Former Army star defensive end/linebacker and current lieutenant Josh McNary has signed a free agent contract with the Indianapolis Colts. The team has placed him on the reserve-military list until he completes his military obligation on May 21st.
Army fans will remember McNary for his outstanding performance in the 2010 Armed Forces Bowl, where he returned a fumble 55 yards for a touchdown and sparked the Black Knights to a 16–14 win over Southern Methodist University. +Continue Reading
The Army-Navy game is the final regular season college football game of the 2012 season and CBS will broadcast the matchup this Saturday (12/8) at 3pm ET live from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. This is the fourth time the game has been played on the second Saturday in December, a date that keeps the game away from all the BCS hoopla that went down last week. If America wants some Division 1 (OK, FBS) football this Saturday, it’s all about the service academies. +Continue Reading
OK. How can you possibly make sense of this? What we have here is the airport security tape of Patti LaBelle’s security guards beating up West Point cadet (and Army football player) Richard King last month at Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport.
We’re open to any theories or explanations or insider knowledge you may have. Either there’s a conspiracy between Army brass and 70s R&B singers or King must’ve done something pretty radical to provoke that beatdown. The comments are open. Please let us know.
The Army Black Knights are now just one win away from an automatic bid to the Armed Forces Bowl, a situation that’s sure to cause a lot of soul-searching at Navy (apparently Paul Johnson really did take the offense with him to Georgia Tech).
For Saturday’s victory over VMI, the Black Knights dressed in full camo uniforms for the first time, a look they should probably adopt for the rest of the season. More pictures after the jump. +Continue Reading