How to get in the Army’s duck football recruiting class

It was a rare day at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, on Aug. 6, 2015, for Lt.Gen. Kenneth W. McKenzie, commander of the U.S. Army recruiting division.The Army's most-prominent recruit, McKenzie's son, Army Reserve Officer 3rd Class Andrew McKenzie, was the only active-duty member of his family to join the service.But the day before, the McKenzie family was in a different recruiting zone.McKenzie was...

How to get more players on the court with the Duck Football program

In its sixth season, the Duck football program has made the NCAA tournament four times and won a conference title each time.However, as the program continues to grow, it has faced some challenges with recruitment and a lack of players.This is a look at some of the recruiting tools that are used to attract the top players in the state of Georgia.A lot of people who follow Georgia football will...