BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL
Fort Worth, Texas

Date: December 29, 2012
Time: 10:45 a.m. CST
Stadium: Amon G. Carter Stadium (45,000)
Network: ESPN
Opponent: TBD
Executive Director: Brant Ringler
Operations & Events: Anne Rector
Sales and Marketing: Hope Lockett
Ticket Operations: Trisha Branch
Phone: 817/810-0012
FAX: 817/810-0252

Mailing Address: 505 Main Street, Suite 270
Fort Worth, TX 76102

Media Relations Director: Tim Simmons
Phone: 303/678-8484
Website: www.armedforcesbowl.com

Past Results:
2011 - BYU 24, Tulsa 21
2010 - Army 16, SMU 14
2009 - Air Force 47, Houston 20
2008 - Houston 34, Air Force 28
2007 - California 42, Air Force 36
2006 - Utah 25, Tulsa 13
2005 - Kansas 42, Houston 13
2004 - Cincinnati 32, Marshall 14
2003 - Boise State 34, TCU 31

BOWL NOTES The Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl celebrates its 10th Anniversary in 2012 and Conference USA has been a part of the game in all but one year of the bowl's existence…This year's game returns to the completely-renovated Amon G. Carter Stadium on TCU's campus. C-USA's representative will face an at-large selection in 2012….Last season, BYU scored with 11 seconds remaining to knock off Tulsa in one of the most exciting finishes of the entire bowl season….in 2010, Army held off SMU, 16-14 as the Mustangs made back-to-back bowl appearances for the first time since 1983-84…During the 2008 and 2009 seasons, Houston faced Air Force in the Fort Worth Texas game twice, with each school winning once….Conference USA was a part of the first four Armed Forces Bowls (known as the Fort Worth Bowl during its first three years)….Tulsa appeared in the 2006 game, losing to Utah….Houston also represented C-USA in the 2005 game, falling to Big 12 foe Kansas….The 2004 game featured a matchup of current and future C-USA members as Cincinnati posted a 32-14 win over Marshall in what proved to be the final game for Thundering Herd head coach Bob Pruett, who retired several weeks after the game….The inaugural game in 2003 featured a battle of Top 20 Teams when No. 19 TCU battled No. 16 Boise State. The Broncos won the game, 34-31, in one of the highest scoring games of the 2003-2004 bowl season.

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