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Topic - Alexander Teich
It's not a mirage. Navy's fullbacks really are getting smaller.
Navy didn't produce a flawless season.
Navy couldn't win back the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy. It couldn't reach a ninth straight bowl game.
To be completely honest, I never really understood the big deal about Army-Navy. I got the fact that it's an incredibly intense rivalry. I saw that they've knocked heads since 1890. And the sight of stadium sections packed with soldiers and sailors in dress grays and blues has impressed me as much as anyone. But it's not big-time college football. The teams aren't as good as the ones on TV every week. And virtually none of the players is well known or headed to the NFL.
Alexander Teich received one of the greatest honors of his life one day in early October. The Navy offensive captain's hopes of receiving a special warfare service assignment — more commonly known as a Navy SEAL — were fulfilled.
If it's 6 a.m., it means Kriss Proctor is visiting the training room for treatment.
It wasn't a pleasant memory, but Navy fullback Alexander Teich discussed it anyway Monday. After all, Teich won't soon forget when coach Ken Niumatalolo informed him he would be suspended for a game.
Senior fullback Alexander Teich is unlikely to play in Saturday's game against Southern Mississippi as part of a team disciplinary matter, coach Ken Niumatalolo said Wednesday.
Navy endured a year of misery after losing to Air Force last season.
With so many new starters, there were bound to be some nerves displayed in Navy's football season opener.
"The game we lost last year was one of the toughest losses I have ever had to experience," said senior fullback Alexander Teich, one of Navy's two co-captains. "From the standpoint of the brotherhood, we failed them. This year it will fuel the fire."
"Kriss is Cali swag - a little bit laid-back, but he's got a lot of fire in him," fullback Alexander Teich said.