPN
Meineke Car Care                                 Dec. 31       11 a.m.      Charlotte, N.C.          ACC vs. Big East                     ESPN
Hyundai Sun                                      Dec. 31        1 p.m.      El Paso, Texas           Pac-10 vs. ACC                        CBS
AutoZone Liberty                                 Dec. 31     2:30 p.m.      Memphis, Tenn.           C-USA vs. SEC                        ESPN
Chick-fil-A                                      Dec. 31     6:30 p.m.      Atlanta, Ga.             ACC vs. SEC                          ESPN
Dallas Football Classic                          Jan. 1        11 a.m.      Dallas, Texas            Big Ten vs. Big 12/C-USA           ESPNU
Outback                                          Jan. 1        12 p.m.      Tampa, Fla.              Big Ten vs. SEC                      ABC
Capital One                                      Jan. 1        12 p.m.      Orlando, Fla.            Big Ten vs. SEC                     ESPN
Gator                                            Jan. 1     12:30 p.m.      Jacksonville, Fla.       Big Ten vs. SEC                    ESPN2
Rose Bowl Game                                   Jan. 1         4 p.m.      Pasadena, Calif.         *BCS vs. BCS                        ESPN
Tostitos Fiesta                                  Jan. 1      7:30 p.m.      Glendale, Ariz.          *BCS vs. BCS                        ESPN
Discover Orange                                  Jan. 3      7:30 p.m.      Miami, Fla.              *BCS vs. BCS                         ESPN
Allstate Sugar                                   Jan. 4      7:30 p.m.      New Orleans, La.         *BCS vs. BCS                         ESPN
GMAC                                             Jan. 6          7 p.m.     Mobile, Ala.             Sun Belt vs. Mid-American            ESPN
AT&T Cotton                                      Jan. 7          7 p.m.     Arlington, Texas         Big 12 vs. SEC                         FOX
Birmingham                                       Jan. 8        11 a.m.      Birmingham, Ala.         Big East vs. SEC                     ESPN
Kraft Fight Hunger                               Jan. 9          8 p.m.     San Francisco, Calif.    WAC vs. Pac-10                       ESPN
Tostitos BCS National Championship Game          Jan. 10     7:30 p.m.      Glendale, Ariz.          BCS #1 vs. BCS #2                    ESPN


                                                 ESPN Bowl Challenge Cup

Year              Conference               W-L.................. Pct.     Year                Conference              W-L.................. Pct.
2009-2010         Mountain West            4-1................... .800    2004-2005           Mountain West           2-1................... .667
2008-2009         Pacific-10               5-0................. 1,000     2003-2004           Atlantic Coast          5-1................... .833
2007-2008         Mountain West            4-1................... .800    2002-2003           Big Ten                 5-2................... .714
2006-2007         Big East                 5-0................. 1.000
2005-2006         Atlantic Coast           5-3................... .625
                  Big 12                   5-3................... .625




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                                                        2009-2010 Bowl Results
               Through January 7, 34 bowls, 1,769,886 total attendance, 52,055 average, 51.0 points per game

Date, Bowl, Time (CT), Television.....................................................................................Results/Match Up (Attendance)
                                                      Saturday, December 19
New Mexico, University Stadium, Albuquerque, N.M., ESPN ..............................Wyoming 35, Fresno State 28 OT (24,898)
St. Petersburg, Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla., ESPN .................................................... Rutgers 45, UCF 24 (29,763)
                                                       Sunday, December 20
R+L Carriers New Orleans, Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, ESPN.Middle Tennessee 42, Southern Miss 32 (30,228)
                                                      Tuesday, December 22
MAACO Las Vegas, Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, ESPN ............................................BYU 44, Oregon State 20 (40,108)
                                                    Wednesday, December 23
San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia, Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, ESPN .......................Utah 37, Cal 27 (32,655)
