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The heading above is stated with tongue firmly planted in cheek. It pains me to even put the words together for this article, simply because of the vast respect I have for the military academies, their players and coaches. Nor should it come as a surprise that any school would reasonably have to postpone or cancel a game due to COVID related matters. So much so, he intimated that Air Force may not necessarily be cancelling the game because of the virus, but because of injuries see sports write up for more and a lack of desire.
Jeff Monken with some strong words about the Air Force game postponement on ArmyFootball weekly radio show pic.
As part of his rant, the Army coach also proclaimed they were willing to and suggested traveling to Colorado Springs to play the game, essentially by any means possible. I have no issue with feeling disappointment over this game not being played. That is absurd. Furthermore, for a program like Air Force, which has dominated the this matchup historically by winning 37 of 54 matchups Monken is vs.
This is the same Air Force team, after all, that played a very good Boise State football program just one week ago, having already absorbed massive taxes on their depth chart. Monken takes on a very Kelly Youngblood-esque persona with his rant, but without the reason or substance behind it. In fact, I completely understand why there is so much frustration around matters like this at the Academy in Colorado Springs. Air Force is culpable for being thin all over the depth chart for a multitude of reasons, but to question the desire of this team to play in a game that could secure their most coveted prize borders on lunacy.
I get that Monken and the Army contingent are frustrated. Jeff Monken is better than that. He knows everything that goes into preparing cadets at a military academy under normal circumstances, much less in And for that reason, his commentary is below board. Well below. Joe Lunardi reveals first bracketology projection of the offseason, includes two MW squ Never to early for some …. More Mountain West Wire.
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Here’s what Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun said this week ahead of the Navy game