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Army LB Kalvyn Crummie to transfer

Army linebacker Kalvyn Crummie, one of the heroes of last year’s Army-Navy game, announced Monday that he is entering the transfer portal.

Crummie, a 2022 opening-game starter, worked his way back from injury to play in three games for the Black Knights this season.

“Grateful for the memories, looking forward to new challenges ahead,” Crummie wrote in his post. He said that he will have three years of eligibility left and will officially enter the transfer portal on Dec. 4

Crummie will never forget Army’s goal-line stand in a double-overtime win over Navy one year ago. It was Crummie, who made the hit on Navy’s Anton Hall, forcing a fumble on 3rd-and-goal.

The photo of Crummie pointing Army’s ball after Darius Richardson’s recovery is one of the recent lasting images of the service-academy rivalry.

Crummie started five games and played in all 12 games as a sophomore last season. He finished with 28 tackles. Crummie played special teams against Boston College and Troy and saw action on defense at LSU this season.



  1. Peter Vergados

    November 29, 2023 at 9:18 PM

    Doesn’t he owe the US for his education up till now

  2. Russ Hoffman

    November 29, 2023 at 9:56 PM

    He should have to either pay back the year he attended West Point, serve three years reserve time, or both. We the taxpayer us paying for a cadet to attend. We need a “return on investment”

  3. Ken rathbun

    December 1, 2023 at 11:51 AM

    What happened to Crummie’s military commitment? Are football players now somehow exempt?

  4. Mark

    December 5, 2023 at 10:54 PM

    How can a cow/ junior leave via the portal?

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