                                                     Thursday, December 24
Sheraton Hawaii, Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, ESPN ................................................................... SMU 45, Nevada 10 (32,650)
                                                      Saturday, December 26
Little Caesars Pizza, Ford Field, Detroit, ESPN........................................................................ Marshall 21, Ohio 17 (30,311)
Meineke Car Care, Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, N.C., ESPN ............................. Pitt 19, North Carolina 17 (50,389)
Emerald, AT&T Park, San Francisco, Dec. 26, ESPN................................................... USC 24, Boston College 13 (40,121)
                                                       Sunday, December 27
Gaylord Hotels Music City, LP Field, Nashville, Tenn., ESPN.......................................... Clemson 21, Kentucky 13 (57,280)
                                                       Monday, December 28
AdvoCare V100 Independence, Independence Stadium, Shreveport, La., ESPN2 ....... Georgia 44, Texas A&M 20 (49,653)
                                                      Tuesday, December 29
EagleBank, RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C., ESPN ............................................................... UCLA 30, Temple 21 (23,072)
Champs Sports, Florida Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Fla., ESPN ......................................... Wisconsin 20, Miami, Fla. 14 (56,747)
                                                    Wednesday, December 30
Roady's Humanitarian, Bronco Stadium, Boise, Idaho, ESPN ......................................Idaho 43, Bowling Green 42 (26,726)
Pacific Life Holiday, Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, ESPN ...............................................Nebraska 33, Arizona 0 (64,607)
                                                     Thursday, December 31
Bell Helicopter Armed Forces, Amon G. Carter Stadium, Fort Worth, Texas, ESPNAir Force 47, Houston 20 (41,414)
Brut Sun, Sun Bowl, El Paso, Texas, CBS ...................................................................... Oklahoma 31, Stanford 27 (53,713)
Texas, Reliant Stadium, Houston, ESPN.................................................................................. Navy 35, Missouri 13 (69,441)
Insight, Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, Ariz., NFL Network ..............................................Iowa State 14, Minnesota 13 (45,090)
Chick-fil-A, Georgia Dome, Atlanta, ESPN ..............................................................Virginia Tech 37, Tennessee 14 (73,777)
                                                           Friday, January 1
Outback, Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fla., ESPN ...................................... Auburn 38, Northwestern 35 OT (49,383)
Capital One, Florida Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Fla., ABC............................................................Penn State 19, LSU 17 (63,025)
Konica Minolta Gator, Municipal Stadium, Jacksonville, Fla., CBS ......................Florida State 33, West Virginia 21 (84,129)
Rose Bowl Game presented by Citi, Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif., ABC......................... Ohio State 26, Oregon 17 (93,963)
Allstate Sugar, Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, FOX .................................................Florida 51, Cincinnati 24 (65,207)
                                                         Saturday, January 2
International, Rogers Centre, Toronto, Canada, ESPN2................................................. USF 27, Northern Illinois 3 (22,185)
Papajohns.com, Legion Field, Birmingham, Ala., ESPN .......................................Connecticut 20, South Carolina 7 (45,254)
AT&T Cotton, Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas, FOX.........................................Ole Miss 21, Oklahoma State 7 (77,928)
AutoZone Liberty, Liberty Bowl, Memphis, Tenn., ESPN ....................................Arkansas 20, East Carolina 17 OT (62,742)
Valero Alamo, Alamodome, San Antonio, ESPN.................................................Texas Tech 41, Michigan State 31 (64,757)
                                                          Monday, January 4
Tostitos Fiesta, University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz., FOX .................................Boise State 17, TCU 10 (73,227)
                                                         Tuesday, January 5
FedEx Orange, Land Shark Stadium, Miami, FOX ........................................................... Iowa 24, Georgia Tech 14 (66,131)
