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Justin Fedich

Justin Fedich is a sports reporter for the Times Herald-Record. An Atlanta native, he has worked for a bevy of news outlets across the Southeast, focusing mainly on high school sports. He graduated from the University of Georgia in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in digital and broadcast journalism and a sports media certificate.

Army football banquet awards

Army football held its banquet on Friday, Feb. 7. Here are a list of awards that were handed out: Creighton W. Abrams Memorial Award: presented to the team captains Senior linebacker Cole Christiansen; senior quarterback Kelvin Hopkins Jr.; senior cornerback Elijah Riley LTG Garrison Davidson Award: presented to the graduating senior who maintains the highest military grade […]

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Cole Christiansen accepts invite to NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

Army senior linebacker Cole Christiansen has accepted an invite to the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. The game will take place on Jan. 18, 2020, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Roughly 200 scouts, general managers, head coaches and player personnel staff from all 32 NFL teams are expected to attend to watch practices, conduct interviews […]

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Army releases 2020 schedule

Army released its 2020 schedule on Wednesday. You can read a breakdown of the games here. Below is the list of opponents. Times TBD. Sept. 4            BUCKNELL Sept. 12          at Rice Sept. 26          OKLAHOMA Oct. 3              at Miami (Ohio) Oct. 10            PRINCETON Oct. 17            EASTERN MICHIGAN Oct. 24            BUFFALO Nov. 7             AIR FORCE Nov. 14           […]

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Army offensive line shake-up

Army played arguably its strongest game of the season Saturday against Air Force, yet the Black Knights suffered another discouraging defeat. The offensive line, a source of concern heading into the Air Force game, held up surprisingly well, considering the guys who received the starting nod. The starting offensive line looked like this: LT Luke […]

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Army news and notes: 10/21

Another Saturday, another sad day to be an Army fan. Here’s the story of Army’s third consecutive loss, this time at Georgia State. The following is a list of observations from the game, including Army head coach Jeff Monken’s full quotes from his latest postgame press conference. JB Hunter got his second straight start at […]

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Army LB explains why team has struggled

You can read my feature on Army senior linebacker and two-year team captain Cole Christiansen from this week here. I didn’t include this in the story, but I asked Christiansen on Tuesday why he thinks his team has struggled the first five games of the season. I thought he gave a very thoughtful answer. Here […]

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10/6: Army news and notes

Army’s lost 42-33 to Tulane on Saturday to fall to 3-2 on the season, ending a 15-game home win streak in the process. Here’s a few notes from the game: First off, Tulane is really good. It may be hard for some to grasp, since those who follow college football know the school has been […]

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10/1: Injury update

Not unlike most teams more than a month through the season, Army has been ravaged by injuries. Quarterback Kelvin Hopkins, fullback Connor Slomka and safety Jaylon McClinton are just a few of the notable names on the team who have missed some time over the course of the first four games. Coming off a bye […]

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8/31: Army news and notes

Quick personal note Friday was my first Army game watching in person and covering, and boy did I get thrown right into the fire. I’ll be honest, I expected a lopsided result and sometimes the blowouts are harder to write. There was plenty to write about with this one despite there not being much scoring […]

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Jeff Monken on transfers

Army head coach Jeff Monken was asked this week about the amount of transfers in college football today. Here was his full response: “I think it’s worth looking at and seeing how it all plays out. I think it’s, my opinion on that is you can trade schools and trade players and probably put together […]

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