Bowl Games Include 10 Members of 1999 GTE Academic All-America Football Team

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STAMFORD, Conn. - Of the 24 players named to the recently announced 1999 GTE Academic All-America Football Team, 10 players are from Division I-A teams participating in post-season bowl games, including quarterback Chad Pennington of Marshall, who was named 1999 GTE Academic All-America Team Member of the Year.

Following is a list of the players, including their position, school, bowl game, class, GPA and major:

Name/Pos.SchoolBowl GameYr.GPA/Major
Mark Baniewicz, OLSyracuseMusic CityGrad.3.83/Finance
Mike Brown, DBNebraskaFiestaSr.3.24/Business Administration
Dan Dyke, PGeorgia TechGatorSo.4.00/Aerospace Engineering
Travis Forney, PKPenn St.AlamoSr.3.79/Elementary & Kindergarten Education
Chad Pennington, QBMarshallMotor CitySr.3.80/Broadcast Journalism
Rob Renes, DLMichiganOrangeGrad.3.55/Secondary Ed./German & Social Studies
Kyle Vanden Bosch,DLNebraskaFiestaJr.3.78/Business Administration
Troy Walters, WRStanfordRoseSr.3.21/Communications
Josh Whitman, TEIllinoisMicronpc.comJr.3.97/Business Administration
Kyle Young, OLClemsonPeachSr.3.96/Secondary Education

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