Military Bowl Prepper

Military Bowl History (formerly known as EagleBank Bowl)
Monday, December 28, 2015 at Annapolis, MD
Pittsburgh (8-4) vs. #21 Navy (10-2)

TV Broadcast Crew: Eamon McAnaney, Rocky Boiman, Quint Kessenich (ESPN)
Radio Broadcast Crew: John Brickley, Mike Golic, Mike Golic Jr. (ESPN Radio)

Pittsburgh Trends
…Pitt has won just once in their last four outings in the post-season since winning two straight over North Carolina and Kentucky in 2009 and 2010.

Navy Trends
…The Midshipmen have won their last two bowl appearances since dropping five of their previous six post-season contests.

Last Five Military Bowls (formerly EagleBank Bowl)
Dec. 27, 2014 – Virginia Tech 33 Cincinnati 17
Dec. 27, 2013 – Marshall 31 Maryland 20
Dec. 27, 2012 – San Jose State 29 Bowling Green 20
Dec. 28, 2011 – Toledo 42 Air Force 41
Dec. 29, 2010 – Maryland 51 East Carolina 20

Military Bowl Trends
…The winner of the Military Bowl each of the seven years has scored 29 points or more.

Pittsburgh’s History in Military Bowl
First Appearance

Navy’s History in Military Bowl
2008: lost to Wake Forest, 29-19

Most Appearances in Military Bowl thru 2016
Navy – 2
Maryland – 2

Military Bowl Records
Most Rushing Yards: Da’Rel Scott (Maryland, 2010) – 200
Most Rushing Touchdowns: D.J. Adams (Maryland, 2010) – 4
Most Passing Yards: David Fales (San Jose State, 2012) – 386
Most Passing Touchdowns: Terrance Owens (Toledo, 2011) & Rakeem Cato (Maryland, 2013) – 3
Most Receptions: Eric Page (Toledo, 2011) – 13
Most Receiving Yards: Lance Lewis (East Carolina, 2010) – 137
Most Receiving Touchdowns: Bernard Reedy (Toledo, 2011) – 3

Notable MVPs of the Military Bowl
2013: Rakeem Cato, QB/Marshall

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