MOBILE, AL. Former University of Colorado head football coach Bill McCartney will be in Mobile during “GMAC Bowl Week festivities” as the guest speaker at the Cellular South Fellowship of Christian Athletes Breakfast on Monday, December 19. McCartney will address local high school FCA groups, GMAC Bowl Sponsors and both participating bowl teams at the
MOBILE, AL- Pro Football Hall of Fame Quarterback, Terry Bradshaw, will be in Mobile as the featured guest speaker for the GMAC Financial Services Mayor’s Luncheon on Tuesday, December 20th, 2005 at the Mobile Convention Center beginning at 12:00 noon. The Luncheon is one of several events that take place during the week leading up
Bowling Green 52 – Memphis 35 MOBILE, Ala. (AP) Omar Jacobs went from Bowling Green’s question mark to the Mid-American Conference’s latest star quarterback. Jacobs capped a marvelous sophomore season by passing for 365 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Falcons to a 52-35 victory over Memphis on Wednesday night in the GMAC Bowl.
Miami of Ohio 49 – Louisville 28 Ben Roethlisberger ended his college career in style. Roethlisberger passed for 376 yards and four first-half touchdowns to lead No. 14 Miami of Ohio to a 49-28 victory over Louisville in the GMAC Bowl on Thursday night before announcing his decision to leave school early for the NFL.
Marshall 38 – Louisville 15 MOBILE, Ala. – Byron Leftwich and Marshall didn’t need a miracle comeback this time in the GMAC Bowl. Leftwich became the first player in Division I-A history to throw four touchdown passes in two bowl games, leading Marshall to a 38-15 victory over Louisville on Wednesday night. Marshall (11-2) won