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WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) -Army football coach Stan Brock has been fired.
Army athletic director Kevin Anderson notified Brock of the decision on Friday, six days after the Black Knights completed their season with a 34-0 loss to archrival Navy. Brock compiled a 6-18 record in two years as coach.
Army, which finished 3-9 in each of Brock's seasons, has not had a winning record since 1996.
Brock, a former NFL offensive lineman, served as Army's offensive line coach for three years before replacing Bobby Ross in early 2007. He had no previous Division I college coaching experience.

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