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Army picks up commit from Okla. CB

Broken Arrow (Okla.) cornerbacker Markale Moses tweeted Monday morning that he has verbally committed to Army. Army recently offered Moses, who is listed at 5-foot-10 and 164 pounds. Broken Arrow coach David Alexander said Army is getting, “a true ‘man corner’ type of kid.  He’s got great change of direction, and has open-field speed to [...]

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2014 Army Prep football tentative roster

The following players are expected to report for Army Prep “R” Day Monday. If I’m missing anyone, please Tweet me @salinterdonato or email me at sinterdonato@th-record.com DE Emmanuel Aka, 6-3, 215, Norcross (Ga.) HS FB Teran Barnitz, 6-foot, 215, Cabell Midland HS, Ona, W. Va. DE Loyd Beal, 6-3, 210, Seneca HS, Louisville, Ky. RB [...]

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Catching up: Alex Moore

Note: This entry is a part of  a series of interviews with former Army football players at the 2014 Army Football Club golf function. The best day of Alex Moore’s life was December 1, 2001, he says. Moore, then a junior guard, and his Army teammates celebrated a 26-17 victory over Navy at Veterans Stadium [...]

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Catching up: Calvin Cass

Note: This entry is a part of  a series of interviews with former Army football players at the Army Football Club golf function. Calvin Cass remembers Army coach Jim Young giving him two options his senior season. Cass could put his dislocated elbow in a cast and never play again. Or Cass could begin rehabilitation [...]

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Recruiting: Sheffield on commitment

Tanner Sheffield has thought about attending a service academy since he was in middle school. Sheffield just wasn’t sure exactly which academy. The choice became clearer when Sheffield, a senior defensive lineman at North Paulding (Ga.) High, was offered a chance to play Division I football for Army in March. Sheffield visited the academy for [...]

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More preseason recognition for Baggett, Maples

Arny seniors Terry Baggett and Raymond Maples were one of eight teammates named to the Doak Walker Award watch list Thursday. The award is given to the best running back in the country. Boston College’s Andre Williams, a New York Giants rookie, won the award last year. No Army running back has received the award. [...]

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Weekly Class of 2015 recruiting update

John Carroll (Md.) DE-LB Julian Meares wasted little time scheduling an unofficial visit to Army. Meares, who received an offer from Army last Friday (July 11), was on campus Thursday (July 17). Before Meares left West Point, he gave defensive line coach Ray McCartney his verbal commitment. Salem (Va.) DT Army Motuapuaka made his unofficial [...]

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Catching up: Clarence Holmes

Note: This blog is part of a series of interviews with former  players, who attended the Army Football Club’s golf function last week. West Point football was Clarence Holmes’ life. Holmes was a three-year letterman, a two-year captain and starting defensive end/tackle (2001-02) and the academy’s defensive line coach from 2003-12. He was dismissed by [...]

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Corrigan on new Army summers

The shortcut from barracks to Michie Stadium runs through athletic director Boo Corrigan’s yard on post. This summer, Corrigan is seeing more football players pass by his house with the change in summer training. Upperclassmen completed their military responsibilities in June. Players are now taking summer-school classes and lifting weights. “They (the players) look good,” [...]

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Catching up: Josh Holden

Note: This entry begins a series of interviews with former Army football players at the Army Football Club function last week. Josh Holden was one of the best all-around athletes to pass through West Point in the last 15 years. Holden led Army with eight rushing touchdowns and won a Patriot League batting title (.398) [...]

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