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  • Ties of family, friendship, service define Army-Navy rivalry

    Ties of family, friendship, service define Army-Navy rivalry
    Ken Niumatalolo noticed the Army guys looking askance as he wound his way through the Pentagon to attend a ceremony for his brother, an Army lieutenant colonel. "I think they recognized me," said the Navy football coach, chuckling. "And I don't think...
  • 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...
  • Navy's Aiken making the most of his chances

     Navy's Aiken making the most of his chances
    The initial diagnosis was a sprained right knee. But as the two weeks Matt Aiken expected to miss turned into a month and the 2012 Navy football season began without him, the junior wide receiver made a rare request for an athlete at the academy. Aiken...
  • Youth has become a strength for Navy over the past month

    Youth has become a strength for Navy over the past month
    Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo was standing on the field at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland, before his team's season opener against Notre Dame, talking with longtime defensive line coach Dale Pehrson about the collective inexperience of the Midshipmen....
  • Analysis: QB changes take Navy, Terps in different directions

    The football seasons at Maryland and Navy turned on the health of their quarterbacks — in College Park for the worse, in Annapolis for the better. When the Terps take the field at Byrd Stadium against Georgia Tech on Saturday, freshman Shawn...
  • Navy wins 5th straight, accepts bid to Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

    Navy wins 5th straight, accepts bid to Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl
    The impressive numbers keep piling up for Navy freshman Keenan Reynolds. The winning streak that corresponds with Reynolds' insertion at quarterback last month remains intact. The recent string of bowl appearances, following a year's hiatus, has been...
  • Former Navy football players sorting out their future after breaking regulations

    Former Navy football players sorting out their future after breaking regulations
    Jabaree Tuani and Kriss Proctor had much different football careers at the Naval Academy. Tuani started from the third game of his freshman year and became one of the most accomplished defensive linemen in school history. Proctor sat behind star...
  • Navy's freshman kicker will be on his biggest stage Saturday

    Navy's freshman kicker will be on his biggest stage Saturday
    The biggest crowd Nick Sloan said he has kicked in front of was about 1,000 fans during his high school years in San Diego. The biggest kick Sloan ever made came last year, when he made a 39-yard field goal with three seconds left to help the Naval...
  • Former Navy FB Eric Kettani left a lasting image with Patriots owner

    Former Navy FB Eric Kettani left a lasting image with Patriots owner
    The painting is hung prominently in the private office of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. Titled "Wide Left," it shows an oversized football, a tiny goal post and the final score of 23-20, collectively representing the end of last year's AFC...
  • Ravens also must deal with Broncos' secret weapon — high altitude

    Ravens also must deal with Broncos' secret weapon — high altitude
    Jimmy Smith knew it was real the first time he walked up the big hill to football practice, his 18-year-old lungs unable to find enough air. In the years that followed, the images of husky linemen, gasping on the sidelines, only confirmed the potency of...
  • Reynolds & Co. enter Navy's final act of dramatic year

    Reynolds & Co. enter Navy's final act of dramatic year
    A little more than a month into the season, Navy had lost to all three Football Bowl Subdivision opponents it had played, and the closest result in any of those beatings was 12-0 at home to San Jose State. Then came a road game against Air Force,...
  • Navy wide receiver Shawn Lynch standing out in his return to offense

    Navy wide receiver Shawn Lynch standing out in his return to offense
    The life of a Navy football player usually reflects the regimented daily grind of a typical midshipman. There is one major difference: on the field, the route taken by many of Ken Niumatalolo's players is not always like an early morning march, a ramrod...