Top American D-III college players meet Mexico’s best in today’s 41st Aztec Bowl
Look for a high powered offense and solid defense as Team USA All-American Eagles take on the ONEFA All-Stars from the Mexico University system in the Tazon Azteca XLI (Aztec Bowl 41) today, November 29th, 2014 in Chihuahua, Mexico.
The Aztec Bowl is an NCAA-sanctioned college post-season bowl game and has been played intermittently since 1950.
The All-American Eagles team has been selected by 360 Sports and Events/All-American Bowl Executive Director Terry Sullivan and have been nominated by head coaches from colleges throughout the United States to participate in the 41st Aztec Bowl.
The All-American Eagles will look to defend their three-game win streak. They won previously in 2011, 28-14 in Chihuahua, Mexico, in 2012 49-26 in Monterrey, Mexico, and in 2013 a 30-15 win in Mexico City. The Eagles hope to continue their recent dominance of ONEFA Mexican National College All-Stars with the leadership of returning Head Coach Frank Haege and top NCAA Division III college players from all over the United States.
In addition to the great players and coaches, four outstanding NFL Players will be join Team USA All American Eagles in Chihuahua as football ambassadors, they are former Dallas Cowboys Leonard Davis as well as Rolando Cantu, Damien Anderson, Anthony Clement all from the Arizona Cardinals.
Here a just a few of forty-two standouts who will play for Team USA All American Eagles.
#15 quarterback Robert Partridge, Hiram College, School Record Single season passing leader and leads the NCAA in passing yards; Central States Physical #1 quarterback Mike Wilson; Fade Oluokun, linebacker, Washington University All Conference is up for Player of the Year; Andrew Mrozek wide receiver, Brockport State All American and School record Career Touchdown receptions; Zach Hunnewell offensive lineman Utica College PreSeason All American and linebacker Daryl Young Sul Ross 2014 ASC First Team All-Conference.
Check out the entire Team USA roster here
The Head Coach for the All American Eagles is Frank Haege – Augsburg College six year Head Coach and nine year professional head coach. At Augsburg, Haege’s offense helped produce an NCAA career record with receiver Scott Hvistendahl, who surpassed Jerry Rice for the NCAA career receiving record.
Haege was a professional coach in the Arena Football League with the New Jersey Gladiators and head coached the Quad Cities Steamwheelers to a 13-0 season and 28 game win streak. Haege will be assisted by six outstanding coaches from colleges around the USA and Mexico.
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