Army Rumors & News

  • Notre Dame marches past Army 44-6

    The Sports Xchange "Quarterback DeShone Kizer passed for 209 yards and three touchdowns, and Notre Dame cruised to a 44-6 win over Army on Saturday afternoon in San Antonio. Tight end Durham Smythe hauled in two touchdown receptions as the Fighting Irish rolled to their most lopsided victory of the season...." November 12

  • Duke takes advantage of turnovers to topple Army

    The Sports Xchange "Duke scored after a pair of first-half Army mistakes en route to posting a 13-6 non-conference victory Saturday at rain-drenched Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham, N.C. The game was played under the impact of Hurricane Matthew, with bands of rain pouring on the field. Neither team scored..." October 08

  • Army football player and West Point cadet Brandon Jackson dies in car accident

    SEC Country "Army football player and West Point cadet Brandon Jackson died on Sunday, according to a report from Rivals.com. Jackson, who was a sophomore defensive back on the Black Knights football team, reportedly passed away after being involved in a car accident. Charles Grevious, who is the..." September 12

  • Army QB Bradshaw leaving the Academy

    Times-Herald Sports "Junior quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw led Army’s first-team offense in a preseason scrimmage on Saturday. Bradshaw's play had positioned him to be Army’s opening-day starter for the second straight season. Afterward, he talked about the unit's progress. Just a few days later, Bradshaw, who made..." August 17

  • Seismic policy shift frees Air Force Academy grads to pursue pro sports without 2-year commitment

    The Gazette "A policy shift will allow service academy athletes to pursue professional sports immediately after graduation instead of waiting for two years, a move that could have a seismic impact at Air Force. "It's huge," two Falcons football assistants said Monday. "It immediately levels the playing..." July 13

  • Army FB Kemper kicked off team for academic violation

    Hudson Valley "Fullback Aaron Kemper, Army’s top rusher in 2015, has been removed from the team due to an academic honor-code violation, according to sources. Army athletic communications confirmed Kemper is no longer on the team but declined comment on the senior’s dismissal. Kemper led Army with 544..." July 07