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Tuesday takeaways: High grade for Nachtigal

Army linebacker James Nachtigal was named to the Pro Football Focus College Football national team of the week. Nachtigal received a 91.6 grade, the second-highest among FBS linebackers, from the analytical website following a career-high 13 tackles in a 28-27 win over Eastern Michigan Saturday. The junior joined Kansas State’s Trent Tanking (92.4) and Alabama’s [...]

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Quick thoughts: Eastern Michigan

Army’s 28-27 win over Eastern Michigan featured one of the wildest finishes at Michie Stadium in recent years. The Black Knights’ defense and most of their sideline thought Mike Reynolds’ deflection of a two-point pass clinched the victory. But, officials said Eastern Michigan coach Chris Creighton called a timeout before the snap. Josh Conklin, our [...]

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KnightCap: Eastern Michigan

Threw out the thought of overtime in the press box as Eastern Michigan drove down seven points late in the fourth quarter. When Brogan Roback threw his fourth touchdown pass of the day – an 8-yard pass to Sergio Bailey – with 49 seconds, bonus football was a distinct possibility. Then, Chris Creighton decided against [...]

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VIDEO: Postgame (Eastern Michigan) Bradshaw, Christiansen, Gibson, Walker, Woolfolk

Senior quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw, sophomore linebacker Cole Christiansen, junior safety James Gibson, sophomore slotback Kell Walker and junior fullback Darnell Woolfolk discuss Army’s 28-27 win over Eastern Michigan. Bradshaw rushed for 171 yards, his ninth career 100-yard game, scored his 20th career rushing touchdown and became the 12th Army player to gain 2,000 or more [...]

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Pregame blog: Eastern Michigan

Junior fullback Darnell Woolfolk is listed on the dress list for Army’s home game against Eastern Michigan. Woolfolk warmed up in pregame and was announced in the starting lineup. He has missed the last three games with a knee injury. Nose tackle Andrew McLean (knee) and safety Rhyan England (knee) are out today. Freshman Cam [...]

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Prediction time: Eastern Michigan

Army is a six-point home favorite against Eastern Michigan Saturday. The Black Knights are 3-0 at Michie Stadium this season. Eastern Michigan is 1-2 on the road with a 16-13 victory at Rutgers on Sept. 9. The Eagles have lost three straight games by a combined 16 points. Army has scored 50 or more points [...]

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Recruiting: Wright joins 2018 class

Union County (Ga.) dual-threat quarterback Cole Wright committed to Army as a wide receiver Tuesday. Wright, who is 6-foot-3 and 185 pounds, has thrown for 1,072 yards and 15 touchdowns and ran 680 yards and scored nine touchdowns in seven games, according to Union County’s MaxPreps page. He threw 1,853 yards and 15 touchdowns in [...]

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Press conference takeaways: Eastern Michigan

Jeff Monken’s press conference was filled with praise for Eastern Michigan senior quarterback Brogan Roback and the Eagles’ defense. Monken noted that Roback completed passes to nine different receivers against Toledo (a 20-15 loss) last week and against Ohio three weeks ago, 12 different receivers caught a pass. “We haven’t completed 12 passes the whole [...]

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Quick thoughts: Rice

Max Regan’s 48-yard pick six in the first quarter of a 49-12 win over Rice was Army’s first non-offensive touchdown in 15 games. Who had the last defensive or special teams score? Regan. He returned a fumble forced on a kickoff return 13 yards of Army’s 66-14 win at UTEP in the third game of [...]

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Postgame Rice: Max Regan, Kell Walker

Junior safety Max Regan’s first career interception was the first of six Army takeaways and sparked a 49-12 rout over Rice. Regan’s 48-yard pick six was the defense’s first touchdown this season. Kell Walker and Army’s offense capitalized on Rice turnovers, scoring on their next four possessions following Regan’s interception. Walker, who rushed for a [...]

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