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Navy coach rips Pentagon over CIC, apologizes

Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo said it's unfair Air Force can vie for the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy this fall. After initially blaming the Pentagon for the decision, Niumatalolo later apologized, saying, "The Pentagon has nothing to do with this."

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5dAdam Rittenberg

Air Force hosts Navy as part of 2-game fall slate

Air Force will host Navy on Oct. 3 as the Falcons will play only the two other major service academies this fall and vie for the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy.

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10dDavid Hale

Navy steers to full-contact practice after blowout

Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo said that after a brutal loss to BYU, the Midshipmen will go back to normal practice sessions with full contact during numerous drills and 11-on-11 scrimmages.


CFB Pod: Herbie, Pollack & Negandhi preview the ACC and Big 12. Plus, Herbie explains his unplanned statement on College GameDay on racial equality in America.

Herbie, Pollack & Negandhi kick off the podcast asking Herbie what it was like calling Navy-BYU in an empty stadium, if Navy did its defense a disservice by not hitting during practice and what could’ve been if BYU had played its original schedule. Then, the guys discuss how the Big 12 could be a four-team race (15:49) and the depth in the ACC (26:01). Later, Herbie explains his unplanned statement on College GameDay on racial equality in America (39:59).

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11dHeather Dinich

Temple wants more prep; Navy game moved

Temple's opener at Navy has been pushed back to Oct. 10 as the Owls seek more time to prepare for the season.

Katoa scores again for BYU (0:25)

CFB Pod: University presidents have gone silent; how are UNC and Notre proceeding after COVID spike on campus; parents converge on Big Ten HQ

Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack kick off the podcast discussing David’s optimism that the season will get off the ground, athletes already making sacrifices to play pre-pandemic, the podcast they recorded but had to scrap, university presidents going quiet and how college football should crown a champion. Next, Andrea Adelson hops on to talk about how North Carolina and Notre Dame are handling preparations for the football season with spikes in coronavirus cases on campus (32:24). Finally, Adam Rittenberg calls in from the Big Ten headquarters after hearing from parents who are speaking out against the conference’s decision to postpone the season (44:40).

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42dAndrea Adelson

Report: AAC athletes demanding 'hazard pay'

AAC athletes have reportedly circulated their own proposal to multiple schools within the conference, listing 10 concerns, including coronavirus safety issues and a percentage of revenues, according to a report from Sports Illustrated.


PTI: Can Ben Simmons Moving To PF Work?

Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser discuss Ben Simmons moving to power forward, Pat Mahomes' potential and the idea of playing the Army/Navy game this year.

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68dHeather Dinich

Navy AD intent on preserving Army-Navy game

While college football continues to reel from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, and the entire season hangs in limbo, Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk told ESPN on Monday he's determined to play the Army-Navy game if possible.

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78dAndrea Adelson

FCS Lafayette cancels Sept. 12 game vs. Navy

Navy said Lafayette is unable to play on Sept. 12 because its team, which is not allowed to fly during the pandemic, per Patriot League protocol, would not be back on campus with enough time to meet FBS medical advisory guidelines.

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Navy coach optimistic fans can attend vs. Irish

With Navy's season opener against Notre Dame moved to Annapolis, Maryland, from Ireland, Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo is optimistic some fans will be able to attend despite the coronavirus pandemic.

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109dHeather Dinich

Notre Dame-Navy game moved from Ireland

Notre Dame will not open the season against Navy in Dublin, Ireland, on Aug. 29 because of the coronavirus pandemic, but the teams will face each other at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland, most likely on Labor Day weekend.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards30.041st
Rushing Yards119.0Tied-30th
Points For3.048th
Points Against55.01st