Found December 08, 2012 on
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In one of the more heartbreaking games in college football this season, Navy continued their shear domination of Army with a 17-13 victory for the team's eleventh consecutive victory. Army was driving late in the game with less than two minutes to play and had a chance to take the lead. Sadly, Army quarterback Trent Steelman had an issue with a handoff in the red zone and fumbled the ball over to Navy. Here are just some of the sad shots of Trent Steelman reacting to his mistake: Keep you head up Trent, USA USA USA! (Images courtesy of @WorldOfIsaac and @MichaelDavidSmith)
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Rather than just have their logo on their ball as they normally would, Navy stepped it up a notch. This is one of the cooler things that I’ve seen done; and I think they should do this for more of their football games. Hopefully this doesn’t mean that foreign enemies can now crack our naval code though.Check out the ball we made for @navyathletics and @navyequipment for the...
Ohio State and Michigan, Auburn and Alabama, Oklahoma and Texas, USC and Notre Dame. These are some of the biggest rivalries in all of college football, but none of them involve men that are also members of our US Military. Men that play with honor and respect, and students with the same acumen. Okay, so [...]
Enough is enough. Eleven straight losses to the Mids is far too many. Now with Trent Steelman soon graduating and Navy with a young stud quarterback in Keenan Reynolds, it looks like it might be a long, long time before the Black Knights beat Navy again. Here are two things Army could do to help end the terrible losing streak to Navy