Back to work: a morning at Army football camp

College football in February? Yes. Sort of. Army has begun its annual spring football camp with a few workouts and scrimmages each week through the end of March. It’s an opportunity for head coach Rich Ellerson and his staff to gauge the talent and possibilities coming up for the 2012 season, and an opportunity for those with something to prove.

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Syracuse edges Army at the Dome

I got talked into driving to Syracuse this past Sunday, the hotspot of upstate New York in the middle of winter. Actually, the weather was pretty nice and the matchup of the day was even better: No. 6 Syracuse hosting Army in a college lacrosse showdown at the Carrier Dome. This was my first trip to the Dome (my mom …

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Cadets top Keydets

Although they aren’t quite the team that upset Syracuse a year ago, Army looked sharp last weekend at Michie Stadium, taking down rival VMI 14-8 on a cold but pleasantly overcast day at West Point. Here’s some of my images from the Black Knights’ win (click on each to view larger).

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Army sweeps Navy

A classic showdown on Saturday ended after two halves and a pair of thrilling overtimes as Army, for the first time since 1992, swept its season series with Navy, beating the Mids 69-63 at a sold-out Christl Arena in West Point. You couldn’t ask for a better setting (the game drew a record crowd of 5,189) or ending to this …

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Border War

Army hosted the Royal Military College last weekend, essentially Canada’s West Point equivalent. It was an exhibition game and Army dominated with a 9-1 win at a sold-out Tate Rink. Fun game to shoot, I used my 400mm f/2.8L lens for the first two periods and then switched to a 15mm fisheye for the final 20 minutes.

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