In their second season under head coach Rich Ellerson the Army Black Knights continued their resurgence as they posted their first winning season since 1996. The 16-14 bowl win over Southern Methodist University in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl was the first bowl win for the program in 25 years. ArmySports.com will grade how each position fared during this turnaround season.
January 9, 2011
As the 2009 Army football team approaches preseason drills a significant question mark for the squad is who will provide vital needed leadership? Here's a list of players on the Black Knight offense that we believe will provide some of that leadership.
July 27, 2009
The Army Black Knights continue their preparations for the 2008 seasson opener and ArmySports.com continues its preview of what could be a very exciting year for Army football. Today we'll take a look at the offensive line. The Black Knights open their 2008 season on August 29th when they host the Temple Owls at Michie Stadium.
August 10, 2008
Mike Weich stands in at 6-foot-4 and 290-pounds while playing the tackle position on the offensive side of the ball for Livingston HS. A guard prospect at the collegiate level, Weich has played out of position and been moved around all year to help make his team better -- it's precisely this type of "team comes first" attitude, to go along with his size, footwork and mechanics, that has several schools taking a hard look at Weich.
November 2, 2005
It is no secret that the recruitment of offensive linemen is a crucial aspect to the success of any team. Having the right guys up front will help determine the flow and direction of most games. One prospect that Rutgers is currently looking at is Mike Weich, a 6-foot-4 and 290-pound offensive lineman by way of Livingston Senior HS(Livingston, NJ).
October 9, 2005