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EagleBank To Title Sponsor New College Football Bowl In DC
Published September 11, 2008
WHO'S IN? In DC, Paul Tenorio reports Navy "will serve as the home team this year and will be paired with a school from the [ACC], provided the teams have the .500 records necessary to be bowl-eligible." DC Sports & Entertainment Commission Stadium Manager Troy Scott said that while RFK "has not hosted a football game since '01," the stadium is "equipped to handle the game." Scott: "When we had our field resurfaced after baseball left, we made sure we had enough grass in place we could actually host a football game." Tenorio notes FedEx Field was "not considered because of its size -- it can hold just more than 90,000 people, and the committee is aiming for an attendance of around 34,000 this year" (WASHINGTON POST, 9/11).