Army West Point’s All-American commitments ineligible for NIL

PHOTO: Army West Point's football team takes the field. Visit my website homepage, TomShanahan.Report By TOM SHANAHAN Army football coach Jeff Monken appeared on a Zoom call not long ago to talk about the Black Knights’ spring game, so I jumped on it. As usual, he offered interesting insight on some players developing into productive Division I talent. One of the players mentioned was tight end Joshua Lingenfelter, a 6-foot-3, 240-pounder positioned to break into the starting lineup…

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Transfer portal? They don’t know it at West Point

PHOTO: Tyler Komorowski (second from left) says it's the guys on your left and your right that keep you committed to the football team and West Point. Visit my website homepage, TomShanahan.Report By TOM SHANAHAN Across the college football landscape, the transfer portal and Name, Image and Likeness has turned the sport on its head. Coaches are learning the old ways don’t work anymore, especially with the conclusion of spring football. Release a depth chart and expect your…

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Army-Navy Game: The greatest rivalry in college sports

PHOTO: Army coach Jeff Monken leads his players celebrating their 2015 win over Navy with the Corps of Cadets, West Point's students in the stands. Visit my website homepage, TomShanahan.Report By TOM SHANAHAN Now that college football’s rivalry weekend has come and gone – with various talking heads having claimed Michigan-Ohio State or another traditional end-of-year showdown is the greatest rivalry in sports – let’s get down to the genuine article. The 122nd Army-Navy Game is Dec. 11…

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