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Armed Forces Bowl

The Armed Forces Bowl features a Conference USA (C-USA) representative against a representative from the Mountain West Conference (MWC). Held in Fort Worth, Texas, on the campus of TCU, the Armed Forces Bowl is played at Amon G. Carter Stadium. The Armed Forces Bowl began in 2003 as the Fort Worth Bowl and was sponsoired by PlainsCapital Bank in 2003 & 2004 and today is sponsored by Bell Helicopter. The 2008 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl will feature Air Force for the second season in a row as they face the Houston Cougars of Conference USA.



2013 Armed Forces Bowl
Navy 24 - MTSU 6
December 30
11:00 am
ESPN
2012 Armed Forces Bowl
Rice 33 - Air Force 14
December 29
11:45 am
ESPN
2011 Armed Forces Bowl
BYU 24 - Tulsa 21
December 30
12 noon
ESPN
2010 Armed Forces Bowl
Army 16 - SMU 14
December 30
12 noon
ESPN
2009 Armed Forces Bowl

Air Force 47 - Houston 20

Dec. 31, 2009
ESPN
12 noon
2008 Armed Forces Bowl
Houston 34 - Air Force 28
Dec. 31, 2008
ESPN
12 pm ET
2007 Armed Forces Bowl
California 42 - Air Force 36
Dec. 31, 2007
ESPN
2006 Armed Forces Bowl
Utah 25 - Tulsa 13
Dec. 23, 2006
ESPN
2005 Fort Worth Bowl
Kansas 42 - Houston 13
Dec. 23, 2005
ESPN
2004 Fort Worth Bowl
Cincinnati 32 - Marshall 14
Dec. 23, 2004
ESPN
2003 Fort Worth Bowl
Boise State 34 - TCU 31
Dec. 23, 2003
ESPN


 

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