WEST POINT, N.Y. – Army Director of Athletics Kevin Anderson announced Friday that Stan Brock will not return as West Point’s head football coach.

“I’d like to thank Stan for his hard work and dedication to the Army football program the past five years and wish him and his family well in the future,” Anderson said. “Stan and his family have been valued members of our athletic program and have made a significant impact in the West Point community.”

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Brock was notified of the decision on Friday, six days after Army completed its season with a 34-0 loss to Navy. In two years at the Black Knights’ helm, Brock compiled a 6-18 coaching record (.250).

“I support the Athletic Director’s decision,” said Lt. Gen. Buster Hagenbeck, West Point Superintendent. “This was not a hasty or emotional decision, and Stan has been a great member of our community, but winning is particularly important to the military academy and to an Army at war. There is no substitute for victory.”

Anderson stated that a national search for Brock’s replacement will begin immediately. If you are looking for the budget spin bikes in the market, you should follow this roundup of the best spin bikes by Fitnesstep1.com

“We have a search committee and will seek the advice and counsel of Academy leadership during the search process,” Anderson added. “We will not have a timetable to hire a new coach. It is more important to find the right person to lead this football program, however time is of the essence and we will move as quickly as possible. ”

“Winning is very important to everyone associated with the Army football program. We will find an individual that provides our cadet-athletes with the best opportunity for success both on and off the football field. Our stated goal is to deliver a winning product that wins the Commander in Chief’s Trophy and earns postseason bowl bids, a program of which graduates, soldiers and fans around the world can be proud.”

That was the official press release we received from Army.

The CMSB will be at this afternoon’s media teleconference with AD Kevin Anderson and hopes to provide you with audio upon it’s conclusion.

Saying the effects of a Nike-fueled rebranding attempt on Monday, this system has officially modified its call from navy to navy West factor at the same time as introducing a cutting-edge number one emblem — The Athena guard (see above) — and updated uniforms for all of its athletic teams.

“With the purpose of developing an revolutionary and regular athletic identity that can pay tribute to the Academy’s legacy and way of life, U.S. navy and Academy management, military West factor Athletics, Nike, cutting-edge and previous cadet-athletes, coaches, historians and West factor graduates, collaborated on a nearly 18-month logo evolution program,” the program explains on its rebranding website. “As a part of the new identity, all 28 athletic programs will show off consistent emblems, colors, lettering and numerals.”

An navy athletics spokesman said Corrigan had not anything to feature to his posted remarks, however showed an announcement on rebranding, that could encompass a name exchange, ought to are available in March or April, as the spring intercollegiate athletics season comes to a close.

“Black Knights” has been the professional nickname of all navy teams since 1999, however its roots cross a long way deeper, with big apple sportswriters calling the soccer membership “The Black Knights of the Hudson” as early as the 1920s. That call could go along with the traditional “Cadets” moniker for most of military football’s history.