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The West Point Society of Central Florida exists to serve alumni, ex-cadets and friends of The United States Military Academy living in Central Florida as well as those visiting the area. The purpose of the society is to provide a networking platform for those associated with the Academy, provide news, information, and to further the ideals and promote the welfare of the USMA.
Army defeated Rice in an overwhelming way this past weekend. Groups split their time between either the football game or the Ocktoberfest being held this past weekend. Pictured at the left is Mike Jenson, Alfonso Cotto, Monty Putman, Audra, Joe and Sandra O'Connell. The summary of the game is from the NCAA.com website.
The Black Knights dominated the Owls by 37 points for the largest margin of victory ever against the Owls. The Army squad came into the game with quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw throwing for only 116 yards on the season. The Black Knights stuck to the running game script, with Bradshaw attempting only two passes with zero yards and an interception -- the third game he has finished with zero passing yards this season.
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Army posted 21 straight points to break a halftime tie and pull away for a win over UTEP. The victory snapped a two-game slide for Army and dropped UTEP to 0-5 on the season. The 35 points scored were the most the Black Knights have tallied against a Football Bowl Subdivision team this season.
Player of the game
Army running back Andy Davidson rushed 14 times for a team-high 100 yards and one touchdown.
The following is a summary of the Army/Tulane game from NCAA.com. We had a good little crowd on Saturday and some pictures were taken. Click on the Picture below for more pictures.
The Tulane Green Wave (2-2) got back to .500 by grinding out a dramatic win at home against Army (2-2). Dontrell Hilliard scored a 75-yard touchdown on the game’s first play to give Tulane a quick lead. Army took a late 17-14 lead, but a 3-yard score by quarterback Jonathan Banks with 23 seconds remaining propelled Tulane to victory.
Change the World by Making Your Bed - by Admiral William McRaven
Freshman Harrison Greenhill was congratulated by Army coach Jeff Monken after Army defeated Fordham in a 64-6 victory. Harrison Greenhill graduated from Lake Highland last year and was named "Outstanding Defensive Finisher" in Coach Monken's tweet.
A number of us were there at Gator's for the season opener against Fordham to cheer the team on. Marc Angle was kind enough to tip us off on this tweet.
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