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  • In his last year at Navy, Gee Gee Greene is ready to lead

    In his last year at Navy, Gee Gee Greene is ready to lead
    John Howell was at the Naval Academy for several months before he ever heard Gee Gee Greene utter more than a few words. In the weight room at Ricketts Hall, on the practice fields and even when the football team was eating its meals, Greene said little...
  • Proctor finally ready to be 'the guy' at Navy

    Proctor finally ready to be 'the guy' at Navy
    For two seasons, Navy quarterback Kriss Proctor was a more-than-capable replacement when starter Ricky Dobbs went down with an injury. He stepped in to lead the Midshipmen to a pair of wins in three career starts, and when Dobbs returned to full health,...
  • Lessons begin early for Navy football team

    There were times in recent seasons when Navy's offense would go weeks without making any huge gaffes. The snaps from center Brady DeMell to quarterbacks Ricky Dobbs and Kriss Proctor would be crisp, and thehandoffs from Dobbs and Proctor to fullbacks...
  • Navy defensive coordinator brings intensity back to spring practice

    Navy defensive coordinator brings intensity back to spring practice
    Something was missing for the Navy football team as it prepared last spring for the 2011 season. The practices were quieter, and for those on defense, a little too easy. What was missing — in retrospect, who was missing — was longtime...
  • Navy uncovers a few new starters in annual Blue-Gold spring game

    Navy uncovers a few new starters in annual Blue-Gold spring game
    Coming into spring football practice, Navy's Noah Copeland and Travis Bridges were relatively unknown commodities. Copeland, a sophomore fullback, had played exclusively on special teams during his first season at the academy. Bridges, a junior...
  • Navy to join Big East for football starting in 2015

    Navy to join Big East for football starting in 2015
    The courtship between the Big East and the Navy football program was made public last fall, but league and academy officials said Tuesday that the mutual wooing went on for the better part of a decade. Neither Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk nor Big...
  • Conference realignment won't stop Army-Navy rivalry

    Conference realignment won't stop Army-Navy rivalry
    As the college football landscape shifts toward super conferences that have washed away century-old rivalries, two schools at the bedrock of the sport's foundation remain as rigid about their continued alliance as their respective student bodies who...
  • 'It's more than just football'

    'It's more than just football'
    Marc Firlie calls comparisons between football and warfare a cliche. But he says the challenges of playing football at the U.S. Naval Academy — on top of a full academic course load and year-round military training — really did help prepare...
  • Army-Navy is 'more than a game' for each side

    Army-Navy is 'more than a game' for each side
    For most of the past eight seasons, the Army-Navy game seemed to carry more significance for the Black Knights than for the Midshipmen. Except for last year's game in Philadelphia, when both teams had winning records and post-season plans, this...
  • Despite injuries, Tuani has left his mark on Navy

    Despite injuries, Tuani has left his mark on Navy
    The scene that played out before Navy began football practice Monday afternoon in Annapolis was different than other moments during the past four years when Jabaree Tuani tried to motivate his teammates. Depending on Tuani's position in the pecking order...
  • CBS-Showtime pays tribute to Navy/Army football with 'A Game of Honor'

    CBS-Showtime pays tribute to Navy/Army football with 'A Game of Honor'
    Duty, service and honor are big words. They are also ones that are often abused these days by Washington politicians who thank each other for their "service" even as they sink deeper into partisan gridlock. "Game of Honor," a documentary about West Point...