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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | November 7, 1997
Mom charts the plays and takes notes as dad, the college coach, and his son, the high school quarterback, break down still another game film.It's just another night at the Weatherbies, where HBO takes a back seat to football videos.Broadneck senior quarterback Jonas Weatherbie knows he is fortunate to have more than normal support from his parents.His dad is Charlie Weatherbie, Navy's third-year coach, and his mom, Leann, makes football family fun in their Annapolis home."My wife is the scribe as Jonas and I talk through each play," said Charlie Weatherbie after putting his son through some drills downstairs.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2011
As a senior in high school outside Pittsburgh, Ed Malinowski was the quarterback on an undefeated team. His parents were both English teachers. So when he entered the Naval Academy during his plebe summer in 1998, he wasn't thinking much beyond playing football and getting an English degree. Like a popular Navy recruiting ad once said, Malinowski figured his post-graduation military commitment was going to be spent seeing the world. When Bryce McDonald entered the academy the following year, his mission seemed clear.
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By Kent Baker | August 30, 2001
Coach: Charlie Weatherbie (seventh season) Last year: 1-10 Conference: Independent Radio: WJFK (1300 AM), WNAV (1430 AM), WMAL (630 AM) Stadium (capacity): Navy-Marine Corps Memorial (30,000) Offense: Multiple (flexbone, option), Defense: 4-3 Top returning players: QB Ed Malinowski, QB Brian Madden, FB Raheem Lambert, C Brian Schulz, LB Jake Bowen, LB Ryan Hamilton, DE Michael Wagoner Top newcomers: WR Marshaun Minter, RB Tony Lane, CB David Bush, WR Mike McIlravy, OG Travis Peace Strengths: When Madden returns from a suspension, Navy will have three experienced quarterbacks to run the new flexbone offense.
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December 17, 2009
Cincinnati went right back to Central Michigan for its next coach. Butch Jones was hired on Wednesday to replace Brian Kelly , who came from Central Michigan three years ago and led the Bearcats to national prominence before leaving for Notre Dame last week. CMU named assistant Steve Stripling as interim head coach. •Louisiana-Monroe hired Todd Berry as its coach. Berry, a former head coach at Army, was the school's offensive coordinator in 2004-05 under Charlie Weatherbie , who was fired.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | October 29, 2001
The Naval Academy yesterday fired football coach Charlie Weatherbie one day after the team suffered its 17th defeat in the past 18 games. Defensive coordinator Rick Lantz was named the interim head coach with three games remaining in the season. The dismissal was considered inevitable after the season began with Navy straining through its second consecutive poor autumn, currently with an 0-7 record after Saturday's heartbreaking 21-20 defeat at Toledo. Since successive winning seasons in 1996 (9-3, including an Aloha Bowl victory over California)
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December 17, 2009
Cincinnati went right back to Central Michigan for its next coach. Butch Jones was hired on Wednesday to replace Brian Kelly , who came from Central Michigan three years ago and led the Bearcats to national prominence before leaving for Notre Dame last week. CMU named assistant Steve Stripling as interim head coach. •Louisiana-Monroe hired Todd Berry as its coach. Berry, a former head coach at Army, was the school's offensive coordinator in 2004-05 under Charlie Weatherbie , who was fired.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | December 5, 2000
Navy's football coaching staff underwent a shake-up yesterday less than 48 hours after the team ended its season with a 30-28 victory over archrival Army in Baltimore. In the wake of a 1-10 record, offensive coordinator Mike Vaught, offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator Gene McKeehan, and secondary coach Charles McMillian were fired; defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter was demoted to a lesser position with the defense. Head coach Charlie Weatherbie - who has served four years of a 10-year contract signed after the team's 1996 bowl season - remains in charge.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | August 12, 1996
Navy blue and gold courses through the veins of Tom Vanderhorst.The son of a Vietnam Navy pilot and grandson of a World War II sailor, Vanderhorst never considered going to college anywhere but the Naval Academy."
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2011
As a senior in high school outside Pittsburgh, Ed Malinowski was the quarterback on an undefeated team. His parents were both English teachers. So when he entered the Naval Academy during his plebe summer in 1998, he wasn't thinking much beyond playing football and getting an English degree. Like a popular Navy recruiting ad once said, Malinowski figured his post-graduation military commitment was going to be spent seeing the world. When Bryce McDonald entered the academy the following year, his mission seemed clear.
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October 2, 1995
Navy (2-2)Last game: The Midshipmen, 14-point underdogs, upset Duke, 30-9, in Durham, N.C., rolling up 377 yards rushing, including 144 by quarterback Chris McCoy and 67 by fullback Omar Nelson. Navy's ball-control offense and solid defense held Duke to negative-1 yard rushing on 24 carries through three quarters.What's ahead: Virginia Tech (2-2) of the Big East comes to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. The Hokies defeated Pittsburgh, 26-16, Saturday afternoon.Injuries: WR Shaun Stephenson (knee)
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | October 29, 2001
The Naval Academy yesterday fired football coach Charlie Weatherbie one day after the team suffered its 17th defeat in the past 18 games. Defensive coordinator Rick Lantz was named the interim head coach with three games remaining in the season. The dismissal was considered inevitable after the season began with Navy straining through its second consecutive poor autumn, currently with an 0-7 record after Saturday's heartbreaking 21-20 defeat at Toledo. Since successive winning seasons in 1996 (9-3, including an Aloha Bowl victory over California)
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By Kent Baker | August 30, 2001
Coach: Charlie Weatherbie (seventh season) Last year: 1-10 Conference: Independent Radio: WJFK (1300 AM), WNAV (1430 AM), WMAL (630 AM) Stadium (capacity): Navy-Marine Corps Memorial (30,000) Offense: Multiple (flexbone, option), Defense: 4-3 Top returning players: QB Ed Malinowski, QB Brian Madden, FB Raheem Lambert, C Brian Schulz, LB Jake Bowen, LB Ryan Hamilton, DE Michael Wagoner Top newcomers: WR Marshaun Minter, RB Tony Lane, CB David Bush, WR Mike McIlravy, OG Travis Peace Strengths: When Madden returns from a suspension, Navy will have three experienced quarterbacks to run the new flexbone offense.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | December 5, 2000
Navy's football coaching staff underwent a shake-up yesterday less than 48 hours after the team ended its season with a 30-28 victory over archrival Army in Baltimore. In the wake of a 1-10 record, offensive coordinator Mike Vaught, offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator Gene McKeehan, and secondary coach Charles McMillian were fired; defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter was demoted to a lesser position with the defense. Head coach Charlie Weatherbie - who has served four years of a 10-year contract signed after the team's 1996 bowl season - remains in charge.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | November 7, 1997
Mom charts the plays and takes notes as dad, the college coach, and his son, the high school quarterback, break down still another game film.It's just another night at the Weatherbies, where HBO takes a back seat to football videos.Broadneck senior quarterback Jonas Weatherbie knows he is fortunate to have more than normal support from his parents.His dad is Charlie Weatherbie, Navy's third-year coach, and his mom, Leann, makes football family fun in their Annapolis home."My wife is the scribe as Jonas and I talk through each play," said Charlie Weatherbie after putting his son through some drills downstairs.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | August 12, 1996
Navy blue and gold courses through the veins of Tom Vanderhorst.The son of a Vietnam Navy pilot and grandson of a World War II sailor, Vanderhorst never considered going to college anywhere but the Naval Academy."
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