Medal of Honor Bowl media roundup

The participation of inside linebacker Michael Gruber and head coach Paul Hamilton in the Medal of Honor Bowl, a high-profile collegiate all-star game in Charleston, South Carolina, has garnered significant media attention for the Tornados.

The game will be nationally televised on NBC Sports Network on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Gruber will showcase his skills alongside talented players, over 40 of which hail from ACC and SEC schools alone. Hamilton will coach the running backs for the American Team after Brevard's best rushing season in school history.

Below is a listing of stories released this week surrounding the Tornados in the Medal of Honor Bowl.

The (Walterboro, S.C.) Colletonian: Just in...Michael  Gruber selected to play in 2015 Medal of Honor Bowl at Johnson Hagood Stadium

WLOS-TV (Asheville): Two area collegians in Medal of Honor Bowl

WCSC-TV (Charleston, S.C.): Dorchester Academy alum Michael  Gruber at the Medal of Honor Bowl

(Asheville) Citizen-Times: Brevard College's Gruber to play in bowl game

WCIV-TV (Charleston, S.C.): Athlete of the Week: Dorchester Academy's Michael  Gruber

The (Charleston, S.C.) Post and Courier: At the Medal of Honor Bowl, the ABCs of what you can see

WACH-TV (Columbia, S.C.): Medal of Honor Bowl Practice Highlights

The (Orangeburg, S.C.) Times and Democrat: Jeffries' American Team has local ties

WCSC-TV (Charleston, S.C.): Lowcountry native Michael  Gruber to play in Medal of Honor Bowl

The (Charleston, S.C.) Post and Courier: Medal of Honor Bowl attendance doubles as National Team wins

The (Orangeburg, S.C.) Times and Democrat: Medal of Honor Bowl Michael  Gruber (photo)

High School Sports Report: Michael  Gruber thankful for opportunity to play in MOH Bowl

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