There is a grapevine in the ranks of all the services. The men make it their business to find out who their officers are. There is a special respect for those who would carry the ball on a football field, throw a wicked block, or make a dead-stop tackle.
-- Slade Cutter
Interestingly Roderic Blunt is the son of Rodney Blunt. Rodney played at Clemson and led Pensacola Pine Forest to the mythical HS national championship in 1987 or so. I saw his dad play when I was flight instructor at VT 86. His dad was low keyed and ran tough yards play after play. But his kid sure acted poorly today.
Mike. I. am USNA ’50, an old timer who happened on your website a few months ago and admire your style and knowledge of football. I must admit I don’t understand half of it, since I was not player at USNA. I gather you are class of 1999, or thereabouts. Were you a player, coach, or just a real student of the game? In any event, keep up the good work. I thoroughly enjoy reading your comments.