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Personifying the Naval Academy image

Personifying the Naval Academy image

Imagine the number of impressive future officers Navy’s Ken Niumatalolo has guided as football players and observed as leaders the past 12 years as the Midshipmen’s head coach.Each year he has a roster of 100-some players cycling through toward graduation. Then, factor in...

Ol Roy keeps alive good old days with Dean

Ol Roy keeps alive good old days with Dean

CHARLOTTE – As North Carolina took its turn on stage at the ACC basketball media day, the dominant subject was the Tar Heels blending their new roster. They have an influx of newcomers following the loss of four starters and six players in all.Roy Williams, with seniors Garrison...

Army fullback powers ahead with old and new

Army fullback powers ahead with old and new

In sports, there’s old school and new school. Most people fall on one side or the other, but Connor Slomka is both -- an old-school warrior and new-age athlete. Warrior is a term thrown around too loosely in sports, but it applies to cadets training to be officers in the military...

Air Force is flying high with deep ball passes

Air Force is flying high with deep ball passes

Historically, an Air Force receiver gaining separation running a deep pattern hopes the Falcons’ quarterback can get him the ball. After all, triple-option quarterbacks play the position for their legs and instincts, not their arm. This year is different. Arm strength is the...

Coach K and Blue Devils eager to visit Breslin

Coach K and Blue Devils eager to visit Breslin

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Mike Krzyzewski sat with a dutiful expression as reporters and cameramen encircled his table at the ACC basketball media day on Tuesday in a Marriott City Center ballroom. Duke's coach with five NCAA titles was peppered with subjects. Among them: the recently...

Bob Apisa discusses Men of Sparta documentary

Bob Apisa discusses Men of Sparta documentary

Click here: Bob Apisa appeared April 20 on the Drive with Jack on Lansing sports radio. The show is on 92.1 FM.Bob Apisa, the first Samoan All-American football player, was a two-time All-American fullback on the Michigan State's 1965 and 1966 national championship...