                                                       Wednesday January 6
GMAC, Ladd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile, Ala., ESPN ............................................. Central Michigan 44, Troy 41 OT (34,486)
                                                        Thursday, January 7
Citi BCS National Championship Game, Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif., ABC ....................... Alabama 37, Texas 21 (94,906)




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                                                              CURRENT TEXAS BOWL GAMES

SUN BOWL at El Paso                                           SUN BOWL at El Paso                                             COTTON BOWL at Dallas
1-1-35............... El Paso All-Stars 25, Ranger 21         12-31-91 ..................................UCLA 6, Illinois 3   1-1-76 ..........................Arkansas 31, Georgia 10
1-1-36..... H.-Simmons 14, New Mexico State 14                12-31-92 ........................... Baylor 20, Arizona 15      1-1-77 ......................... Houston 30, Maryland 21
1-1-37................... Hardin-Simmons 34, UTEP 6           12-24-93 ...............Oklahoma 41, Texas Tech 10              1-2-78 ........................ Notre Dame 38, Texas 10
1-1-38.................. West Virginia 7, Texas Tech 6        12-30-94 .................Texas 35, North Carolina 31           1-1-79 .....................Notre Dame 35, Houston 34
1-2-39............................ Utah 26, New Mexico 0      12-29-95 ....................... Iowa 38, Washington 18         1-1-80 .........................Houston 17, Nebraska 14
1-1-40........................ Arizona Sate 0, Catholic 0     12-31-96 .............. Stanford 38, Michigan State 0           1-1-81 ...............................Alabama 30, Baylor 2
1-1-41..........Case Reserve 26, Arizona State 13             12-31-97 ...................... Arizona State 17, Iowa 7        1-1-82 ............................. Texas 14, Alabama 12
1-1-42.............................. Tulsa 6, Texas Tech 0    12-31-98 .................................. TCU 28, USC 19      1-1-83 ................................. SMU 7, Pittsburgh 3
1-1-43...............2nd Air Force 13, H.-Simmons 7           12-31-99 ..................... Oregon 24, Minnesota 20          1-2-84 .................................Georgia 10, Texas 9
1-1-44... Southwestern (Texas) 7, New Mexico 0                12-29-00 ........................Wisconsin 21, UCLA 20          1-1-85 ................Boston College 45, Houston 28
1-1-45.........Southwestern 35, Univ. of Mexico. 0            12-31-01 ..............Washington St. 33, Purdue 27             1-1-86 ....................... Texas A&M 36, Auburn 16
1-1-46.......................New Mexico 34, Denver 24         12-31-02 ................... Purdue 34, Washington 24           1-1-87 ......................Ohio St. 28, Texas A&M 12
1-1-47................... Cincinnati 18, Virginia Tech 6      12-31-03 ..................... Minnesota 31, Oregon 30          1-1-88 ................Texas A&M 35, Notre Dame 10
1-1-48...............Miami (Ohio) 13, Texas Tech 12           12-31-04 ................ Arizona State 27, Purdue 23           1-2-89 ...............................UCLA 17, Arkansas 3
1-1-49....................... West Virginia 21, UTEP 12       12-30-05 ...................UCLA 50, Northwestern 38            1-1-90 .....................Tennessee 31, Arkansas 27
1-2-50.........................UTEP 33, Georgetown 20         12-29-06 ............... Oregon State 39, Missouri 38           1-1-91 ...........................Miami (Fla.) 46, Texas 3
1-1-51...........West Texas A&M 14, Cincinnati 13             12-31-07 ................ Oregon 56, South Florida 21           1-1-92 .................... Florida St. 10, Texas A&M 2
1-1-52............. Texas Tech 25, Pacific (Calif.) 14        12-31-08 ................ Oregon State 3, Pittsburgh 0          1-1-93 ..................Notre Dame 28, Texas A&M 3
1-1-53.............Pacific (Cal.) 26, Southern Miss 7         12-31-09 ......................Oklahoma 31, Stanford 7          1-1-94 ................Notre Dame 24, Texas A&M 21
1-1-54.................... UTEP 37, Southern Miss. 14                                                                         1-2-95 ............. So. California 55, Texas Tech 14
1-1-55............................UTEP 47, Florida St. 20     COTTON BOWL at Dallas                                           1-1-96 .............................Colorado 38, Oregon 6
