Keeping the Tank Full

How appropriate that the key for Army's final game of 2004, the showdown with Navy in Philadelphia, focuses on a tank. No, not a person nicknamed "Tank," but the collective mental and emotional tank of the entire roster of Cadets who will strap on the pads against the boys from Annapolis.
November 28, 2004

Product 19: A New Day for the Brave Old Army Team

How fitting it is that a 19-game losing streak went down by 19 points on Saturday in West Point. An increasingly large burden was swatted away with noticeable authority, as the Black Knights of the Hudson did something they hadn't done anywhere in two years, and at Michie Stadium in three: win a football game.
October 9, 2004

C-USA Army Preview: Running backs

Junior Carlton Jones enjoyed the finest spring of any player on Army's roster according to head coach Bobby Ross and his staff. Army's leading rusher each of the past two seasons, Jones adapted extremely well to Ross' power running attack and displayed the skill set necessary to excel this fall.
August 7, 2004

C-USA Army Preview: Fullbacks

Based on the fact that Army did not employ a fullback in recent years while operating out of a one-back set, head coach Bobby Ross held concerns regarding his options at the position entering spring workouts. Ross was confident in his ability to uncover a quality running back on the Black Knights' roster, but remained uncertain of the presence of a player that possessed the skills necessary to flourish at fullback.
August 5, 2004

Army Comeback Falls Short

The Rutgers Scarlet Knights defeated Army's Black Knights 36-21 on a wet day at Michie Stadium. The Knights from New Jersey held Army to just 306 yards total offense while rolling up over 427 yards themselves.
September 13, 2003

Football: Army Freshman Photo Gallery

If there was anything noticeable at Media Day was the condition of the team overall. Everyone appeared to be in outstanding shape, although the "football shape" is where they will headed over the next few weeks.
August 12, 2003