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The scandal involving a former Wake Forest broadcaster giving opponents game-plan information has claimed another victim.

Army has fined defensive coordinator Jay Bateman $25,000 and suspended him for two weeks for his role in accepting information from former Demon Deacons broadcaster Tommy Elrod, the academy announced Tuesday.

“Our commitment is to foster a culture of excellence and winning in everything we do,” U.S. Military Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen, Jr., who headed the investigation into the scandal, said in a statement ( via FootballScoop.com ). “It does not mean that we win at all costs."

The scandal involving a former Wake Forest broadcaster giving opponents game-plan information has claimed another victim.

Army has fined defensive coordinator Jay Bateman $25,000 and suspended him for two weeks for his role in accepting information from former Demon Deacons broadcaster Tommy Elrod, the academy announced Tuesday.

“Our commitment is to foster a culture of excellence and winning in everything we do,” U.S. Military Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen, Jr., who headed the investigation into the scandal, said in a statement ( via FootballScoop.com ). “It does not mean that we win at all costs."

Bristol Rovers defender Tom Broadbent describes his remarkable journey from serving as a Lance Bombardier in Afghanistan to becoming a professional footballer.

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (NavySports.com) – The Navy football team will wear Under Armour Blue Angels uniforms for the 2017 Army-Navy Game presented by USAA on Dec. 9 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The game can be seen live on News 3 at 3:00pm.

“This tribute to the Blue Angels reflects the enthusiastic pride and appreciation we have for the Navy’s premier flying team and the motivation they convey to Navy football and the fleet at large,” said Naval Academy Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk. “The masterminds at Under Armour are always thinking of ways to inspire our troops while still reflecting a deep appreciation for a Naval history that is so ingrained in our game day traditions. Annually, a special Navy uniform has become a statement in this game and brings with it appreciated meaning and a clear message that we are all in.”

The annual Army-Navy Game is steeped in tradition and has been a source of competition and camaraderie since 1890. To commemorate this year’s matchup, and one of the most enduring rivalries in college football, Under Armour created specialty Navy football uniforms inspired by the Blue Angels.

The scandal involving a former Wake Forest broadcaster giving opponents game-plan information has claimed another victim.

Army has fined defensive coordinator Jay Bateman $25,000 and suspended him for two weeks for his role in accepting information from former Demon Deacons broadcaster Tommy Elrod, the academy announced Tuesday.

“Our commitment is to foster a culture of excellence and winning in everything we do,” U.S. Military Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen, Jr., who headed the investigation into the scandal, said in a statement ( via FootballScoop.com ). “It does not mean that we win at all costs."

Bristol Rovers defender Tom Broadbent describes his remarkable journey from serving as a Lance Bombardier in Afghanistan to becoming a professional footballer.

The scandal involving a former Wake Forest broadcaster giving opponents game-plan information has claimed another victim.

Army has fined defensive coordinator Jay Bateman $25,000 and suspended him for two weeks for his role in accepting information from former Demon Deacons broadcaster Tommy Elrod, the academy announced Tuesday.

“Our commitment is to foster a culture of excellence and winning in everything we do,” U.S. Military Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen, Jr., who headed the investigation into the scandal, said in a statement ( via FootballScoop.com ). “It does not mean that we win at all costs."

Bristol Rovers defender Tom Broadbent describes his remarkable journey from serving as a Lance Bombardier in Afghanistan to becoming a professional footballer.

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (NavySports.com) – The Navy football team will wear Under Armour Blue Angels uniforms for the 2017 Army-Navy Game presented by USAA on Dec. 9 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The game can be seen live on News 3 at 3:00pm.

“This tribute to the Blue Angels reflects the enthusiastic pride and appreciation we have for the Navy’s premier flying team and the motivation they convey to Navy football and the fleet at large,” said Naval Academy Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk. “The masterminds at Under Armour are always thinking of ways to inspire our troops while still reflecting a deep appreciation for a Naval history that is so ingrained in our game day traditions. Annually, a special Navy uniform has become a statement in this game and brings with it appreciated meaning and a clear message that we are all in.”

The annual Army-Navy Game is steeped in tradition and has been a source of competition and camaraderie since 1890. To commemorate this year’s matchup, and one of the most enduring rivalries in college football, Under Armour created specialty Navy football uniforms inspired by the Blue Angels.

Teams & Conferences · January 28, 2018 1:01 am · CollegeFootballNews.com


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