1-2-56.................... Wyoming 21, Texas Tech 14          1-1-37...............................TCU 16, Marquette 6,       1-1-97 .........................BYU 19, Kansas State 15
1-1-57.............. George Washington 13, UTEP 0             1-1-38...............................Rice 28, Colorado 14,      1-1-98 ......................... UCLA 29, Texas A&M 23
1-1-58............................. Louisville 34, Drake 20   1-2-39............ St. Mary’s (Cal.) 20, Tex. Tech 13           1-1-99 ................. Texas 38, Mississippi State 11
12-31-58......... Wyoming 14, Hardin.-Simmons 6               1-1-40................... Clemson 6, Boston College 3           1-1-00 .............................. Arkansas 27, Texas 6
12-31-59....New Mexico State 28, North Texas 8                1-1-41......................TexasA&M 13, Fordham 12             1-1-01 .............. Kansas State 35, Tennessee 21
12-31-60.... New Mexico State 20, Utah State 13               1-1-42..................... Alabama 29, Texas A&M 21            1-1-02 ........................ Oklahoma 10, Arkansas 3
12-30-61................ Villanova 17, Wichita State 9        1-1-43........................ Texas 14, Georgia Tech 7         1-1-03 .................................... Texas 35, LSU 20
12-31-62...............West Texas A&M 15, Ohio 14             1-1-44........................Randolph Field 7, Texas 7         1-2-04 .............. Mississippi 31, Oklahoma St. 28
12-31-63..............................Oregon 21, SMU 14       1-1-45.......................... Oklahoma St. 34, TCU 0         1-1-05 .................. Tennessee 38, Texas A&M, 7
12-26-64...................... Georgia 7, Texas Tech 0        1-1-46.............................. Texas 40, Missouri 27      1-2-06 .................... Alabama 13, Texas Tech 10
12-31-65................................ UTEP 13, TCU 12      1-1-47................................... Arkansas 0, LSU 0     1-1-07 .............................. Auburn 17, Auburn 14
12-24-66...............Wyoming 28, Florida State 20           1-1-48................................Penn St. 13, SMU 13       1-1-08 ........................... Missouri 38, Arkansas 7
12-30-67.........................UTEP 14, Mississippi 7       1-1-49................................. SMU 21, Oregon 13       1-2-09 ................. Mississippi 47, Texas Tech 34
12-28-68..........................Auburn 34, Arizona 10       1-2-50....................... Rice 27, North Carolina 13        1-2-10 ............ Mississippi 21, Oklahoma State 7
12-20-69....................... Nebraska 45, Georgia 6        1-1-51.......................... Tennessee 20, Texas 14
12-19-70........... Georgia Tech 17, Texas Tech 9             1-1-52................................. Kentucky 20, TCU 7      ALAMO BOWL at San Antonio
12-18-71..........................LSU 33, Iowa State 15       1-1-53............................ Texas 16, Tennessee 0        12-31-93 ............................ California 37, Iowa 3
12-30-72........ North Carolina 32, Texas Tech 28             1-1-54.................................. Rice 28, Alabama 6     12-31-94 ................. Washington St. 10, Baylor 3
12-29-73.........................Missouri 34, Auburn 17       1-1-55................... Georgia Tech 14, Arkansas 6           12-28-95 ................ Texas A&M 22, Michigan 20
12-28-74.... Mississippi St. 26, North Carolina 24            1-2-56.............................Mississippi 14, TCU 13       12-29-96 ......................... Iowa 27, Texas Tech 0
12-26-75......................Pittsburgh 33, Kansas 19        1-1-57............................... TCU 28, Syracuse 27       12-30-97 ............ Purdue 33, Oklahoma State 20
1-2-77........................ Texas A&M 37, Florida 14       1-1-58........................................Navy 20, Rice 7   12-29-98 ................ Purdue 37, Kansas State 34
12-31-77............................. Stanford 24, LSU 14     1-1-59................................... Air Force 0, TCU 0    12-28-99 ................... Penn St. 24, Texas A&M 0
12-23-78........................... Texas 42, Maryland 0      1-1-60.............................Syracuse 23, Texas 14        12-30-00 .............Nebraska 66, Northwestern 17
12-22-79....................... Washington 14, Texas 7        1-2-61.................................. Duke 7, Arkansas 6     12-29-01 ....................... Iowa 19, Texas Tech 16
12-27-80........ Nebraska 31, Mississippi State 17            1-1-62............................ Texas 12, Mississippi 7      12-27-02 ................... Wisconsin 31, CU 28 (OT)
12-26-81.................... Oklahoma 40, Houston 14          1-1-63...................................... LSU 13, Texas 0    12-29-03 ............ Nebraska 17, Michigan State 3
