Army Spends First Full Day In Hawai'i

Superintendent Robert Caslen addressed the team before its Thanksgiving meal in Hawai'i Thursday.

Superintendent Robert Caslen addressed the team before its Thanksgiving meal in Hawai'i Thursday.

Nov. 28, 2013

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HONOLULU, Hawai'i -- The Army football spent its first full day in the Aloha State preparing for Saturday night's game versus the Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors. After breakfast, the team moved to Campbell High School for a one-hour workout. The team then returned to the hotel for a Thanksgiving meal.

After some free time later this afternoon, the team will reconvene for unit meetings and treatment. Following a team dinner, there will be one more round of meetings before heading back to bed.

Friday's schedule consists of a morning workout at Aloha Stadium and a trip to the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. Check back to www.goARMYsports.com for photos of Friday's activities.

The Black Knights and Rainbow Warriors are set for an 11 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. HT, kickoff. The game can be seen on local Hawaiian cable. The Mountain West is providing a free live stream at http://www.themw.com/#1/watch-live.

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