No need to excerpt because these are all definite must-reads.
Rivals has a recap of the spring game - lots of notables there.
Scout also has a recap up, but it seemed to me like they just didn't do their homework on Army prior to the spring.
I have no idea what that's all about. I mean they could have at least cribbed the notes from ESPN prior to the spring. Oh well.
Even without defensive stalwarts linebacker Steven Anderson (knee reconstruction) and defensive end Josh McNary (too good and not in need of practice?), Army's first-string defense looked like it can once again be counted on to carry the team if necessary.
GoArmySports.com has their own recap of the spring game.
Army Pointer View has a recap of the game posted.. a rare football post for them, nice to see.
Before Sal got to his spring game recap he noted some new possibilities with Army's defense.
Army isn’t tossing away the principles of its double-eagle flex defense.
But it may have a little different look in 2010. Army could have just three down defensive linemen and two standing linebackers real close to the line. I’m probably sure I’ve seen look with just two defensive lineman this spring.
Over at Varsity 845U there are a couple of post spring quotes and notes, because Sal Interdonato is a stud.
As pissed off as I am that CBS College Sports insists on playing the same college basketball show over and over with no consideration of a Black/Gold highlight or interview show. CBSCS did pledge to air all 5 of Army's home games live so the news isn't all bad. Sal notes that all five home games will be noontime starts, so schedule those dates in for the fall, I don't think I need to remind anyone that 2010 tickets are on sale.