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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Rich Ellerson
Intent on ending its long losing streak against its archrival, Army hired former Navy assistant Jeff Monken as its football coach.
It's the biggest game of his college career — against archrival Navy — and the Army running back will have to watch from the sidelines on Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field in his hometown of Philadelphia, wondering what might have been.
Nine games into the season, Army coach Rich Ellerson is certain about two things.
Army finally showed up in body as well as in spirit for Saturday's annual extravaganza against Navy, and the Black Knights' 27-21 defeat at FedEx Field could have been considered a moral victory after nine consecutive double-digit losses in the series. But we all know what moral victories are worth, so football remains a nasty word on the Plain of West Point. Or should be anyway.
Life at the U.S. Military Academy couldn't have been much better for linebacker Andrew Rodriguez as a sophomore in 2009.
Army coach Rich Ellerson has the triple option purring. The passing game? Running on empty.
Two games into his third season at Army, coach Rich Ellerson certainly isn't where he wanted to be _ winless.
Army coach Rich Ellerson is between a rock and a had place _ his Black Knights are 0-1 and now have to face a San Diego State team that seems to thrive in stopping the Wishbone.
Rich Ellerson isn't one to dwell on good fortune.
June Jones and Rich Ellerson have another chapter to write in their long friendship.
Army coach Rich Ellerson, who this season will guide the Black Knights to their first bowl game in 14 years, has been given a two-year contract extension.
Army is headed to its first bowl game in 14 years.
Army is off to its best start in 14 years, and the Black Knights are brimming with newfound pride.
"We've had so many guys who have played so much football for us who have had to miss games for one reason or another," Ellerson said.
"It's obviously been very frustrating," Army head coach Rich Ellerson said. "It's heartbreaking for him because we thought he was going to be able to make a run at it late in the season, but it hasn't happened."