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Recruiting: Official visit weekend nets three Georgia commits

Georgia continues to be one of Army’s top recruiting hotbeds under offensive coordinator Brent Davis as the Black Knights received three 2020 commitments from the Peach State over the weekend. Aquinas (Ga.) fullback A.J. Williams, who gave his verbal commitment to coach Jeff Monken during his official visit Sunday morning, said the Georgia background of […]

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Recruiting: Washington D.C. defensive end Rodney Faulk joins 2020 class

Gonzaga (Washington D.C.) defensive end Rodney Faulk’s first two FBS offers came from Army and Navy. Following a West Point visit earlier this week, Faulk gave his verbal commitment to Army. “I liked the coaches and I felt at home,” said Faulk, who is 6-foot-3 and 230 pounds. “Overall, the men at Army are guys […]

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Future schedules: Two-game series with Marshall

Army and Marshall have agreed to a two-game, home-and-home series, starting in 2025, and will play for the first time since Randy Moss’ spectacular five-catch, two-touchdown performance for the Thundering Herd at Michie Stadium in 1997. Marshall athletic director Mike Hamrick recently confirmed the series. Army will travel to Marshall for its season opener on […]

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Scheduling: 2019 kickoff times

Kickoff times for the 2019 Army football season are nearly complete after CBS Sports Network recently announced its television schedule. Army will open with a 6 p.m. kickoff against Rice on August 30 at Michie Stadium. The remaining five homes games – Morgan State (Sept. 21), Tulane (Oct. 5), San Jose State (Oct. 26), UMass […]

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Recruiting: Hawaii safety Kaiser Cambra-Cho joins 2020 class

St. Louis (Hawaii) safety Kaiser Cambra-Cho committed to Army during his second visit to West Point Saturday, choosing the Black Knights over Air Force. Cambra-Cho grew up watching the Army-Navy game, cheering on Army. He didn’t seriously considering attending West Point until his sophomore year. “It feels like a dream come true,” said Cambra-Cho, who […]

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Future schedules: Two-game series with UNLV

The Black Knights are heading to Vegas. Army’s two-game series with UNLV was announced by the University of Nevada-Las Vegas earlier this week. Army will travel to Las Vegas on Oct. 19, 2024 for the first meeting between the two schools. The Black Knights will host UNLV on Oct. 7, 2028. 2019(All game times EST)  […]

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Recruiting: Louisiana RB Dillan Monette joins 2020 class

Acadiana (La.) running back Dillan Monette’s lifelong goal is to become an orthopedic surgeon. The idea of becoming a future Army surgeon intrigued Monette when he received an offer from the Black Knights last month. Monette didn’t wait long to make his college decision after the offer. He verbally committed Mike Viti on Thursday (May […]

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Post-Spring Depth Chart

Jabari Laws is listed as No. 2 quarterback behind returning starter Kelvin Hopkins on Army’s recently-released post-spring depth chart. Sophomore Tyhier Tyler, who had a strong spring, is No. 4 on the depth chart behind junior Christian Anderson. Anderson did not play in Spring Game due to injury. Sophomore Arik Smith is listed as starting […]

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Recruiting: Michigan LB Samih Beydoun switches from Wolverines to Army

A visit to West Point Friday swayed Catholic Central (Detroit) linebacker Samih Beydoun’s college decision. Beydoun, who was committed to Michigan as a preferred walk-on, announced his pledge to Army Friday night. “It’s a tremendous opportunity that I’ve always considered,” said Beydoun Friday night. “Going to West Point is definitely bigger than football and I […]

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Christiansen, Hopkins, Riley 2019 captains

Senior linebacker Cole Christiansen, senior quarterback Kelvin Hopkins and senior cornerback Elijah Riley were voted as 2019 captains by their teammates Christansen, a two-year starter, is the third Army player in the last 10 years to be named captain in his junior and senior seasons. Hopkins enters his second season as starting quarterback. He helped […]

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