Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Army Player a "huge GT fan"

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Underrated Warrior
Senior DE Will Sullivan has quietly authored a stellar career during his tenure in the "Black, Gold and Gray." A two-year starter, Sullivan registered 45 tackles and led the Black Knights with three quarterback sacks and 13 tackles for loss a year ago. Sullivan is in the midst of another highly productive campaign, recording 44 tackles, including 10 for loss, two quarterback sacks and two interceptions. He registered perhaps his finest career showing against USF, finishing with a career-best 10 tackles, including three for loss, one quarterback sack and one fumble recovery to help lead Army's 42-35 defeat of the Bulls. Sullivan stands in second place on Army's career sacks list with 8.5, three shy of the Academy standard. He also ranks tied for fourth on the Black Knights' career tackles for loss list with 28. A native of Atlanta, Ga., Sullivan grew up a huge fan of Georgia Tech and its then-head coach Bobby Ross.