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Pregame blog: Duke

Senior quarterback A.J. Schurr is expected to make his second straight start. Sophomore Ahmad  Bradshaw, who missed his first game of the season with an ankle injury last week, is available but will not start. Army will be without sophomore safety Rhyan England. England, who started Army’s first five games and is the team’s third-leading [...]

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Prediction time: Duke

Army is a 13.5-point home underdog against 4-1 Duke Saturday. The game opened up at 11.5 points. Army, which is 0-2 at home this season, has lost four games by a total of 16 points. The Black Knights have not lost its first three home games at Michie Stadium since 2008. Duke, which is coming [...]

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Disconcerting Signals

It’s one of the rarest penalties called in college football. Disconcerting signals or when a defense is charged with simulating the offense’s snap. Army was whistled for the infraction with 12:02 left in the third quarter at Penn State Saturday. Coach Jeff Monken said he’s heard of the penalty but have never had it called [...]

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Brinson National Scholar Athlete

Army freshman linebacker Kenneth Brinson earned a trip in December to New York City. Brinson was named one of five National High School scholar athletes by the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame Wednesday. “I’m really grateful and really honored,” Brinson said. “It sets the tone for how hard I need to [...]

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Updates on Bradshaw, England, Smith

Starting quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw’s status for Saturday’s game against Duke may be largely determined by the way the sophomore practices Thursday, coach Jeff Monken said. Bradshaw’s snaps increased from Tuesday at Wednesday’s practice. Bradshaw received more snaps than senior A.J. Schurr to try to catch him up, Monken said. An ankle injury caused Bradshaw to [...]

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Defense film breakdown: Penn State

Sophomore defensive end John Voit, junior linebacker Andrew King and Jeremy Timpf, senior cornerback Chris Carnegie and freshman cornerback Brandon Jackson played all 53 snaps at Penn State. Safeties Rhyan England and Xavier Moss missed their first snaps of the season. No Army player has seen action on every snap this season. Junior defensive end [...]

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Offense film breakdown: Penn State

Senior quarterback A.J. Schurr played all 56 snaps and his first complete game of his career.’ Schurr scored his 10th and 11th career rushing touchdowns. Army’s starting offensive line of  freshman left tackle Rick Kurz, freshman left guard Victor Nieves, senior center Matt Hugenberg, sophomore right guard Mike Houghton and senior right tackle Ryan Alexander [...]

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Oct. 6 practice blog

Sophomore starting quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw was active in practice, throwing passes during 7-on-7 and some scout-team work. Bradshaw, who missed last week’s against Penn State due to injury, did not participate in contact drills. Coach Jeff Monken said at his weekly press conference if Bradshaw is healthy he will start against Duke. Senior A.J. Schurr [...]

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Quick thoughts: Penn State

Army could have and probably should have upset Penn State in Happy Valley Saturday. Can argue Army, especially on the defensive side of ball, outplayed Penn State for a good part of the game. The Black Knights left State College with another hard lessons in figuring out how to win games late. Army continues to [...]

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KnightCap: Penn State

Quick video recep of Army falling just short at Penn State.

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