According to a few sources, junior QB Max Jenkins looks to be in line to win the backup spot to Trent Steelman this fall.
The AP takes a look at Army’s chances in 2010 behind coach Rich Ellerson.
WEST POINT — Army was again without it’s top offensive threat in Saturday morning’s practice, but no one, including Trent Steelman, seemed too worried.
There are some great little tidbits in the 2010 Army football media guide (not to mention dozens of my photos) about some of the players that I’ve been meaning to highlight.
There has been a lot of chatter and optimism coming from preseason camp on post. Everything at this point is focused on Sept. 4th’s opener in Ypsilanti, Mich., where Army will take on one of the worst teams in college football, Eastern Michigan, a squad that allowed 27 points to West Point in the first of 12 consecutive losses last year.
West Point announced on Monday that the football team will be wearing new uniforms for 2010, replacing the “throwback” Bobby Ross-designed 1940s-style they wore from 2004-’09.
Here’s a few more bonus photos from the morning at Michie Stadium in West Point, focusing on some of the key player’s for the cadets’ upcoming season
A recap of media day at West Point, including some photos of key players for Army in 2010.
Army will be without Jameson Carter in 2010, with several players already in place to take his job beginning tomorrow when practice begins.