Army 31 -- Tulane 28
I did not have the opportunity to attend the game yesterday, but I understand it was amazing.
Here is the link for the Go Army Sports info on the game GoArmySports.com
Sorry for the delay in adding this information so late, but here is the link to John Feinstein's column on Army's win over Tulane. Feinstein's Findings
As many of you are aware, Army became bowl eligible after the win yesterday over Temple. Below is the email that Frank Brunner sent out regarding the Armed Forces Bowl.
1. That was some game today! How about that come from behind drive with less than 2 minutes to send the game into OT and then getting the win in OT!!!!
2. With this game being Win #6, the Armed Forces Bowl extended an invitation and we accepted!
3. It is important to know that Bowl game tickets should be purchased through the Army Ticket Office when they become available. Future Bowl game opportunities are partially influenced by ticket sales made from the Academy’s allotment. Bowl committees gauge team support by scrutinizing ticket sales and the strength of ticket sales can often be the difference maker in which teams get the official Bowl invitation.
I am told that more info regarding Bowl tickets and the AFC’s involvement in Bowl Game activities will be forthcoming soon.
4. The AFC Board will also make some decisions regarding potential ticket packages, hotel room blocks and Tailgate plans. Stay tuned.
5. Most importantly let’s keep focused on the CIC trophy with a win over the AFA and Navy!
Beat Air Force!
Go Army! We Beat Navy!
Dick Hall, Walt Rittger, and Pauline