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56 Days until the start of College Football Season. Army averaged 56.0 points per game in 1944, the most in a single season in FBS history.

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Issues continue to plague college football programs (5:57)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Army announces defensive coordinator Jay Bateman and former assistant Ray McCartney accepted leaked information from former Wake Forest broadcaster Tommy Ellis.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Army confirms the role of current defensive coordinator Jay Bateman and former assistant Ray McCartney in Wake Forest leaks scandal.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

SOURCE: Colorado has hired Army cornerbacks coach ShaDon Brown as its new defensive backs coach. The Buffaloes announced Friday that safeties coach Joe Tumpkin had resigned.

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

Here's the view from my corner in the press box.

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

Already lined up at the swag tents at the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl. Notice how the Ohio State fans congregated on the left, Clemson on the right. That's how the merchandise is displayed in the tent.

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Group of 5 schools considering own playoff

A growing number of Group of 5 officials are in favor of adding a playoff specifically for the Group of 5 schools because it's been 32 years since a non-Power 5 team won a national championship.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Wake Forest beats Temple 34-26 in the Military Bowl. The ViewFromVegas is the 'dogs keep barking in bowls as Wake Forest did it as a 10.5-point underdog and +340 on the money line. Earlier, Army beat North Texas 38-31 in overtime but did NOT cover as a 10.5-point favorites. Underdogs are now 14-5 ATS (73.7 percent) so far in bowls. Both games today have gone over the betting totals and unders now lead by only 10-9 after dominating earlier (unders started 7-0 but are 3-9 since then).

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Army takes Heart of Dallas Bowl over North Texas in OT (1:33)
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Army coach speaks after bowl Win

Army head coach Jeff Monken on his team's journey to get to the Heart of Texas Bowl. Army won, 38-31 in OT, over North Texas.

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Breaking down Army's win in OT vs North Texas to claim the Heart of Texas Bowl (1:54)

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Army improves to 8-5. The victory gives the Black Knights their most wins since 1996 when they went 10-2.

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Army head coach Jeff Monken discusses difficult journey to get to the Heart of Texas Bowl (1:32)
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Army hoists the Heart of Texas Bowl (0:25)
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Army gets the win in Big D

Jordan Asberry's 3-yard TD run on fourth-and-goal in overtime gave Army a 38-31 victory over North Texas in the Heart of Dallas Bowl on ESPN.

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Army wins on go-ahead TD in overtime

Army took a 38-31 lead on Jordan Asberry's 3-yard TD run on fourth down. North Texas failed to score and the Black Knights held on to win in the Heart of Dallas Bowl

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Army scores go-ahead TD on fourth-and-goal (0:33)

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