Posted December 02, 2012 on AP on Fox
The Armed Forces Bowl is going back to its first home for its 10th game, featuring two teams that used to be coached by Ken Hatfield. Air Force (6-6) is playing in the Air Forces Bowl for the fourth time, and will face Rice (6-6) on Dec. 29 at TCU's completely redone stadium. After being played the last two years on the SMU campus, the Armed Forces Bowl is returning to Fort Worth. The stadium on the TCU has undergone a $164 million rebuild since the bowl, which debuted in 2003, was last played there in 2009. ''They do such a super job of creating different opportunities and experiences for your guys that it actually seems like quite a while since we have been there,'' Air Force coach Troy Calhoun said. ''So we are excited. Great food; great, great hospitality and I look forward to playing in a terrific venue with the upgrades that have been made there too.'' Air Force accepted an invitation to return to Fort Worth right after getting its sixth...
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