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- ArmySports.com Staff | InsideArmySports.com09/11/2015
The second game of the year matches the Army West Point Black Knights (Sagarin 142, 0-1) and the University of Connecticut Huskies (Sagarin 112, 1-0.) UCONN leads the all-time series 4-2, but Army West Point beat the Huskies last year at Yankee Stadium 35-21.
- Don Yates | MidsDaily.com04/26/2015
Kameron Pickett (North Gwinnett HS; GA) is a rising senior who already has 11 offers. Two of the schools that have offered him are Army and Navy. Look inside to get an update on Pickett and his interest in the two academies.
- Richard Stover | MidsDaily.com08/18/2014
Nick Czar, a 6-foot-3, 265-pound defensive lineman out of Highland, Ill., in the Greater St. Louis metropolitan area, made a late-summer decision to switch his commitment to the U.S. Naval Academy. As a junior, Czar had made a verbal commitment to former Army coach Rich Ellerson but after a visit taking in both seminars over the summer at Navy and West Point, Czar decided on Navy.
- Matt Zemek | MidsDaily.com08/14/2014
After a long and epic journey through the schedule we have arrived at the final game of the season. Navy will once again take on Army to finish up the year and the Mids will be hoping that they are on the brink of a double digit win season and a Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy by this point. Here are the danger men who Navy will have to watch out for no matter what is at stake.
- Richard Stover | MidsDaily.com07/07/2014
Known for beautiful golf courses and gated communities, Palm Beach Gardens also sits squarely in the middle of the South Florida area's D-1 football talent pool. Both Navy and Army are trying to scoop up Milord Juste, a 6-foot-1, 250-pound defensive lineman, who has shone for the Gators at Palm Beach High School the past two seasons.
- Richard Stover | MidsDaily.com06/10/2014
It was an exciting week for Brenndan Johnson of Reicher Catholic High School in Waco, Texas. The 5-foot-11, 172-pound defensive back received one expected offer from Navy and one unexpected offer from Army. Then Johnson received a third offer from in-state Stephen F. Austin by week's end.
- Matt Zemek | MidsDaily.com12/13/2013
The 2001 Army-Navy Game was played roughly three months after the September 11 tragedy that shattered a nation and unleashed waves of grief across these United States. Three months might not amount to much, but they certainly offer the human heart more time to breathe than the eight days that existed between Nov. 22 and Nov. 30 of 1963.
- Matt Zemek | MidsDaily.com11/10/2013
Navy's offense set a high standard against Notre Dame, and it promptly matched it in a mature and steady display against Hawaii. That welcome development formed the highlight of the past weekend in the realm of service academy football.
- Matt Zemek | MidsDaily.com11/03/2013
The Navy Midshipmen covered themselves in glory on Saturday in South Bend, but didn't bask in the glow of victory. The Air Force Falcons played their best game of the season against the Army Black Knights, and were rewarded with a sweet triumph after two months of pain and frustration. Sometimes, a team's best is good enough. Sometimes, it isn't. This is why we watch. This is why we care.
- Matt Zemek | MidsDaily.com10/16/2013
It will always be true that turnovers frequently determine the outcomes of football games and, by extension, the trajectory of teams' seasons. Army's journey through autumn is improving for this reason, while Navy's season is headed in the wrong direction. Can Army maintain its winning ways, and can Navy steady the ship when it moves the ball into an opponent's red zone?
- Matt Zemek | MidsDaily.com09/09/2013
This past Saturday in Bloomington, Ind., the eleven men who comprise the starting offense for the Navy football team were able to experience one of the most supremely satisfying feelings in sports. Read more about Navy's win over Indiana in this review of the FBS service academies for week two.
- Bryan Doherty | MidsDaily.com07/01/2013
Navy regularly found a way under Paul Johnson to escape the clutches of the Air Force Academy. This was never more apparent than when the Midshipmen rallied in the fourth quarter to foil the Falcons in 2005.
- Bryan Doherty | MidsDaily.com05/22/2013
While the NFL and many other college programs are doing their best to kill the fullback position on the football field, these triple-option offenses still feature them. As we head into 2013, while these guys may not have eye-popping statistics, they will play key roles in keeping the engine going for academy offenses. Here are five fullbacks to watch:
- Bryan Doherty | MidsDaily.com04/30/2013
You're not going to find many pass catchers in these triple-option offenses that put up big receiving numbers. Beyond the fact that passes are thrown at a minimum, none of the academy teams possess the Calvin Johnson or Demaryius Thomas types the college football world has seen at Georgia Tech. Yet, here are five receivers that will be asked to make the key catch in crucial moments:
- Bryan Doherty | MidsDaily.com04/23/2013
There will be some new names under center this year for the academies as they adjust to the loss of key contributors. While the passing numbers for triple-option quarterbacks will never reflect those of other quarterbacks around the country, this style of offense demands that quarterbacks be efficient. Here are five quarterbacks that could take on a significant role for their teams in 2013: