Black Knights Weekly Set To Return
Heath Trabue

Heath Trabue

Aug. 30, 2012

WEST POINT, N.Y. - Black Knight fans looking for even more insight into some of their favorite Army teams will be pleased to hear that Black Knights Weekly, a wide-ranging magazine-type show, will air every week on Knight Vision beginning Friday (Aug. 31).

The show, which is expected to run between 12-15 minutes in length, will originate each Friday from a unique location on the grounds of the United States Military Academy. An interview with an Army head coach, dubbed "Coaches Corner," a video feature on a cadet-athlete and the Weekend Preview will be staples of every show.

Two brand new segments, entitled "Teammate Trivia" and "Knight School," will rotate on a weekly basis. Teammate Trivia is a game that mirrors The Newlywed Game and will feature two Army teammates answering questions about each other. Knight School, meanwhile, will revolve around a cadet-athlete teaching the online viewers how to perform a specific skill, such as kicking a field goal or laying down a bunt.

Army Coordinator of Multi-Media and Broadcasting Heath Trabue, who is in his first year at West Point, will host and produce the show on a weekly basis.

This week's episode will feature Army golf head coach Brian Watts in the Coaches Corner interview. It will also include an in-depth feature on volleyball senior Ariana Mankus, as well as Teammate Trivia with two members of the Black Knights' sprint football team.