12-25-82.................North Carolina 26, Texas 10          1-1-64..................................... Texas 28, Navy 6    12-29-04 ......... Ohio State 33, Oklahoma State 7
12-24-83............................. Alabama 28, SMU 7       1-1-65......................... Arkansas 10, Nebraska 7         12-28-05 ....................Nebraska 32, Michigan 28
12-22-84................. Maryland 28, Tennessee 27           1-1-66................................. LSU 14, Arkansas 7      12-30-06 ................................Texas 26, Iowa 24
12-28-85.........................Arizona 13, Georgia 13       12-31-66 ...............................Georgia 24, SMU 9       12-29-07 ............. Penn State 24, Texas A&M 17
12-25-86...................Alabama 28, Washington 6           1-1-68..................... Texas A&M 20, Alabama 16            12-29-08 ......... Missouri 30, Northwestern 23 OT
12-25-87... Oklahome State 35, West Virginia 33               1-1-69.......................... Texas 36, Tennessee 13         1-2-10 ........... Texas Tech 41, Michigan State 31
12-24-88........................... Alabama 29, Army 28       1-1-70........................ Texas 21, Notre Dame 17
12-30-89............... Pittsburgh 31, Texas A&M 28           1-1-71........................ Notre Dame 24, Texas 11          TEXAS BOWL at Houston
12-31-90.................. Michigan State 17, USC 16          1-1-72................................Penn St. 30, Texas 6      12-27-00 ........ East Carolina. 40, Texas Tech 27
                                                              1-1-73............................. Texas 17, Alabama 13        12-28-01 ......................... Texas A&M 28, TCU 9
                                                              1-1-74.............................. Nebraska 19, Texas 3       12-27-02 . Oklahoma State 33, Southern Miss 23
                                                              1-1-75............................. Penn St. 41, Baylor 20      12-30-03 ...................... Texas Tech 38, Navy 14
                                                                                                                              12-29-04 ......................... Colorado 33, UTEP 28
                                                                                                                              12-31-05 ......................... TCU 27, Iowa State 24
                                                                                                                              12-28-06 ................Rutgers 37, Kansas State 10
                                                                                                                              12-28-07 ............................ TCU 20, Houston 13
                                                                                                                              12-30-08 ..............Rice 38, Western Michigan 14
                                                                                                                              12-31-09 ............................Navy 35, Missouri 13




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                                                                COLLEGE FOOTBALL AWARDS
Davey O'Brien Award - The 33rd Annual Davey O’Brien Awards Dinner was held February 15, 2010 at The Fort Worth Club.
The National Selection Committee, made up of a nationwide panel of sportswriters, commentators and former O’Brien Award
Winners, in conjunction with the O’Brien Fan Vote, named Texas’s Colt McCoy as the 2009 recipient. Case Keenum from
Houston was a semi-finalists for the 2009 award. The Davey O’Brien Foundation was established in 1977 to present the O’Brien
Memorial Trophy, recognizing annually the outstanding college football player in the five southwestern states of Texas,
Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. The award was redirected in 1981 to be national in scope, but limited to the
quarterback position. O’Brien led the TCU Horned Frogs to the 1938 National Championship and was the first player to win the
Heisman, Walter Camp and Maxwell Awards in one season. A high school scholarship program began in 1986, awarding
annually a $20,000 college scholarship to an outstanding senior student-athlete in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Bryan
Bailey (Trinity High School, Euless), who attended the Air Force Academy, won the 1996 award. Since 1977 the Davey O’Brien
Foundation has awarded over $770,000 in scholarships and university grants to help high school and college athletes transform
leadership on the field to leadership in life. For more information, visit www.DaveyOBrien.org.

