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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Malcolm Brown
Eric LeGrand makes this face sometimes. He scrunches up his nose and mouth, wiggles them a bit, stretches them from side to side.
Rich Ellerson isn't one to dwell on good fortune.
The Midshipmen had already lost the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy. They weren't about to lose to Army, too.
AP's Top 100 Recruits
Central Region 25
Coach Jim Streety has no doubt why his team was tabbed to open the season on national television.
In a few years, many of the players on the inaugural Associated Press list of the 25 best high school football players across the Midwest and Southwest may bear a strong resemblance to the starting lineup for the Texas Longhorns.
Name: Malcolm Brown