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Air Force Academy's Robinette tries to keep focus as cadet with NFL Draft on horizon

Jalen Robinette, who in two weeks could become the highest NFL Draft selection from a service academy in the Super Bowl era, remains very much immersed in the cadet lifestyle - difficult as that may be with the clock winding toward the finish.

Marine who lost leg in Afghanistan ran Boston Marathon carrying American flag

Retired U.S. Marine Jose Luis Sanchez waved the flag, which had been signed by fellow Marines, most of the 26.2 miles. In 2011, Sanchez lost the lower part of his leg when he stepped on an IED in Afghanistan.

Air Force assistant Nick Toth brings close ties to program, football coaching staff

Air Force brought Nick Toth aboard as an "assistant coach," not assigning him a specific spot just yet. He replaces Maj. Dylan Newman, who served as the senior military representative and a defensive assistant before moving on to a new military assignment.

Navy's Bonner, Palmore lead by example on football field

Darryl Bonner and D.J. Palmore were voted co-captains of the Navy football team in late January, and both rising seniors have already shown during winter workouts and spring practice that they take the job very seriously.

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Navy men's lacrosse rallies past No. 6 Army

Senior defenseman Chris Fennell had a huge game for Navy (6-7, 4-4), which clinched a berth in the six-team Patriot League Tournament. Army (10-2, 6-1) suffered its first conference loss.

Starting quarterback struggles during Navy football scrimmage

Navy football scrimmaged for about an hour on Saturday morning and one clear conclusion was that Zach Abey still has a long way to go when it comes to taking command of the triple-option offense.

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