Turnovers haunt Army in loss to Stony Brook

A disappointing start to the 2012 season got even worse for Army on Saturday as Stony Brook senior running back Miguel Maysonet rushed for 220 yards in a one-sided 23-3 Seawolves win at Michie Stadium in West Point. Army, which continues to fumble the ball as they did in 2011, killed some of its own redzone drives with turnovers and fell to 0-4. …

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Army loses a close one to NIU

Army bounced back from a forgettable season opener in San Diego, scoring 40 points and giving a good Northern Illinois team a run for its money on Saturday at West Point. But, the Black Knights failed to stop some big-money plays by the Huskies, both on the ground (Jordan Lynch’s 80-something yard run was a killer) and in the air, …

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9/11 Memorial lights from Hoboken

I tried to shoot the annual “Tribute in Light” Sept. 11th memorial tonight after work from the Hoboken train station in Hoboken, N.J. The station is right on the Hudson and provides a really nice view of lower Manhattan’s skyline. In these images you can see the light beams alongside the Freedom Tower, which is currently under construction.

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After loss, Army looks at home opener

Army’s season-opening 42-7 loss at San Diego was a disaster, made even scarier when head coach Rich Ellerson repeatedly said he was “stunned” by the lack of execution he saw. “I am stunned,” he said. “I didn’t anticipate or couldn’t visualize us playing like that. I don’t want to take anything away from San Diego State. It’s a good football team and …

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