Heisman Memorial Trophy                                         Davey O’Brien Award                                              Ray Guy Award - Outstanding Punter
2009 ............................... Mark Ingram, Alabama       2009 .....................................Colt McCoy, Texas      2009.................................. Drew Butler, Georgia
2008 ........................... Sam Bradford, Oklahoma         2008 ...........................Sam Bradford, Oklahoma           2008...................... Matt Fodge, Oklahoma State
2007 .....................................Tim Tebow, Florida    2007 .................................... Tim Tebow, Florida     2007.......................Durant Brooks, Georgia tech
2006 ............................... Troy Smith, Ohio State     2006 ............................... Troy Smith, Ohio State      2006............................Daniel Sepulveda, Baylor
2005 ..................................... Reggie Bush, USC     2005 ................................... Vince Young, Texas      2005.................Ryan Plackemeier, Wake Forest
2004 .......................................Matt Leinart, USC   2004 ............................. Jason White, Oklahoma         2004............................Daniel Sepulveda, Baylor

Maxwell Award                                                   Doak Walker Award - National Runningback                         Vince Lombardi/Rotary Award - Outstanding
2009 ..................................... Colt McCoy, Texas    Award                                                            Lineman
2008 .....................................Tim Tebow, Florida    2009 ...............................Toby Gerhart, Stanford       2009........................ Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska
2007 .....................................Tim Tebow, Florida    2008 .................................. Shonn Greene, Iowa       2008................................... Brian Orakpo, Texas
2006 .......................... Brady Quinn, Notre Dame         2007 ......................Darren McFadden, Arkansas             2007..................................... Glenn Dorsey, LSU
2005 ................................... Vince Young, Texas     2006 ......................Darren McFadden, Arkansas             2006........................ LaMarr Woodley, Michigan
2004 ............................. Jason White, Oklahoma        2005 ..................................... Reggie Bush, USC      2005................................ A.J. Hawk, Ohio State
                                                                2004 ............................... Cedric Benson, Texas        2004............................... David Pollack, Georgia
Walter Camp Award
2009 ..................................... Colt McCoy, Texas    Fred Biletnikoff Award - Outstanding Wide                        Ted Hendricks Award - Defensive End of the
2008 ..................................... Colt McCoy, Texas    Receiver                                                         Year Award
2007 ...................... Darren McFadden, Arkansas           2009 .......................... Golden Tate, Notre Dame          2009..................................... Jerry Hughes, TCU
2006 ............................... Troy Smith, Ohio State     2008 ........................ Mike Crabtree, Texas Tech          2008................................... Brian Orakpo, Texas
2005 ..................................... Reggie Bush, USC     2007 ........................ Mike Crabtree, Texas Tech          2007.....................................Chris Long, Virginia
2004 .......................................Matt Leinart, USC   2006 .................. Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech             2006......................... LaMarr Woodley, Michigan
                                                                2005 .......................... Mike Hass, Oregon State          2005.............................Elvis Dumervil, Louisville
Dick Butkus Award - Outstanding Linebacker                      2004 ....................... Braylon Edwards, Michigan           2004............................... David Pollack, Georgia
2009 ........................ Rolando McClain, Alabama
2008 .......................... Aaron Curry, Wake Forest        Jim Thorpe Award - Outstanding Defensive                         Rimington Trophy - Outstanding Center
2007 ..................... James Laurinaitis, Ohio State        Back                                                             2009..........................Maurkice Pouncey, Florida
2006 ...........................Patrick Willis, Mississippe     2009 ................................Eric Berry, Tennessee       2008........................... A. Q. Shipley, Penn State
2005 ....................... Paul Posluszny, Penn State         2008 ...................... Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State          2007...........................Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas
2004 .............................. Derrick Johnson, Texas      2007 ..............................Antoine Cason, Arizona        2006...........................Dan Mozes, West Virginia
                                                                2006 .....................................Aaron Ross, Texas      2005............................Greg Eslinger, Minnesota
Outland Trophy - Outstanding Interior                           2005 ................................... Michael Huff, Texas     2004...................................`Ben Wilkerson, LSU
Lineman                                                         2004 ...............................Carlos Rogers, Auburn
2009 ........................Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska                                                                             The Home Depot Coach of the Year Award
