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Tuesday Morning Links (9.29.09)

The Birddog blog breaks down the win over Western Kentucky. The Denver Post has an interesting read on Jeffrey Sapp, an all-American defensive lineman for Navy in the 1970s who went on to become the commanding officer of the warship destroyer USS Ingersoll.

Air Force — which opened the season against division I-AA Nicholls State, Minnesota, New Mexico and San Diego State — faces a tough schedule the rest of the season, and Saturday's game against Navy is "arguably the most important game to date in Coach Troy Calhoun's three-year tenure," according to the Colorado Springs Gazette. Success is changing Calhoun for the worse, according to Gazette columnist David Ramsey.

The Poinsettia Bowl extended its agreement with the Mountain West Conference through the 2010-2013 bowl games. The bowl, which is played in San Diego, will receive the second pick among MWC teams. Navy has committed to the Poinsettia Bowl in 2010, should it win the requisite number of games.

By Camille Powell  |  September 29, 2009; 9:23 AM ET
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