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Army Will Beat Ohio State

Some really good quotes in this one…. “You need to spend every waking moment from here until the foot hits the ball to prepare against the wishbone,” Meyer said this week…………….. The only chance of keeping this close, and giving Army a shot at beating a Power 5 team for the first time since October […]

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HEADLINES: WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6TH 2017

Last Weekend Ten Years In Johnson Remains Confident, Defiant as Ever Army Rolls and Navy Sails in Opening Night Wins Navy Halts Lane Train: Crushes FAU 42-19 Army Never Trails – Tops Fordham 64-6 Yellow Jackets Dazzling on Offense Despite Defeat Brilliant Debut Ends with Marshall on his Back GT Falls but TaQuan Marshall Stars […]

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Sal Interdonato’s Super 10: Army impact players

1. Ahmad Bradshaw, senior quarterback: Bradshaw has evolved into an elite triple-option quarterback, leading Army on late game-winning December drives against Navy and North Texas in the Heart of Dallas Bowl. Expect an even better season from Bradshaw, who has added 10 pounds of muscle after rushing for 830 yards and eight touchdowns in 2016. […]

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Army’s triple option the ultimate chess game

A family friend taught Ahmad Bradshaw how to play chess in second grade. He loved the game’s strategic elements and the challenge of making split-second decisions in the times competitions. Bradshaw joined the chess team in middle school. Almost a decade later, chess remains one of Bradshaw’s favorite hobbies. It especially comes in handy when […]

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Army-Navy: A Celebration of the Triple Option Offense.

The Baltimore Sun wrote a fantastic article about the triple option, again dispelling some of the myths of the offense and explaining why it works directly from Army and Navy. “I could tell what he was doing was pretty special,” Niumatalolo recalled. “We could move the ball against anybody. So I knew then that this […]

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Army to Throw More

What will it take for coach Jeff Monken and his team to turn around the program? Why is this Army team going to be different than most of those in the past two decades? Most of Army’s freshmen weren’t born the last time Army experienced major success by going 10-2 in 1996. The Black Knights, […]

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The Three Hardest Jobs in College Football

 In April, when the NCAA changed its policy to allow for unlimited meals, college coaches championed it as a success for student-athletes and as a potential benefit in recruiting. But for Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun, it was just another reminder of what he’s up against. “That doesn’t pertain to us,” he said of […]

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