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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Army shows support for Eric LeGrand

Army coach Rich Ellerson never appreciated an off week so much.
"It was a good time to have a week off," Ellerson said as his Black Knights returned to practice for Saturday's game against VMI at Michie Stadium.
The Black Knights needed time off since their overtime loss to Rutgers at the New Meadowlands Stadium on Oct. 16, when Eric LeGrand was left paralyzed from the neck down after tackling Army's Malcolm Brown on a kickoff return.
At the start of the week, LeGrand, a junior defensive tackle for the Scarlet Knights, had not shown any sign of improvement. The outpouring of support for the 20-year-old LeGrand has been a positive that Rutgers coach Greg Schiano said cannot be measured. He's received messages of support from fellow Big East coaches and administrators and people nationwide.

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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Thayer 2010: The Honorable James A. Baker, III

10/8/2010 James A. Baker, III receives the 2010 Thayer Award; WPAOG Chairman Jody Glore '69 & Superintendent LTG David Huntoon '73On the afternoon of 7 October the Corps of Cadets honored the 2010 recipient of the West Point Sylvanus Thayer Award, former Secretary of the Treasury and former Secretary of State James A. Baker III with a brigade review on the Plain and a formal dinner in Washington Hall. Secretary Baker received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1991, and numerous other awards for his distinguished public service while serving under three presidents.

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