Brady Amack

Brady  Amack


Pleasanton, CA

High School:
De La Salle

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 227



Air Force Football Military Bowl Game Notes

Falcons take on Toledo on Dec. 28 in Washington D.C. Game to be televised by ESPN.


Air Force has seven players honored on all-conference team

Safety Davis, specialist Herrington and offensive lineman Wallerstein named first-team.


Falcon Football wraps up regular season at Colorado State

Falcons looking to get bowl-eligible with win.


Air Force Defeats UNLV 45-17

Asher Clark rushed for a career-high 169 yards as the Falcons improved to 6-5 overall and 2-4 in the league


Air Force Football Hosts UNLV in Home Finale

Falcons to honor 28 seniors prior to kickoff.


Air Force vs. UNLV

Air Force vs. UNLV


Air Force vs. Boise State

Air Force vs. Boise State Photo Gallery


Colorado State vs. Air Force - Oct. 9, 2010

Colorado State vs. Air Force - Oct. 9, 2010


No. 25 Falcons Air It Out to Top Colorado State 49-27

Air Force 49, Colorado State 27 Saturday, October 9, 2010 Colorado Springs, Co.

2010 (Junior) - Played in 12 games, starting all 12 ... missed the UNLV game due to injury, but returned for the bowl game ... third on the team in tackles with 82 ... also had 4.5 tackles for loss for nine yards and 1.5 sacks ... tied for the team lead with three 10-plus tackle games ... game-high 13 tackles at Army ... career-high 15 tackles vs. Utah ... his 15 stops tied as the most by a Falcon ... 10 tackles at Oklahoma to mark his first-career game with double figures in tackles ... seven tackles in his first-career start vs. Northwestern ... also had 1.5 sacks and his first-career interception, returning it 50 yards.

2009 (Sophomore) - Played in 12 games ... recorded 15 total tackles, including eight unassisted ... had a season-high four tackles vs. Nicholls State ... three tackles at New Mexico ... led the team in special teams tackles with nine, including a team-best six unassisted.

2008 (Freshman) - Played in two games, seeing action vs. Southern Utah and Army ... was not credited with any statistics ... made the bowl travel team, but didn't play in the game.

High School - Lettered three years in football ... named an all-state underclassman as a sophomore and junior ... all-state linebacker as a senior ... named the Contra Costa Times player of the year as a senior ... San Francisco Chronicle regional player of the year ... team captain ... team MVP as a senior ... helped team to the CIF Division I state championship as a senior ... team was the runner up the year prior ... was awarded the school's Bruce Wilhelmy Leadership Award ... high school football coach was Bob Ladouceur.

Personal - Son of Craig and Dana Amack ... siblings include Andrew, Lani, Kenzie and Stephanie ... member of cadet squadron 16 ... this past summer, completed the powered flight program and also worked the assault course during Basic Cadet Training ... on the athletic's list every semester ... is an element leader and athletic NCO in his squadron ... his brother, Andrew, is a graduate of the Air Force Academy ... majoring in systems engineering management ... hobbies include snowboarding and fishing ... was home schooled ... credits his family as having the greatest influence on his life and his brother because "I learned how much I hate losing" ... favorite food is Chipotle ... both parents are physical therapists ... favorite class is biology ... greatest moment in sports was winning the bowl game last season ... favorite athlete is his little sister, Stephanie, because "she is crazy good at soccer" ... sister played for the U.S. U-15 National Soccer Team ... one word to describe him is "active" ... favorite NFL team is the Oakland Raiders ... long-term goal is to go to pilot training.

Amack Career Statistics

Year Games Unassisted/Assisted Tackles TFL Sacks Int FF/R
2010 12 48-34 82 4.5-9 1.5-5 1 0/0
2009 12 8-7 15 0 0.0 0 0/0
2008 2 0-0 0 0 0.0 0 0/0
Total 26 56-41 97 4.5-9 1.5-5 1 0/0
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