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2018 Schedule
Hawai'i's McDonald throws an 80-yard bomb (0:30)
Army's Slomka hustles for 48-yard TD (0:21)
Army takes the lead vs Hawai'i (0:22)
Football opponents turn brothers in arms after 9/11 (3:12)

Army rushes for 449 yards, squashes Liberty 38-14

Darnell Woolfolk ran for 98 yards and two touchdowns as Army's triple option began to return to form with 449 yards rushing, and the Black Knights beat Bowl Subdivision newcomer Liberty 38-14 on Saturday.

Liberty's punter ejected for targeting (0:54)
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Army picks Hopkins Jr. to start at QB vs. Duke

Kelvin Hopkins Jr. will succeed Ahmad Bradshaw as quarterback for Army, which is coming off consecutive winning seasons for the first time in three decades.

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President Trump honors Army's football team

President Donald Trump honored Army's football team at the White House and predicted the service branches of the military could have a new addition: the space force.

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Introducing the ESPN All-Bowl team

Not surprisingly, Alabama and Georgia dominate the top performances from bowl season. But they're not the only ones who starred during the postseason.

Army beats San Diego State in wild ending (1:34)

Penny's record-tying day can't top 10-win Army

Darnell Woolfolk scored on a 1-yard run with 18 seconds left, Kell Walker converted a go-ahead 2-point run and Army added a last-play defensive touchdown for a 42-35 victory over San Diego State on Saturday in the Armed Forces Bowl.

Bradshaw on the class that changed Army football (1:40)
Army is presented the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces trophy (1:13)
Monken on thrilling ending to Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl (1:15)
Monken 'most embarrassed' about missing anthem (1:10)
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Campus Convo: Service academy coaches get it

Ivan Maisel, Ryan McGee and Chris Low discuss a classic Army-Navy game and explain why the program's current coaches get what it means to coach at an academy.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Baker Mayfield is just the fifth player ever – and joined Georgia's Herschel Walker as only the second in 68 years – to finish in the top four of the Heisman voting three different times. The other three to do it, SMU's Doak Walker, Army's Glenn Davis and Army's Doc Blanchard, all achieved the feat during the 1940s.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Before Baker Mayfield, Doc Blanchard was also the only other Heisman winner to transfer from one FBS-level program to another. Blanchard played at North Carolina before joining Army.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Army quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw's TD run stands up as the game-winner. It was the first time he has scored a fourth-quarter TD since last season against Navy. Bradshaw has scored the game-winning TD in the final 6 minutes of the fourth quarter in back-to-back meetings with Navy.

Team Stats

Passing Yards140.0
Rushing Yards306.76th
Points For26.7
Points Against23.0Tied-58th

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