                                                                John Mackey Award - Outstanding Tight End
2008 ................................Andre Smith, Alabama                                                                        2009................................. Brian Kelly, Cincinnati
                                                                2009 .......................... Aaron Hernandez, Florida
2007 .....................................Glenn Dorsey, LSU                                                                      2008................................. Nick Saban, Alabama
                                                                2008 ........................... Chase Coffman, Missouri
2006 ............................. Joe Thomas, Wisconsin                                                                         2007............................... Mark Mangino, Kansas
                                                                2007 ........................................ Fred Davis, USC
2005 ........................... Greg Eslinger, Minnesota                                                                        2006............................... Greg Schiano, Rutgers
                                                                2006 ............................. Matt Spaeth, Minnesota
2004 ..........................Jammal Brown, Oklahoma                                                                            2005............................ Joe Paterno, Penn State
                                                                2005 ..............................Marcedes Lewis, UCLA
                                                                                                                                 2004......................................Urban Meyer, Utah
                                                                2004 .................................. Heath Miller, Virginia
Chuck Bednarik Award - Defensive Player of
the Year                                                        Lou Groza Award - Collegiate Placekicker                         The NCFAA Contribution to College Football
2009 ........................Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska            Award                                                            Award
2008 ...................................Rey Maualuga, USC       2009 ..................................... Kai Forbath, UCLA     2009..................................LaVell Edwards, BYU
2007 .............................Dan Connor, Penn State        2008 ...................... Graham Gano, Florida State           2008......................Bobby Bowden, Florida State
2006 ....................... Paul Posluszny, Penn State         2007 ................... Thomas Weber, Arizona State             2007.............................. Frank Boyles, Arkansas
2005 ....................... Paul Posluszny, Penn State         2006 ............................. Art Carmody, Louisville       2006............................................. Chuck Neinas
2004 ............................... David Pollack, Georgia     2005 ........................ Alexis Serna, Oregon State         2005..............................................Tom Osborne
                                                                2004 ............................ Mike Nugent, Ohio State        2004.............................................. Vince Dooley
Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award -
                                                                Bronko Nagurski Award - Defensive Player
Outstanding Sr. QB                                                                                                               Disney's Wide World of Sports Spirit Award
                                                                of the Year
2009 ..................................... Colt McCoy, Texas                                                                     2009.................... Mark Herzlich, Boston College
                                                                2009 ....................... Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska
2008 ...................... Graham Harrell, Texas Tech                                                                           2008..................................... Tim Tebow, Florida
                                                                2008 .................................. Brian Orakpo, Texas
2007 ......................... Matt Ryan, Boston College                                                                         2007................................Zerbin Singleton, Navy
                                                                2007 .................................... Glenn Dorsey, LSU
2006 .......................... Brady Quinn, Notre Dame                                                                          2006........................... Patrick Hughes, Louisville
                                                                2006 .................... James Laurinaitis, Ohio State
2005 .......................................Matt Leinart, USC                                                                    2005........................................ Tulane University
                                                                2005 ............................Elvis Dumervil, Louisville
2004 ............................. Jason White, Oklahoma                                                                         2004..........................Tim Frisby, South Carolina
                                                                2004 ............................. Derrick Johnson, Texas

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