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Sal Interdonato

Award-winning writer Sal Interdonato has been on the Army football beat since 2007. He’ll take you inside the huddle and into the lives of the Black Knights.

Steelman gets call from Ravens

Trent Steelman kept believing. Steelman never stopped working toward his lifelong dream. He wanted to be an NFL football player. And, Steelman’s passion for the game, which he started playing at six years old, helped him through some tough times to where he is today. A Baltimore Raven. Steelman, who graduate Army in 2013 as [...]

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Josh Jenkins update: Star cornerback return undetermined

Army junior star cornerback Josh Jenkins is making progress in his recovery from a head injury suffered earlier this month. But, Jenkins has a few medical hurdles to clear before playing football again. Army coach Jeff Monken said his team will begin preseason camp without Jenkins on Monday. Jenkins was injured in a fight with [...]

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Recruiting: 2016 class growing

Dominic Distefano impressed Army’s coaching staff with his speed at a prospect camp in late June at West Point. Distefano, a senior from Hendrickson, La., was almost as quick with his college decision after Army offered him Tuesday morning. Later that day, Distefano, who projects as a slotback, verbally committed to Army. Distefano, who is [...]

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Steelman MVP of World Championship

Trent Steelman was back taking snaps from center like his Army football days. At least, for a few plays. Steelman, Army’s starting quarterback from 2009-12, lined up in the Wildcat for Team USA during their gold-medal game against Japan in the International Federation of American Football World Championship in Canton, Ohio. The former Army quarterback [...]

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Projected 2015 Army Prep roster

Army Prep football players report for R-Day on Monday. The prep school team will be coached by Andy Wolfrum and assistants Chris Nichols and Wade Smith. Here’s a partial list of  players expected to be on this year’s team: S D’Angelo Amos, 6-1, 175, Meadowbrook HS, Richmond, Va. OL Jake Baumert, 6-3, 300, Lovejoy HS, [...]

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Jenkins injured in on-post fight with teammate

Army may be without one of its best players for part or all of the 2015 season. Junior cornerback Josh Jenkins suffered a serious head injury during a fight with junior linebacker Seth Combs on post Fourth of July weekend. Jenkins was taken to Keller Army Community Hospital and later transported to Westchester Medicial Center [...]

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Recruiting: Texas CB/Boise State commit offered

Colleyville Hertiage (Texas) senior cornerback Reid Harrison-Ducros made an unofficial visit to West Point on Tuesday. Harrison-Ducros, who committed to Boise State on June 26, left with an offer from Army. One of top cornerbacks in Texas, Harrison-Ducros, who is 5-foot-11 and 175 pounds, allowed just four completions in 11 games as a junior. He [...]

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Recruiting: Virginia lineman Neville commits

Trey Neville has cheered on Navy’s football team his entire life. Neville’s father, Thomas played nose guard for the Midshipmen in 1994-95. The Nevilles will not be rooting for Navy in the near future. Trey changed everything Tuesday by verbally committing to Army Tuesday. Neville called his recruiting coach Jay Bateman, Army’s defensive coordinator, with [...]

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Quick roster news: Lineman Moreau leaves team

Stefan Moreau, who started six games at guard for Army in 2014, is no longer listed on Army’s online roster. Moreau started four games at right guard and two games at left guard. Moreau had 11 knockdown blocks in his first college start in Army’s 2014 season opener against Buffalo. Told Moreau left the team [...]

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Freshman numbers

Army has updated its roster with numbers for the freshman class. Some players to note are quarterbacks William James (No. 1), Luke Langdon (No. 3), Chris Carter (No. 7), kicker Nick Schrage (No. 13), fullback Darnell Woolfork (No. 26), safety James “Gibby” Gibson (No. 27), running back Malik Crossdale (No. 31), linebacker Boomer Bakich (No. [...]

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