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Recruiting: Georgia lineman Lewis joins 2021 class

Morgan County (Ga.) tackle Gavyn Lewis wasted little time making his college decision once he received an offer from Army Saturday. Lewis called offensive coordinator Brent Davis, who recruits to Peach State, the next day and gave his verbal commitment to the Black Knights. The 6-foot-5, 275-pound lineman is Army’s fourth commit of 2021 class […]

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Recruiting: Alabama’s Nick Sawyer first 2021 QB commit

Nick Sawyer always picks the hardest position in any sport that he plays. Sawyer embraces the pressures and responsibilities that follow as the starting quarterback and point guard for Sparkman (Ala.) High School. Excelling in the spotlight earned the respect of Sawyer’s coaches and teammates. Sawyer’s leadership skills will continue to grow following his decision […]

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Future schedules: Series with Troy, Texas-San Antonio series announced

As college football teams wait for the go-ahead to return to on-campus activities, Army continues to fill its future schedule with the announcements of series against Texas-San Antonio and Troy. Army and Texas-San Antonio will play a home-and-home series, starting in 2022, the Conference USA school released Friday. The Black Knights will host the Roadrunners […]

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Recruiting: Florida RB Reed joins 2021 class

Plant (Fla.) running back Hayden Reed announced his commitment to Army Friday, becoming the second member of the Black Knights’ 2021 class. Some close to Reed might have questioned the early timing of his decision. Reed’s response: “People have been asking me what if bigger schools offer you. But no other school in the country […]

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Recruiting: Michigan CB Turner gets 2021 class rolling

The Black Knights secured their first commitment of the 2021 class when Harper Woods (Mich.) cornerback Da’Veon Turner announced his decision Thursday. Turner, who is entering his third season as a starter, had received offers from Akron and Bowling Green and interest from Air Force and Central Michigan. “What made Army the school for me […]

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Siblings Day: Army football’s best brothers

Here’s a list of the top brothers to wear the Black and Gold in honor National Siblings Day: Dan and Joel Davis (West Point ’93, ’96): Dan, a three-year letterman and two-year starting defensive lineman, captained the 1992 team that defeated Navy 25-24. Joel, a four-year letterman, is one of the last Army football players […]

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Video Conference Recap: Jeff Monken, Brent Davis, Nate Woody

Army spring football was lost to the COVID-19 outbreak. How are coach Jeff Monken and coordinators Brent Davis and Nate Woody adapting to the virtual world of college football and being away from their players? Monken spoke about how Army players can control two things – the attitude and effort – while they are away […]

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Army football banquet awards

Army football held its banquet on Friday, Feb. 7. Here are a list of awards that were handed out: Creighton W. Abrams Memorial Award:┬ápresented to the team captains Senior linebacker Cole Christiansen; senior quarterback Kelvin Hopkins Jr.; senior cornerback Elijah Riley LTG Garrison Davidson Award:┬ápresented to the graduating senior who maintains the highest military grade […]

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Cole Christiansen accepts invite to NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

Army senior linebacker Cole Christiansen has accepted an invite to the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. The game will take place on Jan. 18, 2020, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Roughly 200 scouts, general managers, head coaches and player personnel staff from all 32 NFL teams are expected to attend to watch practices, conduct interviews […]

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Army releases 2020 schedule

Army released its 2020 schedule on Wednesday. You can read a breakdown of the games here. Below is the list of opponents. Times TBD. Sept. 4            BUCKNELL Sept. 12          at Rice Sept. 26          OKLAHOMA Oct. 3              at Miami (Ohio) Oct. 10            PRINCETON Oct. 17            EASTERN MICHIGAN Oct. 24            BUFFALO Nov. 7             AIR FORCE Nov. 14           […]

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