GMAC Bowl Tickets for Sale
This season Troy will play Central Michigan on January 6, 2010. The Troy Trojans went 8-0 in Sun Belt conference play and 9-3 overall. They struggled against big-name schools like Florida and Arkansas, but were able to hold their own against schools in their conference. They move the ball through the air for 331 yards a game. Quarterback Larry Brown threw for 3,868 yards, 22 touchdowns, and only 9 interceptions in the season. His favorite target was Jerrel Jernigan, who caught 62 balls for 947 yards.
The Central Michigan Chippewas did not make the ESPN Top 25, but finished the season as number 25 in the AP poll. They went 8-0 in the Mid-American Conference and 11-2 overall. Senior quarterback Dan LeFevour threw for 3,043 yards, 27 touchdowns, and six interceptions during the regular season. He has been stellar his entire college career and looks to end it with a win. His main target is Antonio Brown. Brown caught 97 passes for 1,020 yards and nine touchdowns. The team throws the ball so much that LeFevour also leads the team in carries (174), rushing yards (701), and rushing touchdowns (14). The team may not average as many yards, but this is just as dangerous a team.
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The GMAC Bowl has been played at the Ladd Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama since 1999 when it was known as the Mobile Alabama Bowl. That first bowl and the nine others to follow brought a team from Conference USA and a team from the Mid-American Conference or the Western Athletic Conference to play. The first game was won by TCU 48-14 over East Carolina.
The bowl game has enjoyed a January billing since 2007. Traditionally it has been played the day before the BCS National Championship game. Tulsa won the 2009 game 45 to 13 over Ball State. It was the second consecutive win for the school. Marshall repeated as champions earlier in the bowl's history, beating East Carolina 64-61 in two overtimes in 2001 and Louisville 38 to 15 in 2002.