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Topic - Trent Steelman
Navy wide receiver Brandon Turner pleaded in the second half to somehow get him the ball.
Army quarterback Trent Steelman was destined to be a star. His dad knew it nearly two decades ago.
There's nothing in sports quite like an Army-Navy football game. The color and pageantry, emotion and ebullience, are marvelous to behold. And when the nation's two highest elected officials are in attendance, as President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden were Saturday at FedEx Field, we are reminded anew just how important and unique is this 111-year-old sporting spectacle. The problem, you see, is that they insist on playing a 1925 football game as part of it.
Navy couldn't win back the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy. It couldn't reach a ninth straight bowl game.
Navy defensive end Jabaree Tuani's impression of his team's rivalry with Army was solidified on his first snap against the Black Knights in 2008.
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.
The Midshipmen had already lost the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy. They weren't about to lose to Army, too.
Tim Jefferson scored twice and hit Jonathan Warzeka on touchdown passes of 53 and 63 yards, and Jordan Waiwaiole returned a fumble 63 yards for another score as Air Force beat Army 42-22 on Saturday to win the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy for the 17th time.
Army is off to its best start in 14 years, and the Black Knights are brimming with newfound pride.
Rich Ellerson's first season at Army was successful in several ways. The Cadets won five games and were more competitive than they had been in years.
"When I have any opportunity to put a football in my hand, no matter the outcome, I'm happy," Steelman said.
"It'd be the perfect ending," Steelman said, "to a season where we've seen so many ups and downs."