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Armed Forces Bowl

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  • Thoughts on Maryland basketball blame, Big Ten signage and beer at Byrd Stadium

    Thoughts on Maryland basketball blame, Big Ten signage and beer at Byrd Stadium
    Baltimore Sun reporters Don Markus, Jeff Barker and producer-editor Jonas Shaffer weigh in on three topics from the past week in Maryland sports.
  • Navy ends season with 24-6 win over Middle Tennessee State in Armed Forces Bowl

    Navy ends season with 24-6 win over Middle Tennessee State in Armed Forces Bowl
    As the fourth quarter began in the Armed Forces Bowl, things looked a bit ugly for Navy. Locked in a tight, ugly, chippy game with Middle Tennessee State, the Midshipmen hadn't moved the ball well since the first quarter. And they had...

    Mids' George Jamison makes the most of his break

    Mids' George Jamison makes the most of his break
    — Navy safety George Jamison didn't figure to be a factor on defense in the Armed Forces Bowl. But with the first two strong safeties out of the picture before halftime, the junior special-teamer suddenly found himself in a starring role during...

    Navy hopes to reverse bowl fortunes vs. Middle Tennessee State

    Navy hopes to reverse bowl fortunes vs. Middle Tennessee State
    The Navy football team has accomplished all of its preseason goals in 2013: the Midshipmen beat both of their service academy rivals to retain the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy for the second straight year and won the requisite number of games to earn a...

    Keenan Reynolds is among Navy players who were overlooked by Middle Tennessee State

    Keenan Reynolds is among Navy players who were overlooked by Middle Tennessee State
    The first college recruiting letter Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds received came from a school less than 30 miles from his home outside Nashville, Tenn. Reynolds wound up going to the tryout camp run by the school's coach after his junior year at...