Jan. 13, 2014
BOCA RATON, Fla. – Florida Atlantic University’s senior defensive lineman Cory Henry and linebacker Adarius Glanton competed in the inaugural 2014 Medal of Honor Bowl in Charleston, SC on Jan. 11, 2014. The Medal of Honor Game is a collegiate All-Star event held on the Campus of the Citadel.
Glanton and Henry played for the National Team and both recorded tackles for negative yards that contributed to a 2.6 yards per carry average for the American Team. Glanton finished the game with five tackles, one for a loss, and one pass break-up. Henry had one tackle that resulted in a loss of a yard.
Henry ended his career as the program’s all-time sack leader with 16, recording two and a half sacks in the annual game against FIU, and earning Most Outstanding Player of the 2013 Shula Bowl. Glanton recorded 75 tackles in 2013including eight for a loss and two and a half sacks for a loss of 20 yards. Glanton was also awarded the Ramon Rickards “Bone Award” given to the team’s hardest hitter.
The duo join a list of 14 Owls who have played in post-season all-star games beginning with Jared Allen, currently on the football staff, and Chris Laskowski in 2004 and the last FAU player to participate in a bowl game was Alfred Morris in 2011.