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U.S. team player and captain Tiger Woods, left, celebrates with vice captain Fred Couples after Woods won his singles match during the President's Cup golf tournament at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Sunday, Dec. 15, 2019.
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Tiger Woods and US team rally to win Presidents Cup again

The scoreboard was filled with American scores all day as they rallied from a two-point deficit to win the Presidents Cup for the eighth straight time.

Harris scores 31 to lead Nevada over Air Force 100-85

Lavelle Scottie scored a season-high 23 points and had eight rebounds for the Falcons (4-6, 1-1).

Jackson leads four in double figures; Long Island downs Army

Alex King had 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Black Knights (4-4). Matt Wilson added 14 points and nine rebounds.


Navy edges Marist 53-51 in overtime behind Wieck

Tyler Nelson's 3-pointer with 87 seconds left in overtime gave Navy (5-4) a 50-49 lead it would never give up.


Army drops football team's 'GFBD' slogan because of link to white supremacy groups

An abbreviation for the phrase, "God forgives, brothers don't," the letters GFBD have appeared for several years on a rally flag carried into games by the Black Knights.

Carter Jr. scores 26 points, carries Navy past Brown 76-56

Cam Davis added 24 points for the Midshipmen (4-3).


Air Force downs Wyoming 20-6 behind Hammond

The win was the 400th in the history of the Air Force Academy, which is 400-329-13 in 64 seasons.


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COLUMN

How come Navy's Malcolm Perry is not in consideration for the Heisman Trophy?

At no point this season has Navy's Malcolm Perry received serious consideration for the Heisman Trophy, and that’s a darn shame. It reflects a bias on the part of the national media against players from the so-called Group of Five conferences.


PERSPECTIVE

As Missouri's football search continues, could a service academy coach thrive in the SEC?

From a football sense, can coaching success at West Point or the Naval Academy or Air Force translate at a Power Five program like Missouri? MU athletics director Jim Sterk figures to be asking that question this week.


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