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The list of people named as supporters of proposals in a nine-page memo sent to the committee that will meet later this month in Chicago to consider updates to the Uniform Athlete Agents Act:
Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk says he is providing more information to the Defense Department that shows the academy will not use government funds to play at Duke on Saturday. He said, "No one has told us we can't play."
The service academy football teams are preparing to play this weekend's games amid some uncertainty because of the partial government shutdown.
On a beautiful fall day, the parking lot at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium was filled with fans and tailgate parties. A record crowd of 38,225 showed up Saturday for the football game between Navy and Air Force.
Football is on at Navy this weekend, although all other varsity and club sports are suspended because of the government shutdown.
Football is on for Army, Navy and Air Force this weekend although some other service academy sports are still suspended because of the government shutdown.
U.S. military academy football teams will play this weekend, despite the government shutdown.
The service academy football teams prepared Wednesday for games that might not be played, while military and school officials considered ways to avoid postponements caused by the partial government shutdown.
The Big East will hold a teleconference with Navy officials on Tuesday to announce the service academy is planning to join the league.
Navy accepted an invitation to play football in the Big East, starting in 2015.
Navy is headed to the Big East, giving up more than 130 years of football independence to join a conference that is in the middle of a massive overhaul.
The Big East is ready to start adding members after spending the last month and a half losing them.
In an attempt to rebound from four defections, Big East presidents voted Tuesday to invite specific football-only and all-sport schools to join the conference.
The Big East wants to expand to 12 football teams "the sooner the better."
The Big East wants to expand to 12 football teams and "the sooner the better."
But Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk said earlier this week he was still providing information to Pentagon officials that showed no government funds would be used for Navy to play its game at Duke, and that the school would be breaking a contract by not playing the game.