ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN SPORTS) – /CureBowl.com/ – As a part of the AutoNation Cure Bowl benefitting BCRF, executive director Alan Gooch awarded Georgia State safety Bryan Williams, Western Kentucky offensive lineman Witt and WKMG’s Jamie Seh with Community Service Soldier Medallions. The trio of soldiers were recognized on Tuesday at the AutoNation Cure Bowl Press Conference at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort Convention Center.
The recipients of the medals led their squads through their activities in the community. These individuals’ values stand in line with the AutoNation Cure Bowl’s cause – bringing teams together to find a cure for cancer.
Williams, a sixth-year senior, has been a mainstay as a Panthers’ defensive back. The Miami, Fla., native has totaled 57 tackles and intercepted a team-high four passes this season.
Witt has made an impact with the Hilltoppers as the year progressed. The first-year offensive lineman has started the last five games at right guard. The Joliet, Ill., native was also named to the Conference USA All-Academic Team.
Seh, the lead sports anchor at WKMG, has volunteered her time with the Cure Bowl, since it was founded in 2008. She has been an advocate for the bowl’s cause throughout the Orlando community and serves as the sideline reporter for the national radio broadcast.
The third-annual AutoNation Cure Bowl presented by Florida Hospital kicks off on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. on CBS Sports Network. Locally, fans can listen to the national radio broadcast on iHeart Media’s Real Radio 104.1 FM.